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.2% and approx. 5.5% of the total employed labour force ( PSDF, 2013 ). The economic growth in Pakistan is escalated by over 100,000 employees holding contractual and permanent jobs created by the construction industry ( Khan & Gul, 2017 ). Gradual growth in the construction businesses is achieved by massive investments in Pakistan from China–Pakistan Economic Corridor Project (CPEC) ( Gazder & Khan, 2018 ). As a result, Hawksbay, Karachi received approx. USD 60 billion in investments while another USD 43 billion went to Bin Qasim ( Gazder & Khan, 2018 ). Also, Naya
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N egative factors for achieving the objectives of the BIZ-TRIZ mechanism implementation
I nternal factors (characteristics of the implementation producer )
(S) Strong points
(W) Weak points
• The strong reputation of the Maritime University of Szczecin (MUS) in the research areas of transport, mechatronics, machine construction and operation and production engineering;
• Heuristic methods, including TRIZ, are unfamiliar to the employees of the Maritime University of Szczecin;
• Experience of the Maritime University of