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Effective Factors on Project Success in Malaysian Construction Industry

presented at the Ninth Annual Conference of the International Group for Lean Construction (IGLC-9) . Andersen, E. and Jessen, S. A. (2000). Project evaluation scheme: a tool for evaluating project status and predicting project results. Project Management, 6(1), 61-69. Atkinson, R. (1999). Project management: cost, time and quality, two best guesses and a phenomenon, its time to accept other success criteria. International Journal of Project Management, 17(6), 337-342. Baccarini, D. (1999). The logical framework method for defining project success

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Comparative Analysis of Analytical and Discrete-Event Simulation Models of Assembly Line Systems

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System-wide performance analysis of manufacturing setup helps a company to stay competitive. This can be done by selecting appropriate performance analysis tool which can save time and effort. As a problem assembly line systems are difficult to completely model and analyze using either of analytical or discrete-event simulation (DES) models. The main objective of this study is to analyze the distinct modeling capabilities of analytical modeling approach and DES approach so as to take their respective primacy for analysis of particular pertinent parameters suitable for Tana Communication (TC assembly line). Both analytical and discrete-event simulation models are developed for TC production process using decomposition approach and AnyLogic software. The results from the two models for work in process, queue cycle time, cycle time and resource utilization have high degree of agreement. By making reassignment of operators from the idle stage to the bottleneck stage the system waiting time and work in process is reduced by 12% and 13% respectively from the proposed model.

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Contract Awards Disparity among Multinational and Indigenous Construction Companies

. (1991). Enhancing the Contract Management Capabilities of the Indigenous Contractor. In I.G. Idoro. and O.L. Akande-subar. Clients’ Assessment of the Quality Performance of Indigenous and Expatriate Construction Contractors in Nigeria. Available at http://www.rics.org/cobra accessed on the 28th July 2012. Olatunji O. A. (2007). Evaluating the Efficiency of Pre-Qualification as an Imperative Tool in Competitive Equation in Construction in Developing Countries. Proceeding of 2007 Quantity Surveyors’ International Convention , Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 132

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Making Formwork Design Lean

, 21(4), 444-458. Ko, C. H. and Kuo, J. D. (2018). Improving Formwork Using Lean Tools. The 9th International Conference on Engineering, Project, and Product Management , Cape Town, South Africa, 36. Ko, C. H., Wang, W. C., and Kuo, J. D. (2011). Improving Formwork Engineering Using the Toyota Way. Journal of Engineering, Project, and Production Management , 1(1), 13-27. Kwon, S. H., Phung, Q. T., Park, H. Y., Kim, J. H., and Shah, S. P. (2011). Effect of wall friction on variation of formwork pressure over time in self-consolidating concrete

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