Journal of Engineering, Project, and Production Management [May 2020, 10(2)]

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作者:Editor-in-Chief Chien-Ho Ko

出版年:2020.05

出版社:De Gruyter

出版地:Pingtung, Taiwan

最新發刊 : 20200501

雜誌類型 : 半年刊



雜誌簡介: Solving current industrial problems requires cross-disciplinary knowledge and approaches. The Journal of Engineering, Project, and Production Management (EPPM-Journal) is an international research journal publishing original research papers. EPPM-Journal is multidisciplinary in nature, considering all topics related to engineering management, project management, and production management. The journal aims to advance the cross-disciplinary sciences in these three fields. This unique platform is intended to inspire new thinking by merging and/or combining different approaches from diverse fields.
All submitted papers are subject to double-bind peer review. The journal publishes two types of papers in both print and online:
Article
Technical Note (within 3000 words)

本期內容簡介
 
Rehman, S. U. (2020). Impact of Inclusive Leadership on Project Success. Journal of Engineering, Project, and Production Management, 10(2), 87-93.
 
Rogito, O., Maitho, T., and Nderitu, A. (2020). Capacity Building in Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation on Sustainability of Food Security Irrigation Projects. Journal of Engineering, Project, and Production Management, 10(2), 94-102.
 
Kalsaas, B. T., Rullestad, A., and Thorud, H. S. (2020). Continuous Improvement on Detailed Design Phase: A Process Perspective. Journal of Engineering, Project, and Production Management, 10(2), 103-113.
 
Olanrewaju, O. I., Sandanayake, M., and Babarinde, S. A. (2020). Voice Assisted Key-In Building Quantities Estimation System. Journal of Engineering, Project, and Production Management, 10(2), 114-122.
 
Samimpay, R. and Saghatforoush, E. (2020). Benefits of Implementing Building Information Modeling (BIM) in Infrastructure Projects. Journal of Engineering, Project, and Production Management, 10(2), 123-140.
 
Silungwe, C. T. and Luwaya, F. C. (2020). Feasibility Assessment of Tilt-Up Construction in Commercial Buildings.Journal of Engineering, Project, and Production Management, 10(2), 141-146.
 
Viana, M. L., Hadikusumo, B. H. W., Mohammad, M. Z., and Kahvandi, Z. (2020). Integrated Project Delivery (IPD): An Updated Review and Analysis Case Study. Journal of Engineering, Project, and Production Management, 10(2), 147-161.

雜誌簡介
 
Solving current industrial problems requires cross-disciplinary knowledge and approaches. The Journal of Engineering, Project, and Production Management (EPPM-Journal) is an international research journal publishing original research papers. EPPM-Journal is multidisciplinary in nature, considering all topics related to engineering management, project management, and production management. The journal aims to advance the cross-disciplinary sciences in these three fields. This unique platform is intended to inspire new thinking by merging and/or combining different approaches from diverse fields.
 
All submitted papers are subject to double-bind peer review. The journal publishes two types of papers in both print and online:
 
Article
Technical Note (within 3000 words)

  • Rehman, S. U. (2020). Impact of Inclusive Leadership on Project Success.(p.87)
  • Rogito, O., Maitho, T., and Nderitu, A. (2020). Capacity Building in Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation on Sustainability of Food Security Irrigation Projects.(p.94)
  • Kalsaas, B. T., Rullestad, A., and Thorud, H. S. (2020). Continuous Improvement on Detailed Design Phase: A Process Perspective.(p.103)
  • Olanrewaju, O. I., Sandanayake, M., and Babarinde, S. A. (2020). Voice Assisted Key-In Building Quantities Estimation System.(p.114)
  • Samimpay, R. and Saghatforoush, E. (2020). Benefits of Implementing Building Information Modeling (BIM) in Infrastructure Projects.(p.123)
  • Silungwe, C. T. and Luwaya, F. C. (2020). Feasibility Assessment of Tilt-Up Construction in Commercial Buildings.(p.141)
  • Viana, M. L., Hadikusumo, B. H. W., Mohammad, M. Z., and Kahvandi, Z. (2020). Integrated Project Delivery (IPD): An Updated Review and Analysis Case Study.(p.147)