Issue #13
Volume 7, Number 2
Papers: 

Collaborative practices in South African Construction Project Delivery by Kwofie, T.E, Aigbavboa, C.O. and Matsane, Z. S-S.

Collaborative practices (CP) in recent times have emerged as a significant requirement and a viable approach to overcome the growing changing business environment and adversarial nature of construction supply chain in construction project delivery globally. This is partly due to the propensity...

Value Creation and Inherent Constraints in the Malawian Construction Industry by Kadangwe, S. and Emuze, F.

One aspect of project management that requires attention is value creation and inherent challenges in the construction industry. The purpose of the research is to ascertain the factors affecting value creation and to understand how project actors in the Malawian construction industry create...

Impact of Supply Chain Alignment on Construction Performance: A developed model for Vietnam by Quang, H. T and Castro, R. d.

There are many articles mentioning the advantages and benefits of supply chain alignment none, however, describe how to model such alignment in the supply chain. This paper offers a framework for examining and understanding the impact supply chain alignment has on performance. Based on supply...