CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN OF BUSINESS PROCESS IN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

@inproceedings{Lee2007CONTINUOUSIP,
  title={CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN OF BUSINESS PROCESS IN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY},
  author={David H. Lee and Young Woong Song and Yoon Ki Choi},
  year={2007}
}
Lean management has traditionally been adopted by manufacturing industries to improve operations through the identification and elimination of all forms of waste. The construction industry has also adopted this philosophy, primarily in the field of projects. In order to increase a company’s competitiveness and productivity, lean management is needed in the enterprise business process as well as in the field. The intent of this study is to explore a method of introducing lean management which… CONTINUE READING

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