...Construction is based on three views in production theory, Transformation, Flow and Value (TFV). These three views do not compete with each other but are r
...niversity, USA.</ref>. Furthermore, Koskela introduced the Transformation, Flow and Value (TFV) theory that is derived from earlier theories regarding prod
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...nning'', John Wiley & Sons Inc. Hoboken, NJ</ref>. Colleting the necessary information can be divided into two subgroups; primary and secondary data gathering <re
Identifying the right stakeholders can provide access to information and knowledge. This is due to the fact that knowledge is not only embedded
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...ization and in-depth analysis does not form part of this article (for more information, consult the section ''Related Material'').
...ertheless, both benefits and risks are difficult to measure, since perfect information is almost never available. In part, [http://apppm.man.dtu.dk/index.php/Risk
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... der Veen (2005), Mental model mapping as a new tool to analyse the use of information in decision-making in integrated water management, Physics and Chemistry of
The analysis of the current state is based on information found in the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Task_analysis task analysis]. Th
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...ilable, and the project management guide has to be revised to take the new information into account.
...to develop a project charter and Project Management Plan. It also includes information about how to direct and manage project work, and how to control the work.
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...right place at the right time in the right quality to achieve perfect work flow, while minimizing waste and being flexible.
*Principle 3: Make the project '''flow''' continuously without interruptions.
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...e the final product gets handed over to the customer <ref name=four/>. The flow of the APM model is shown in Figure 1.
...kshops lessons learned will be discussed, and as all stakeholders get more information about APM, new projects can be initiated using the approach <ref>ESI Intern
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...ai, P. C. (2013). Applying Lean Production A3 to Enhance Construction Work Flow. Life Science Journal, 10(2).'' </ref>.
...n projects within the program. The status A3 report can provide systematic information across the organisation as input for program managers to systematically upd
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The information available regarding risk management at portfolio level is fairly scarce. Me
#The integration of risk information into project portfolio management is positively related to project portfoli
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...nates from the TPS, where the method is called “Material and Information Flow Mapping” and used to depict current, future or ideal states in the proces
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...analysis of all the dimensions of data.” I think it contains interesting information, but I don’t understand it.
*The flow and the order of the sections in the article are good.
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...is to mitigate poor multitasking. One initiative is to provide prioritized information to all resources. A relay race works as an analogy. While each component in
... again merging as the project has intermediate deliverables. These complex flow are not optimally compatible with deriving a feeding chain with accompanyin
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...s some of the others, so consider revising this part and adding additional information here. However, I of course don’t know whether or not there in fact is mor
...to this Radar Map tool, if possible. This would be ideal to create a great flow in the article. By giving explanations - almost telling a story through the
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...le="height:10px; width:150px; text-align:left;" |220.127.116.11 Work Performance Information
Work performance information related to various performance results includes, but is not limited to:
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**Adopting different point of views (information, energy etc.)
* There is a nice, natural flow in the content. At the same time, it seems intuitive the way it is organize
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...you use <nowiki>"#" instead of "*"</nowiki> ''Johnjohn: Thank you for that information I will take that into consideration.''
...i><blockquote> xxx </blockquote></nowiki>'' ''Johnjohn: Thank you for that information I will take that into consideration.''
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...fer to in Reference 2. Both of them are remade by me, but putting the same information.
...ticle written in an engaging style. Very nice piece of work with a logical flow. Well done.
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*The Overall flow of the article seems natural. I would suggest to define or allign the word
*The overall flow seems logical and natural as stated before, the only part i would point on
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*The logical flow of your article basically follows the standard. Try to apply some transitio
...rsy in your article, but then you should just focus on condensing relevant information throughout your work. Also apply visualization.
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...tups are containing in order to create overview and how they are using the information and data.
...Is and some softwares related. It is an interesting article with a logical flow.
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