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Title: Synergy between Traditional, Agile and Lean management approaches in construction projects: bibliometric analysis
Authors: Lalmi, Abdallah
Fernandes, Gabriela 
Boudemagh, Souad Sassi
Keywords: Agile approach; Traditional project management approach; Lean approach; Synergy; Construction projects; Bibliometric analysis
Issue Date: 2022
Project: FCT - UIDB/00285/2020 
Serial title, monograph or event: Procedia Computer Science
Volume: 196
Abstract: This research aims to contribute to the development of knowledge in project management, by searching for management approaches that can be useful in construction projects. A bibliometric approach based on quantitative analysis methods was applied to investigate the synergy between Traditional, Agile, and Lean management approaches. This study also evaluates the status of the three different approaches using a visualization analysis of journal articles. The bibliometric study was developed with a portfolio of 200 papers around “synergy between Traditional, Agile and Lean approaches” collected at the Web of Science database, covering the evolution of this topic over the last ten years (from 2011 to 2020). The retrieved records were analyzed in terms of year of publication, country, subject, and keywords. The analysis of the original articles revealed that the total number of publications has continuously increased over the last few years. The country producing more papers on this theme was the United States followed by England and Germany. Few studies in the literature have discussed this theme in the construction industry, which means that the concept of combining Traditional, Agile, and Lean approaches is a new concept in construction projects.
ISSN: 18770509
DOI: 10.1016/j.procs.2021.12.070
Rights: openAccess
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