Total quality management in higher education: The case of Middle East Technical University

Yalabık, Barış


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Today, construction sector is one of the leading sectors in the world employing millions of people and creating an economy of billions of dollars. Therefore, such a huge sector must be under control during its all stages in terms of its main components namely; cost, time and quality to achieve a unique scope. Numerous studies focus on tracking the components of cost and schedule. One of the most commonly used methods is EVM (Earned Value Management). EVM is a powerful progress measurement method, integratin...
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Citation Formats
B. Yalabık, “Total quality management in higher education: The case of Middle East Technical University,” Middle East Technical University, 1999.