Solving design management problems using lean design management : the role of trust

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Solving design management problems using lean design management : the role of trust. / Uusitalo, Petteri; Seppänen, Olli; Peltokorpi, Antti; Olivieri, Hylton.

julkaisussa: Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, Vuosikerta 26, Nro 7, 19.08.2019, s. 1387-1405.

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