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Professor Wellington Didibhuku Thwala
Professor Wellington Didibhuku Thwala
University of South Africa (UNISA), College of Science, Engineering and Technology, South Africa
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Industry 4.0 deployment in the construction industry: a bibliometric literature review and UK-based case study
C Newman, D Edwards, I Martek, J Lai, WD Thwala, I Rillie
Smart and Sustainable Built Environment 10 (4), 557-580, 2021
2352021
An exploratory study of problems facing small contractors in the North West province of South Africa
WD Thwala, MJ Phaladi
Afr. J. Bus. Manage 3 (10), 533-539, 2009
1162009
Relationship between leadership styles and project success in the South Africa construction industry
M Liphadzi, C Aigbavboa, W Thwala
Procedia Engineering 123, 284-290, 2015
1132015
Overruns in transportation infrastructure projects
PED Love, CP Sing, X Wang, Z Irani, DW Thwala
Taylor & Francis, 2014
1032014
Effects of construction projects schedule overruns: A case of the Gauteng Province, South Africa
M Mukuka, C Aigbavboa, W Thwala
Procedia Manufacturing 3, 1690-1695, 2015
1012015
Sudanese small and medium sized construction firms: An empirical survey of job turnover
WD Thwala, MA Ajagbe, WI Enegbuma, AA Bilau, CS Long
Textroad, 2012
1012012
Mapping out research focus for robotics and automation research in construction-related studies: A bibliometric approach
DO Aghimien, CO Aigbavboa, AE Oke, WD Thwala
Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology 18 (5), 1063-1079, 2020
992020
Factors influencing the selection of procurement systems in the South African construction industry
MD Mathonsi, WD Thwala
African Journal of Business Management 6 (10), 3583, 2012
942012
Current challenges and problems facing small and medium size contractors in Swaziland
DT Wellington, M Mpendulo
African Journal of Business Management 2 (5), 093-098, 2008
892008
An integrated beneficiary centred satisfaction model for publicly funded housing schemes in South Africa
CO Aigbavboa
PQDT-Global, 2014
832014
A theoretical framework of users’ satisfaction/dissatisfaction theories and models
C Aigbavboa, W Thwala
2nd International Conference on Arts, Behavioral Sciences and Economics…, 2013
802013
A theoretical perspective on the difference between leadership and management
M Liphadzi, CO Aigbavboa, WD Thwala
Procedia engineering 196, 478-482, 2017
762017
Barriers to sustainable procurement in the Nigerian construction industry: an exploratory factor analysis
OA Ogunsanya, CO Aigbavboa, DW Thwala, DJ Edwards
International Journal of Construction Management 22 (5), 861-872, 2022
742022
Land and agrarian reform in South Africa
WD Thwala
Promised Land: Competing Visions of Agrarian Reform, 57-72, 2006
742006
Community participation is a necessity for project success: A case study of rural water supply project in Jeppes Reefs, South Africa
WD Thwala
African Journal of Agricultural Research 5 (10), 970-979, 2010
662010
Challenges Facing Black Owned Small and Medium Construction Companies: A Case Study of Nelspruit €“Mbombela Municipality, South Africa
CO Aigbavboa
Journal of economics and behavioral studies 6 (10), 771-778, 2014
652014
Comparison of modular and traditional UK housing construction: A bibliometric analysis
FA Nazir, DJ Edwards, M Shelbourn, I Martek, WDD Thwala, H El-Gohary
Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology 19 (1), 164-186, 2021
632021
Digitalization of construction organisations–a case for digital partnering
D Aghimien, C Aigbavboa, A Oke, W Thwala, P Moripe
International Journal of Construction Management 22 (10), 1950-1959, 2022
582022
An assessment of the critical success factor for the reduction of cost of poor quality in construction projects in Swaziland
N Mashwama, C Aigbavboa, D Thwala
Procedia Engineering 196, 447-453, 2017
572017
Microscoping the challenges of sustainable construction in developing countries
DO Aghimien, CO Aigbavboa, WD Thwala
Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology 17 (6), 1110-1128, 2019
562019
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