Peter E.D. Love focuses on Operations management, Project management, Rework, Information technology and Process management. His study in Operations management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Benchmarking, Risk analysis and Architectural engineering. The various areas that Peter E.D. Love examines in his Project management study include Procurement, Causal model, Construction management and Alliance.
His study looks at the intersection of Procurement and topics like Scope with Outcome, Gross floor area and Operations research. Peter E.D. Love has included themes like Questionnaire, Investment, Marketing, Competitive advantage and Information system in his Information technology study. His Process management research incorporates themes from Creativity and Process.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Operations management, Rework, Knowledge management, Procurement and Process management. His Operations management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Project management and Questionnaire. Other disciplines of study, such as Quality, Risk analysis and Schedule, are mixed together with his Rework studies.
His research integrates issues of Supply chain, Information technology and Information system in his study of Knowledge management. His work carried out in the field of Procurement brings together such families of science as Government, Private sector, Public sector and Finance. His Process management study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Construction management and Process.
Peter E.D. Love mostly deals with Risk analysis, Rework, Procurement, Process management and Artificial intelligence. As a member of one scientific family, Peter E.D. Love mostly works in the field of Risk analysis, focusing on Asset and, on occasion, Documentation. He integrates many fields, such as Rework and engineering, in his works.
His Procurement research incorporates elements of Finance, Collusion, Social infrastructure, Public infrastructure and Corruption. His work investigates the relationship between Finance and topics such as Public sector that intersect with problems in Marketing. His study explores the link between Process management and topics such as Operations management that cross with problems in Schedule.
Peter E.D. Love spends much of his time researching Rework, Process management, Artificial intelligence, Process and Risk analysis. Throughout his Rework studies, Peter E.D. Love incorporates elements of other sciences such as Alliance, Quality, Operations management, Profit and Industrial organization. His studies deal with areas such as Benchmarking and Critical success factor as well as Operations management.
Peter E.D. Love interconnects Performance measurement, Asset management and Empirical research in the investigation of issues within Process management. Peter E.D. Love specializes in Process, namely Building information modeling. His research in Risk analysis intersects with topics in Causation, Information quality, Transport engineering and Systems engineering.
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Quantifying the causes and costs of rework in construction
Peter E. D. Love;Heng Li.
Construction Management and Economics (2000)
Influence of Project Type and Procurement Method on Rework Costs in Building Construction Projects
Peter E. D. Love.
Journal of Construction Engineering and Management-asce (2002)
The Propagation of Technology Management Taxonomies for Evaluating Investments in Information Systems
Zahir Irani;Peter E.D. Love.
Journal of Management Information Systems (2000)
Selecting a suitable procurement method for a building project
Peter E.D. Love;Martin Skitmore;George Earl.
Construction Management and Economics (1998)
Using systems dynamics to better understand change and rework in construction project management systems
Peter E. Love;G D Holt;L Y Shen;Heng Li.
International Journal of Project Management (2002)
Total quality management and corporate culture: constructs of organisational excellence
Z. Irani;A. Beskese;P.E.D. Love.
An exploratory study of information technology evaluation and benefits management practices of SMEs in the construction industry
Peter E. D. Love;Zahir Irani.
Information & Management (2004)
Evaluating e-government: Learning from the experiences of two UK local authorities
Zahir Irani;Peter E.D. Love;Tony Elliman;Steve Jones.
Information Systems Journal (2005)
Management of risks in information technology projects
David Baccarini;Geoff Salm;Peter E.D. Love.
Industrial Management and Data Systems (2004)
Developing a frame of reference for ex-ante IT/IS investment evaluation
Zahir Irani;Peter E. D. Love.
European Journal of Information Systems (2002)
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