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  • Myers, Andrew; Kakabadse, Andrew P.; Gordon, C.; Alderson, Siobhan (1994)
    The findings in this paper are based on the results of a postal survey of 168 top level managers in French organisations. Demographic variables, behavioural characteristics and measures of business impact have been linked ...
  • Goffin, Keith; Szwejczewski, Marek (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 1996-01-01)
    Reports on interviews held with management at six factories in the UK, which had received awards for their manufacturing excellence, which aimed to discuss the TQM initiatives and, in particular, to gauge the degree and ...
  • Goffin, Keith; Price, D (Hanley and Belfus Inc, 1996-05-01)
    It is essential that medical equipment manufacturers provide high quality service documentation for their products. Without it, the maintenance and repair of equipment becomes difficult and inefficient for biomedical ...
  • New, Colin; Szwejczewski, Marek; Goffin, Keith; Pfeiffer, Rolf; Lohmühler, Bertram (1997-01-01)
    The Management Today Best Factory Awards in association with Cranfield School of Management have been successfully running in the UK in their current format since 1992. The purpose of the awards is to recognize and reward ...
  • Jenkins, Mark; McDonald, Malcolm (Emerald, 1997-02)
    The study of how organizations segment their markets has traditionally taken a prescriptive and analytical approach. More recently, a number of academics and practitioners have voiced concerns over the evident gap between ...
  • Wilding, Richard D. (MCB, 1998-01-01)
    Since the late 1950's it has been recognized that the systems used internally within supply chains can lead to oscillations in demand and inventory as orders pass through the system. The uncertainty generated can result ...
  • Goffin, Keith (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 1998-01-01)
    A comprehensive review of the literature established that several investigations have been made of operations management teaching in the USA, whereas almost nothing has been published on European teaching. Therefore, an ...
  • Wilding, Richard D. (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 1998-08-01)
    Since the late 1950s it has been recognised that the systems used internally within supply chains can lead to oscillations in demand and inventory as orders pass through the system. The uncertainty generated by these ...
  • Clarke, Martin (Emerald, 1999)
    Traditional approaches to organizational change are of little use in the bid for increased innovation as they reinforce top-down predictability. An alternative approach is through the creation of pockets of good practice ...
  • Wilding, Richard D. (Sckc Cranfield University, 1999-01-01)
    The concept of agile supply chains is attracting increasing research attention, and has been picked up with enthusiasm by commercial organisations, as a conference at Cranfield recently demonstrated (see below). Agile ...
  • Bal, J.; Wilding, Richard D.; Gundry, J. (Mcb, 1999-01-01)
    This paper describes the information flows in the supply chain, and identifies knowledge and expertise as richer more capable entities for its management than data or information. It briefly explores how the structure ...
  • Goffin, Keith (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 1999-01-01)
    Customer support, such as equipment maintenance and repair, is an essential element in the successful marketing of a wide range of products, from computer systems to domestic appliances. Consequently, companies need to ...
  • Zhang, Lihong; Goffin, Keith (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 1999-01-01)
    International joint venture (IJV) manufacturing is important for both the Chinese economy and a large number of foreign investors. A review of the literature from both Western and Chinese researchers showed that although ...
  • Clarke, Martin (Blackwell, 1999-04)
  • Wilding, Richard D. (1999-07-01)
    In recent years it has become accepted that Logistics and Supply Chain systems are susceptible to uncertainty by the generation of deterministic chaos [Wilding, 1998a; Levy, 1994; Mosekilde & Larsen, 1988]. In this paper ...
  • Christopher, Martin (Elsevier, 2000-01)
    Turbulent and volatile markets are becoming the norm as life cycles shorten and global economic and competitive forces create additional uncertainty. The risk attached to lengthy and slow-moving logistics “pipelines” has ...
  • Dickmann, Michael (2000-01-01)
    Some authors have argued that in an increasingly integrated world economy an ideal multinational company (MNC) should be simultaneously locally responsive, globally efficient and innovative world-wide. Bartlett and Ghoshal ...
  • Goffin, Keith (Industrial Research Institute Inc, 2000-01-01)
    During new product development, R&D engineers consider a wide range of often conflicting requirements, including product features, cost, quality, and manufacturability. Another factor, which companies often neglect, is ...
  • Goffin, Keith; Szwejczewski, Marek; Sweeney, Michael; New, Colin (Inderscience, 2000-01-01)
    In many sectors of the manufacturing industry, product innovation is an important way for companies to achieve competitive advantage. Regular introductions of new products can be essential, especially in fast-moving markets. ...
  • Lemke, Fred; Goffin, Keith; Szwejczewski, Marek; Pfeiffer, Rolf; Lohmüller, Bertram (Mcb, 2000-01-01)
    Streamlining the supplier base is a common approach in many US and UK manufacturing companies. However, is this approach being adopted in Germany as fast as it has in the UK? This paper describes research that answers ...

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