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Businesses in advanced economies are rapidly expanding into Central and Eastern Europe. First world managers working in foreign cultures are often surprised by contradictions, which do not fit the rational norms they are used to observing. This paper examines such traditional factors as age,...
Shingo's breakthrough improves the way strategy researchers and managers talk about and design high-leverage strategies and tactics. Seeing production as a concatenated net of operations and processes not only negates the dysfunctional effects of Anthony's paradigm, but also leads to a framework...
Although corporate Web sites play many important roles in the modern business world, there is a surprising lack of empirical studies on their user interface. This study collected data from 50 Web sites owned by large international organizations. Analysis of the study's data: (1) provides an...
Complex, engineered systems often require extensively planned behaviour on the part of operators and maintenance staff if such systems are to maintain their integrity. A study was undertaken to determine how the absence of planning on the part of operators imperilled such systems. The aim was to...
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