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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to increase the understanding of the impact of engineering changes on the materials planning process. Design/methodology/approach – This study is based on a conceptual discussion and empirical data from a case study of a supply chain in the automotive...
Purpose – To present the main findings of a study conducted in manufacturing firms in the UK to determine the applicability of generic strategies to small and medium sized firms (SMEs). Design/methodology/approach – The Miles and Snow strategic orientation typology was used to examine the...
Purpose – The purpose of the research is to explore electronic marketplace (EM) strategies adopted by enterprises in free markets and controlled markets. Meanwhile, their differences are compared. Design/methodology/approach – In the research, the EM strategies adopted by enterprises in free...
Purpose – To provide a structured methodology to permit an optimal selection of the best suited Computer Managed Maintenance System (CMMS) software within process industries. Design/methodology/approach – The analysis has been executed adopting a multi‐attribute decision making methodology,...
Purpose – This paper explores what suppliers and customers do in order to integrate their operations across the supply chain. It also identifies on what contextual factors these specific CSI practices are contingent. Design/methodology/approach – The paper uses the multiple case study...
Purpose – The primary objective of this paper is to illustrate the development of an integrated product development environment using template‐based methodology. This system would thus act as an effective tool to reduce cost by foreseeing manufacturability constraints during concept...
Purpose – The objective of this paper is to present how two Swedish companies work, or plan to work, with sourcing decisions. The aim is furthermore to analyze if their decision process, or parts of it, can be used as a base for building a rightsourcing decision model. In this paper...
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