Aleda V. Roth

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In this paper, we expand upon recent research by Frohlich and Westbrook [J. Operations Manage. 19 (2) (2001) 185] that characterizes the influence of supply chain integration on performance. Introducing supply chain integration intensity as a proxy variable for Frohlich and Westbrook’s [J. Operations Manage. 19 (2) (2001) 185] ‘outward-facing supply chain(More)
Service organizations are increasingly utilizing advanced information and communication technologies, such as the Internet, in hopes of improving the efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and/or quality of their customer-facing operations. More of the contact a customer has with the firm is likely to be with the back-office and, therefore, mediated by technology.(More)
This article examines the strategic process of new service development (NSD). The authors empirically explore the strategic influence of team-based organizational structure, NSD process design, and information technology (IT) choices on the speed and effectiveness of NSD efforts. Several literature-based relationships are tested with a recursive path model(More)
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We introduce and empirically test a theoretical metamodel that explains knowledge-sharing behavior among employees. Building on the well-established motivation–opportunity–ability (MOA) framework, we posit that knowledge sharing among employees is a function of their MOA to do so. Existing literature suggests that the interaction among motivation,(More)
This paper presents an exploratory investigation of the Manufacturing/Marketing (hereafter M/M) interface. From the literature and prior empirical work in M/M strategies, we propose a path model for assessing the mediating impact of the M/M interface harmony on M/M morale and business performance. Using two convenience samples of executives, we empirically(More)
Motivated by a recent antitrust ruling against Hill–Rom, one of the two dominant American suppliers of hospital beds, we develop a stylized model to investigate the consequences of used product take-back on firms, industry and customers. Our findings suggest that by taking back and reselling refurbished products, a manufacturer can increase both profit(More)