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Barriers to master data quality
A literature review of data quality and data quality barriers is carried out. Expand
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Exploring supply chain innovation
This paper presents an exploratory study that aims to provide a better understanding of SCI, mirroring leading edge practice, and providing a sound terminological and conceptual basis for advanced academic work in the field. Expand
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Lock-in situations in supply chains: A social exchange theoretic study of sourcing arrangements in buyer-supplier relationships
Abstract Social exchange theory is used to gain a better understanding of the relationship between a buyer and a supplier that is characterized by lock-in situations. We begin by reviewing theExpand
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Evidence of lean: a review of international peer‐reviewed journal articles
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine how “lean” is viewed in academic literature and how it is operationalised. The paper also examines how evidence of lean is accounted for inExpand
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Logistics knowledge creation: reflections on content, context and processes
Outlines possible ways to question “what logistics knowledge is” and “how it comes about”, as a means to improve the craftsmanship in logistics research. The logistics knowledge‐creation activity isExpand
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Backshoring manufacturing: Notes on an important but under-researched theme
Abstract This note discusses the phenomenon of backshoring manufacturing relying on empirical results based on a large-scale Danish questionnaire-survey. The note argues for further research onExpand
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Master data quality barriers: an empirical investigation
This paper defines relevant master data quality barriers and investigates their mutual importance through a large questionnaire study, including answers from 787 Danish manufacturing companies. Expand
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Public procurement vs private purchasing: Is there any foundation for comparing and learning across the sectors?
Purpose – Compared with the private sector, the public sector's procurement process differs in several respects. The purpose of this paper is to analyze the possibility for mutual learning and theExpand
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Attractiveness in supply chains: a process and matureness perspective
Purpose – Companies engage in several business relationships ranging from arm's length to close relationships based on trust and commitment. Several companies have recognized that their supply chainExpand
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Service supply chain management: A survey of lean application in the municipal sector
Purpose – Lean has long been developed and utilised in the manufacturing setting. Today, lean seems to be applicable in all organisational settings; and recently, lean has been applied in theExpand
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