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Socioemotional Wealth and Business Risks in Family-controlled Firms: Evidence from Spanish Olive Oil Mills
- L. Gomez-Mejia, K. Haynes, Manuel Núñez-Nickel, Kathyrn J. L. Jacobson, José Moyano-Fuentes
- 1 March 2007
This paper challenges the prevalent notion that family-owned firms are more risk averse than publicly owned firms. Using behavioral theory, we argue that for family firms, the primary reference point… Expand
Individual Adaptation to IT-Induced Change: The Role of Social Networks
- S. B. Cámara, José Moyano-Fuentes, J. Eisenberg
- Psychology, Computer Science
- J. Manag. Inf. Syst.
- 1 December 2008
In order to better understand the sociopsychological factors involved in employees' adaptation to new technology in organizations, we examine the role that two types of social networks—supportive and informational—play in individual adaptation to IT-induced change in a large financial company. Expand
Lean Management, Supply Chain Management and Sustainability: A Literature Review
Abstract The objective of this paper is to evaluate the state-of-the-art of research into the links between Lean Management, Supply Chain Management and Sustainability with a view to: 1) identifying… Expand
International Journal of Operations & Production Management Emerald Article: Learning on lean: a review of thinking and research
A literature survey of peer reviewed journal articles and paradigmatic books with managerial impact with the aim of developing a model that permits an extended and comprehensive understanding of lean production. Expand
Supply chain integration through community cloud: Effects on operational performance
Abstract In this paper we analyze the effects exerted by a specific type of cloud technology (community cloud computing) on a particular type of supply chain integration (integration of informational… Expand
International Journal of Operations & Production Management Emerald Article: Cooperation in the supply chain and lean production adoption: Evidence from the Spanish automotive industry
Impact of use of information technology on lean production adoption: evidence from the automotive industry
- José Moyano-Fuentes, P. J. Martínez-Jurado, Juan Manuel Maqueira-Marín, S. B. Cámara
- Business, Computer Science
- Int. J. Technol. Manag.
We analyse the existing interrelationships between information technology (IT) and the adoption of lean production and show how companies need to augment the degree of use of internal or intra-organisational IT in order to increase the level of implementation oflean production and therefore improve efficiency. Expand
Improving supply chain responsiveness through Advanced Manufacturing Technology: the mediating role of internal and external integration
Abstract Responsiveness is one of the key performance factors that firms need to face up to the challenges posed by today’s markets. Many manufacturing firms are investing in advanced manufacturing… Expand
What can we learn from the evolution of research on lean management assessment?
Empirical evidence shows that profitability does not always rise when lean management (LM) is implemented. This paper reviews the literature that has empirically analysed how LM impacts financial… Expand
Ownership Structure of Cooperatives as an Environmental Buffer
In this paper, we propose that the ownership structure in the cooperative form acts as an environmental buffer. It is a mechanism to obtain stronger linkages with suppliers by internalizing them, and… Expand