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Supply chain collaboration: what's happening?
Purpose – Collaboration has been referred to as the driving force behind effective supply chain management and may be the ultimate core capability. However, there is a fairly widespread belief thatExpand
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Exploring a Governance Theory of Supply Chain Management: Barriers and Facilitators to Integration
Supply chain management is rapidly growing as both a strategic initiative and an academic discipline. As firms increasingly include their supply chain partners in the development of businessExpand
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The role of resource commitment and innovation in reverse logistics performance
Purpose – Aims to provide empirical evidence of the relationships between and among reverse logistics, resource commitment, and innovation.Design/methodology/approach – Mail surveys were sent toExpand
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Is collaboration paying off for firms
Practitioners, academics, and consultants are all calling for firms to drop their guard and collaborate with their business partners. At best, reports to date are mixed. Does collaboration work? CanExpand
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Internationalization Knowledge: What, Why, Where, and When?
The acquisition of relevant knowledge plays a critical role in the internationalization process. Yet a complete understanding of internationalization knowledge (IK) remains largely unexplored in theExpand
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The effects of technological turbulence and breadth on supply chain technology acceptance and adoption
Abstract The current empirical study examines the intention to use and subsequent implementation of a supply chain technology. Specifically, the authors extend the technology acceptance model (TAM)Expand
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Reverse logistics: superior performance through focused resource commitments to information technology
A survey of businesses in the automobile aftermarket industry provided insights into how reverse logistics performance can be influenced by a few key strategic decisions. Resource commitment isExpand
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Bullying: From the Playground to the Boardroom
Bullying in organizations has become one the prime social phenomena which can have a direct as well as indirect impact on the productivity of employees and managers. While bullying is a part of theExpand
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A longitudinal examination of partnership governance in offshoring: A moving target
The complexity of the global marketplace is driving the growth of new corporate strategies that are centered on creating "synergistic alliances in procurement, distribution, marketing, andExpand
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The challenge of reverse logistics in catalog retailing
Many firms are placing greater emphasis on managing returned product. Reverse logistics programs are being used to recover assets that would otherwise be lost. Research results are presented coveringExpand
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