Progress in Operations Management

@inproceedings{Geoffrion2002ProgressIO,
  title={Progress in Operations Management},
  author={Arthur M. Geoffrion},
  year={2002}
}
In this issue, Robert Hayes has written provocatively about the implications of the digital economy for Operations Management (OM). Here I examine and illustrate a simple four-stage framework for thinking about these implications: advances in digital technology (stage 1) lead to business developments (stage 2), which impact the views of OM-relevant thought leaders (stage 3), which influence the conduct of OM activities (stage 4). This framework provides a perspective for viewing the evolution… CONTINUE READING

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