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Innovative Methods in Logistics and Supply Chain Management: Current Issues and Emerging Practices, vol 19

Edited by Thorsten Blecker, Wolfgang Kersten and Christian M. Ringle

in Proceedings of the Hamburg International Conference of Logistics (HICL) from Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH), Institute of Business Logistics and General Management, currently edited by Wolfgang Kersten; Thorsten Blecker

Abstract: Innovation is increasingly considered as an enabler of business competitive advantage. More and more organizations focus on satisfying their consumer’s demand of innovative and qualitative products and services by applying both technology-supported and non technology-supported innovative methods in their supply chain practices. Due to its very characteristic i.e. novelty, innovation is double-edged sword; capturing value from innovative methods in supply chain practices has been one of the important topics among practitioners as well as researchers of the field. This volume, edited by Thorsten Blecker, Wolfgang Kersten and Christian M. Ringle, provides valuable insights into: Innovative and technology-based solutions, Supply chain security management and Cooperation and performance practices in supply chain management.

Keywords: Logistics; Supply Chain Management; Performance Management; Supply Chain Security (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2014
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Chapters in this book:

Accelerating the Innovation Uptake in Logistics , pp 3-26 Downloads
Nils Meyer-Larsen, Jannicke Baalsrud Hauge, Rainer Müller, Kahina Hamadache, Georgia Aifadopoulou, Margherita Forcolin, Violeta Roso, George Tsoukos and Hans Westerheim
A General Framework for Open Service Innovation in Logistics , pp 27-47 Downloads
Katharina Kalogerakis and Nikolaus Wagenstetter
Managing Demand and Supply Networks of the Chinese Fashion Apparel Industry under the Complexity of the New Economy Transition , pp 49-84 Downloads
Nicole Ying Ye and Kwok Hung Lau
A Functional Mathematical Optimization Algorithm for the Integration of the Tactical Berth, Quay Crane and Vehicle Scheduling , pp 85-97 Downloads
Teemu Linkosaari
The Role of Company Standards in Supply Chains – The Case of the German Automotive Industry , pp 99-123 Downloads
Anne-Marie Großmann and Paul von Gruben
Investments in Electro Mobility for Freight Traffics in the Field of City Logistics: A Profitability Analysis , pp 123-140 Downloads
Sabrina Gries, Christian Witte, René Föhring and Stephan Zelewski
Information Flow Analysis of the Container Discharging Process , pp 141-164 Downloads
Susanne Kellberger
Gradual Covering Location Problem with Stochastic Radius , pp 165-186 Downloads
Mahdi Bashiri, Elaheh Chehrepak and Saeed Gomari
Computing Dynamic Routes in Maritime Logistic Networks , pp 187-200 Downloads
Hervé Mathieu, Jean-Yves Colin and Moustafa Nakechbandi
A Simulation-Based Decision Making Framework for the Anticipatory Change Planning of Intralogistics Systems , pp 201-224 Downloads
Mustafa Güller, Tobias Hegmanns, Michael Henke and Natalia Straub
Supply Chain Security Measures - The Business Perspective , pp 225-248 Downloads
Magdalena Jażdżewska-Gutta
Finite-Time Horizon Logistics Decision Making Problems: Consideration of a Wider Set of Factors , pp 249-274 Downloads
Petros Boutselis and Ken McNaught
Powerful Leadership of National Government in Port Policy , pp 275-294 Downloads
Koji Takahashi, Yasuo Kasugai and Isao Fukuda
A New Research Protocol to Develop Multiple Case Studies on Illicit Activities in Trade, Logistics, Processing and Disposal of WEEE - Waste in Electrical and Electronic Equipment , pp 295-316 Downloads
Juha Hintsa and Melanie Wieting
A Literature-Based Qualitative Framework for Assessment of Socio-Economic Negative Impacts of Common Illicit Cross-border Freight Logistics Flows , pp 317-338 Downloads
Juha Hintsa and Sangeeta Mohanty
Product Recalls in the Meat and Poultry Industry: Key Drivers of Supply Chain Efficiency and Effectiveness , pp 339-364 Downloads
Vijaya Chebolu-Subramanian and Gary Gaukler
Control and Monitoring in International Logistics Chains , pp 365-390 Downloads
Albert Veenstra, Joris Hulstijn and Paul Griffioen
Dynamic Capabilities and Firm Effectiveness: The Mediating Role of Supply Chain Performance , pp 391-412 Downloads
Alica Grilec Kaurić, Dario Miočević and Josip Mikulić
Analyzing Process Capability Indices (PCI) and Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ) to Improve Performance of Supply Chain , pp 413-436 Downloads
Asep Ridwan and Bernd Noche
The Impacts of Team Management on Customer Service: The Mediating Role of Operation Flexibility , pp 437-458 Downloads
Fazli Idris and Jehad Mohammad
Critical Success Factors for Horizontal Logistics Collaboration , pp 459-477 Downloads
Lisbeth Broede Jepsen
Managing Common Goods in Supply Chain: Case of Agricultural Cooperatives , pp 477-498 Downloads
Tarik Saikouk and Ismail Badraoui
Cooperation in Empty Container Logistics , pp 499-514 Downloads
Carlos Jahn and Johannes Schlingmeier
The Bullwhip Effect in Expanded Supply Chains and the Concept of Cumulative Quantities , pp 515-530 Downloads
Wilmjakob Herlyn
A Theory-Based Perspective on Maturity Models in Purchasing and Supply Management , pp 531-554 Downloads
Jörg Schweiger
Workshop Layout by the Method of Vote and Comparison to the Average Ranks Method , pp 555-575 Downloads
Maha Akbib, Ouafae Baida, Abdelouahid Lyhyaoui, Abdellatif Ghacham Amrani and Abdelfettah Sedqui

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