Operations, technology and stakeholder value
Operations, technology and stakeholder value

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Figure 8 Womack, JP and Jones, DT (1996) ‘Tesco Reorder System’, Lean Thinking, Simon and Schuster UK Limited;

Figure 9 Farhoomand, A (2005) ‘Traditional ERP and Next generation ERP: Extending Beyond Enterprise Boundaries’, Managing e-Business Transformation – A Global Perspective, Palgrave MacMillan;

Figure 11 Slack N, and Lewis, M (2002) ‘Supply Networks are the Interconnections for Relationships between Operations’, Operations Strategy, Prentice-Hal International (UK) Limited.

Table 5 Gunasekaran, A, Marri, HB et al. (2002) ‘Application of E-Commerce in Operations’, International Journal of Production Economies, with permission from Elsevier.

Box 3: Slack, N and Lewis, M (2002) ‘Dell Text’, Operations Strategy, Prentice-Hall International (UK) Limited;

Chambers S, et al (2003), ‘A Day in the Life of Frederic Godé, Operations Manager, BonPain’, Cases in Operations Management, Pearson Education Limited.

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