- Author:Christer Karlsson
- Publisher:Routledge; 1 edition (November 22, 2008)
- Pages:336 pages
- Subcategory:Marketing & Sales
- FB2 format1100 kb
- ePUB format1817 kb
- DJVU format1604 kb
- Formats:txt lit mobi lit
Christer Karlsson is Professor of Innovation and Operations Management and Dean for CBS Executive at Copenhagen Business School and also professor at the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) in Brussels.
Copenhagen Business School · Department of Operations Management
Copenhagen Business School · Department of Operations Management.
Abingdon : Routledge 2016, p. 268-289. Irene Christensen; Christer Karlsson, Coordination in Ramp-up Execution : A Multiple Case Study. Paper presented at The 23rd International Annual EurOMA Conference 2016, 2016. e. Christer Karlsson. Paper presented at The 20th International Annual EurOMA Conference 2013, 2013.
International Journal of Operations & Production Management 23 (1), 44-61, 2003.
P Åhlström, C Karlsson. International journal of operations & production management 16 (11), 42-56, 1996. International Journal of Operations & Production Management 23 (1), 44-61, 2003. A lean and global smaller firm? C Karlsson, P Åhlström. International Journal of Operations & Production Management 17 (10), 9452, 1997.
Christer Karlsson is Professor of Innovation and Operations Management and Academic Director for the Competitiveness platform at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. He is also Professor at the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) in Brussels, Belgium. Economics, Finance, Business & Industry.
Researching Operations Management fills the growing need for a comprehensive textbook and reference on doing quality research in the field of Operations Management (OM). It addresses the particular problem―especially for advanced students and beginning researchers―that many academic departments specialize in just one or a few approaches to research. As a result many students and researchers are not exposed to the breadth of possible research approaches in OM. Providing a concise overview of each of the most important research approaches in the field, the book enables researchers and students to understand and practice these methods, thus giving them a platform for choosing appropriate and complementary approaches to their research.
With contributions from an international group of leading thinkers in the OM research field, the book covers those methods frequently used in studies of OM as well as adjacent applied management areas such as management of innovation and R&D, logistics, and supply chain management. Included are chapters on surveys, case studies, action research, longitudinal field studies, and models and simulations together with chapters on planning, positioning, assessing, and publishing research. In addition, the contributors also consider ethical and cultural issues in researching operations management.