Argues that as opportunities arise for companies to exploit new markets, a critical issue is how firms should be organized to cope with innovation and competition in a fast moving business environment. Suggests changes to organizational procedures with the potential to deal with complex investment decisions better. Based on theory, surveys and practice, these include changes to the traditional role of financial analysis, extending the capital investment process to one which combines strategic and financial management considerations. Puts forward a set of criteria which should be met once advanced manufacturing technology practices have been recognized.
Putterill, M., Maguire, W. and Sohal, A. (1996), "Advanced manufacturing technology investment: criteria for organizational choice and appraisal", Integrated Manufacturing Systems, Vol. 7 No. 5, pp. 12-24. https://doi.org/10.1108/09576069610129865Download as .RIS
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