Logistics Information Management: Volume 11 Issue 2


Operations and Logistics Management

Table of contents

Introducing the concept of information supply chains: the Buddy project

Patrick Walsh, Adamantios Koumpis

The European Community ESPRIT Project Buddy addresses the needs of industrial organisations to reduce information processing time, improve added and residual value of…

Getting equipped for the twenty‐first century

John V. Chelsom

Asserts that developments in management of technology (MOT) deserve more attention than they currently receive in relation to management of quality. Argues that…

Assessing technological productivity gains: Benson and Parker revisited

Richard Cardinali

Organizations are constantly seeking productivity improvements through technology. But how do you define productivity and, most importantly, how is it measured in the…

Time compression in the supply chain: information management is the vital ingredient

Rachel Mason‐Jones, Denis R. Towill

Our total cycle time (TCT) compression strategy encompasses the whole system in the supply chain from consumer demand to customer satisfaction. TCT has two major…

A process quality model for the analysis, improvement and control of supply chain systems

Benita M. Beamon, Tonja M. Ware

A manufacturing supply chain is an integrated set of business functions, encompassing all activities from raw material acquisition to final customer delivery. Delivering…

Constructing customised models and providing information to support IT outsourcing decisions

O. Joseph Akomode, Brian Lees, Christopher Irgens

Information technology (IT) outsourcing is a favourable option for enhancing core organisational competencies/activities. Provident decision making in selecting an optimum…

Case study: APS Berk ‐ from arbitration to agility

Karl Belk, Will Steels

Scheduling systems can be developed to model all significant processes in a business and desk top computers have the power to generate integrated schedules using powerful…



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