Logistics Information Management: Volume 13 Issue 6


Operations and Logistics Management

Table of contents

The impact of technology in the workplace: examining those who the impact crushed

Richard Cardinali

After a glance into the recent history of the impact of the computer on unemployment it becomes quite easy to see how the technology has changed where people work, how…

Engineering supply chains to match customer requirements

Paul Childerhouse, Denis Towill

Modern day market places are highly varied and cannot be serviced effectively by a single supply chain paradigm. Consequently products and services must be provided to the…

Implementing virtual teamworking. Part 1: a literature review of best practice

Jay Bal, P.K. Teo

This paper is the first of a three part series in which the authors identify best practice for implementing virtual teamworking to aid concurrent engineering. Part 1…

Building Internet capabilities in SMEs

Paul Chapman, Mike James‐Moore, Michael Szczygiel, Diana Thompson

Internet based information and communication technology provides the opportunity for small firms to improve their competitiveness. This paper presents a methodology that…

Construction procurement based on concurrent engineering principles

A.B. Ngowi

Unlike in the manufacturing industries, participants of a construction project operate in a temporary multi‐disciplinary organisation in which the relationship ends as…



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