Logistics Information Management: Volume 14 Issue 4


Operations and Logistics Management

Table of contents

Logistics in the Internet age: towards a holistic information and processes picture

Sarmad Alshawi

It is unquestioned that the growth of the Internet is a significant phenomenon. Not only is there an exponential growth in the exchange of goods and services over the…

The competition aspect of construction alliances

A.B. Ngowi

The primary purpose of forming an alliance in the construction industry is to pool together the resources of the participating partners in order to form a team that has a…

International collaboration and bidding through the high technology defence industry: a technical note

G. Graham, G. Hardaker, J. Sharp

The central aim of this paper is to link the competitive performance of small defence firms to their ability to adapt to changes in the Ministry of Defence procurement…

Beyond electronic disintermediation through multi‐agent systems

Mark E. Nissen

Supply chain management represents a critical competency in today’s global business environment and has been the focus of considerable, but mixed, information systems…

Implementing virtual teamworking: Part 3 – a methodology for introducing virtual teamworking

Jay Bal, P.K. Teo

There is a gap in the existing literature relating to the implementation of virtual teamworking for engineering collaboration, and concurrent engineering in particular…



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