Logistics Information Management: Volume 5 Issue 4


Operations and Logistics Management

Table of contents

Corporate Information, EDI and Logistics

Andy Bytheway, Ashley Braganza

Explores the business implications for electronic data interchange(EDI) in logistics using techniques highlighted by the Cranfield Schoolof Management′s enterprise model…

Environmental Management Systems: Developing an IT Strategy

Roger Bagnall

The sources of pressure on an organization to improve themanagement of its environmental performance are many and increasing.They all demand increasing amounts and types…

Electronic Trading in Europe

Ralph Cole

States that the introduction of a Single European Market will bringmore competition for customers. Suggests that electronic trading (ET) isthe key to survival because of…

Chief Information Officers: Organizational Control and Company Characteristics

Zeinab A. Karake

Using a sample of 198 Fortune 500 companies, explores thedifferential effects of a number of characteristics, grounded in a broadagency theory framework, on the decision…

The Virtual Corporation: An IT Challenge

Paul R. Gamble

Discusses the idea that the potential for change which machinesrepresent for organizations allows people to change themselves –with reference to a recent MIT study…

The Challenge of Managing People

Matthew Hind

Proposes that the type of staff (flexible, creative,individualistic) responsible for IT successes of the 1980s may not behappy in the industry of the 1990s which will…

BT′s Information Warehouse

Bob Ferrant

Describes BT′s concept of an Information Warehouse, which differsfrom the more usual one of a large extract database. Highlights theobjectives of the system strategy and…



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