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Managing lean supply and innovation: cross-cultural knowledge transfer in an multi-national company
There is growing evidence that organisations are increasingly using the concept of lean supply to foster innovation. This paper considers key factors that influence this management approach in the context of the cross-cultural ...
Supply chain transformation in APC Ireland: lean thinking, opposing logics and bricolage
This paper presents a number of observations and findings from an ongoing study of supply chain transformation in a subsidiary of American Power Conversion (APC) located in the West of Ireland. The study is being carried ...
Empathy and teamwork: reflections on the legacy of Claudio Ciborra through the phenomenology of Edith Stein
Claudio Ciborra argued that the position of information and communications technology (ICT) in organisations requires a shift from the present focus on the scientific paradigm to an alternative centre of gravity: human ...
Linking the triple helix model of innovation to enterprise innovation processes
The purpose of this paper is see how the triple helix model of innovation can be linked to enterprise innovation processes. This paper has provided some preliminary results, findings and reflections from an ongoing case ...
A dialogical action research approach to innovation as organisational change
This paper argues that dialogical action research (AR) recently proposed by Mårtensson & Lee, provides a novel framework for both relevant and rigorous collaboration between academics and practitioners. The work is presented ...
Short interval management and the quest for process innovation: something new or déjà vu
Ireland still punches way above its weight internationally attracting 2% of total global foreign direct investment (FDI) in 2008 which amounted to circa €2 billion (IDA, 2009). The focus of the IDA (Industrial Development ...