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Modeling the Effects of Project Management Strategies on Long-Term Product Knowledge [chapter]

Martin Höst
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
There is a need to investigate the long term effects of different strategies on a team's software product knowledge.  ...  Metrics representing the long term effects on knowledge are derived, and two different example strategies are investigated numerically.  ...  Acknowledgment This work was funded by the Industrial Excellence Center EASE -Embedded Applications Software Engineering, (http://ease.cs.lth.se).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-31063-8_9 fatcat:fxpc3iealzbblmyr6np75tkkcq

Technical Complaint Feedback to Ramp-Up

Alexander Linder, Lokesh Anand, Björn Falk, Robert Schmitt
2016 Procedia CIRP  
The aim of this paper is to redesign Technical Complaint Management in order to enable long-term effects on failure based learning.  ...  To achieve this, a decision model is derived which enables companies to select the best fitting strategy for long-term complaint knowledge transfer.  ...  Models for the Production Ramp-Up" (1491/2) is gratefully acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procir.2016.06.082 fatcat:f4w255s6m5cwbaevfz6oh6jqxi

A Knowledge-Management System for the Innovation-Strategy Development of SME Enterprises [chapter]

Sławomir Kłos, Katarzyna Skrzypek, Karol Dabrowski
2017 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
In this paper is proposed a model for a knowledge-management system for innovation-processes improvement and enterprise-strategy development.  ...  The model of the system was created on the base of the results of survey research made in 112 Polish small and medium-sized enterprises. Illustrative examples are given.  ...  5 φ ij -the demand for knowledge for each subsystem, φ ij ϵ < 0;1> i = 1, 2, … , n -number of projects, j = 1, 2, … , m -number of project subsystems The innovation strategy governs long-term decisions  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-67642-5_2 fatcat:xexcnhxyiverpixxgnwa5z4x3a

Organizing new product development

Markus C. Becker, Francesco Zirpoli
2003 International Journal of Operations & Production Management  
The analysis shows how the application of a resource-based perspective is able to uncover negative long-term effects of outsourcing on the knowledge base (hollowing out), despite beneficial short-term  ...  In particular, despite the fact that a modularity strategy seems to be an attractive solution, the theory does not offer much guidance to managers on the profound effect of an outsourcing strategy based  ...  Once the model was introduced on the market, the product manager handed over the project to another member of the platform in charge of the continuous improvement of the existing model.  ... 
doi:10.1108/01443570310491765 fatcat:esnmuddan5ahnmzputbko34ize

Effect of internal capabilities on success of construction company innovation and technology transfer

2016 Tehnički Vjesnik  
Then, it was aimed to measure the effect of internal capabilities of a company such as "resources and capabilities", "project management competencies", and "strategic decisions" on success.  ...  According to the resulting model, it was found out that "project management competencies" have a direct relationship with "company innovation and technology transfer success" whereas, "Resources and Capabilities  ...  Effect of project management competencies The model found that "project management competencies" have a direct influence on performance.  ... 
doi:10.17559/tv-20151222154916 fatcat:666ihkh5hncmbolynvmnbp7ona

A framework for sourcing product development services

Salvador Barragan, Charles Cappellino, Neil Dempsey, Sandra Rothenberg
2003 Supply chain management  
We focus on patterns observed across these three New Product Development Projects in terms of challenges in strategic sourcing.  ...  In this paper, we reflect on the experience of three product development teams to build a framework to aid in the process of strategic sourcing.  ...  As a result, firms often fail to take into consideration the long-term effects of outsourcing, producing a hollowing effect in several industries.  ... 
doi:10.1108/13598540310484663 fatcat:k3wkfcgl5zew3kp52s5qnu52b4

Overview and main achievements of the EURANOS project: European approach to nuclear and radiological emergency management and rehabilitation strategies

W. Raskob, F. Gering, J. Lochard, A. Nisbet, V. Starostova, B. Tomic
2010 Radioprotection - Revue de la Societé Francaise de Radioprotection  
and long term contamination.  ...  A governance framework for the sustainable rehabilitation of long term contaminated territories was developed and tested in France and in Norway.  ...  nuclear and radiological emergency management and rehabilitation strategies (Contract No: FI6R-CT-2004-508843) .  ... 
doi:10.1051/radiopro/2010013 fatcat:lceipitzeffutclums4l6mgvja

Optimal inventory, backlogging and machine loading in a serial, multi-stage, multi-period production environment

CHERYL GAIMON
1986 International Journal of Production Research  
, short versus long-term managerial incentives).  ...  of new technology (workforce integration; dynamic forces and uncertainty; incentives) (iv) Knowledge management for new product development (NPD) (investments in radical versus incremental NPD projects  ...  The focus of this course is on strategic and long term decision making in the Operations Management research literature including quality management, technology choice, resources planning, production planning  ... 
doi:10.1080/00207548608919757 fatcat:sdwsapv5zvbzjgzc4lnjpryibm

Objectives and achievements in the first four years of the EURANOS project: European approach to nuclear and radiological emergency management and rehabilitation strategies

W. Raskob, F. Gering, J. Lochard, A. Nisbet, V. Starostova, B. Tomic
2009 Radioprotection - Revue de la Societé Francaise de Radioprotection  
radiation emergency and long term contamination.  ...  A complete re-engineering of the system has started aiming to incorporate all the user's recommendations collected within the demonstration projects and the operational use of the system in emergency management  ...  Acknowledgments Work has received partial financial support from the European Commission Sixth Framework Programme under the EURANOS integrated project (Contract No: FI6R-CT-2004-508843).  ... 
doi:10.1051/radiopro/20095089 fatcat:p47qdahzmjbxtcklqt5ywk6cl4

The moderating effect of human resource management practices on the relationship between knowledge absorptive capacity and project performance in project-oriented companies

Sujinda Popaitoon, Sununta Siengthai
2014 International Journal of Project Management  
also strengthen the relationship between a project team's knowledge ACAP and long-term project performance.  ...  on project performance, in particular of potential ACAP on long-run project performance.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors gratefully acknowledge the editor and the three anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijproman.2013.12.002 fatcat:s2747ltayfctpapmh4iczanuaq

Identifying Key Features of the Innovated Japanese Project Management: A Critical Review on its Philosophy

Low Foon Siang, Chong Heap Yih, Lee Wah Peng
2013 Journal of Advanced Management Science  
This paper presents a critical review of its key features and elements in terms of its philosophy, management tools and project models.  ...  Project management is an important skill that determines the success or failure of a project.  ...  The logic model is used by project managers to evaluate the effectiveness of a project or program.  ... 
doi:10.12720/joams.1.2.196-201 fatcat:b54kxgmorrb7bpauzhgi3i7rn4

The Canadian Ecology Centre – Forestry Research Partnership: Implementing a research strategy based on an active adaptive management approach

F. Wayne Bell, James A Baker, George Bruemme, John Pineau, Al Stinson
2008 Forestry Chronicle  
Most of these focused on knowledge and data acquisition, providing a solid foundation for a series of sensitivity and gap analyses to determine whether a long-term goal of enhancing productivity on 6 forest  ...  A research strategy provided the focus for knowledge and data acquisition and the partnership facilitated integrated research, development, transfer, and implementation.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank the many members of the CEC-FRP for adopting and supporting the research strategy, and Lisa Buse, Ontario Forest Research Institute, Bernard Bormann, USDA Forest Service  ... 
doi:10.5558/tfc84666-5 fatcat:xvvmteukbndqvdeimjqklvqq6q

Dynamic Knowledge Support Model for Decision-Making and Sustainable Growth: An Empirical Study

Birinder Singh Sandhawalia, Darren Dalcher
2014 Group Decision and Negotiation  
Most knowledge management (KM) frameworks lay an emphasis on managing explicit knowledge by focussing on the processes of capture, storage, retrieval, transfer and application.  ...  Tacit knowledge, on the other hand, needs the key mechanisms of interaction and feedback for effective sharing and use.  ...  While this study was focused on the flow of knowledge within collaborative activities, there is evidence in the literature that effective knowledge management strategies may tend to enhance the flow of  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10726-014-9413-7 fatcat:6xi575xpgrgexc7mynhzq4btva

The Role of Knowledge Management Strategies and Task Knowledge in Stimulating Service Innovation

Chris Storey, Kenneth B. Kahn
2010 Journal of Service Research  
We find that companies employing the knowledge management strategies of codification and personalization reflect higher levels of NSD knowledge.  ...  A system that blends the two strategies appears the most advantageous for service companies' NSD efforts aiming to build a long-term sustainable competitive advantage.  ...  services leading to long-term benefits.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1094670510370988 fatcat:djlukmdd25eangz7mh4ve3dewa

Prioritizing Critical Management Strategies to Improving Construction Productivity: Empirical Research in Singapore

Bon-Gang Hwang, Yu-Shan Li, Ming Shan, Jia-En Chua
2020 Sustainability  
This study contributes to the current body of knowledge by prioritizing critical management strategies that can help the construction industry improve productivity.  ...  This study aims to bridge the knowledge gap to prioritize the critical management strategies that can help improve productivity in the construction industry.  ...  Acknowledgments: Sincere thanks go to the industry experts who have participated in the survey carried out in this study. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no interest of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12229349 fatcat:tthgyyochnbftha632a3wegnbq
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