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Reshoring: a strategic renewal of luxury clothing supply chains

Pamela K. Robinson, Linda Hsieh
2016 Operations Management Research  
The changes in Burberry's business model triggered the need to renew and realign its supply chain strategy through consolidating and rebuilding manufacturing activities back in the UK, in order to support  ...  The increased managerial control in the supply chain together with the close proximity of design and manufacture enables the promise of quality and brand provenance to be fulfilled.  ...  Burberry, internationally recognised for its trademark check plaid, makes for an insightful case in our study on the revival of high-end fashion manufacturing in the UK.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12063-016-0116-x fatcat:c7fcjzuh3ve33abdidails6syy

Digitized content in the UK research library and archives sector

Barbara Bültmann, Rachel Hardy, Adrienne Muir, Clara Wictor
2006 Journal of Librarianship and Information Science  
PAGE A report to the Consortium of Research Libraries and the Joint Information Systems Committee technologies in the arts and humanities in general through its strategic ICT in Arts and Humanities Research  ...  This highlights the need for a major UK digitisation programme, with a co-ordinated approach.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like express their appreciation to everyone who participated in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0961000606063893 fatcat:xfjdty7uafbethzikoexmv7oay

39th European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP) 2016 Barcelona

2016 Perception  
and spreads in a wave-like fashion.  ...  We determined a PSE between a color-only test stimulus and the plaid color contrast, and between a luminance-only test stimulus and the plaid luminance contrast.  ...  Critically, these patterns were nearly identical for exemplar and categorical search.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0301006616671273 fatcat:el2dmsuk6zd25pedijucuexl5m

IJSD Volume 2 2012 Scaffolding the Medium

Claudia Kappenberg, Douglas Rosenberg
2017 The International Journal of Screendance  
works of the evening's programme.  ...  detached from a collective audience, can search for the look of the camera while also asserting control over the look within the fiction. " 12 Mulvey suggests that, whilst made possible by technologies  ...  In her films, such as A Study in Choreography for Camera (1945) and The Very Eye of Night, which saw its New York release in 1959, the dancing body appears to at once transcend the limitations and the  ... 
doi:10.18061/ijsd.v2i0.6131 fatcat:docbe4t2hzfepp4q764r5udnoi

Workplace innovation and social innovation: an introduction

Jürgen Howaldt, Peter R.A. Oeij, Steven Dhondt, Ben Fruytier
2016 World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development  
We are grateful for the comments made on earlier drafts presented at the Second Annual Inscope Research Workshop in 2009 (Netherlands) and the ISA2010 World Sociology Conference (Sweden).  ...  Ben, PhD in sociology and policy sciences, was a prominent member of the Dutch scientific community on work and organisation topics in the Netherlands.  ...  The fifth element: integrated approach and alchemy The sociotechnical design theory is a system's approach, integrating technological and social innovation.  ... 
doi:10.1504/wremsd.2016.073433 fatcat:oc3kpxisrngqtew3bohy5u4ocq

Cell-Out: A Long-Distance Mobile Performance of Scores, Reflections, Confessions

Claudia Brazzale, Leslie Satin
2021 Streetnotes  
Cell-Out" is a performance, a collaborative investigative enactment of physical, spatial, and communicative mobility in urban areas, and an exploration of walking in the digital city through shifts of  ...  The piece centers on a series of compositional scores in which each writer directs the other toward specific actions, places, and areas of focus.  ...  undisturbed in their search for scraps while hairdressers and tailors in their tiny shops on the side of the street continued their activities through the night.  ... 
doi:10.5070/s527048035 fatcat:edt6pavx3rby3ns3tngq2q5j64

Net neutrality - How relevant is it to Australia?

James Endres
2009 Telecommunications Journal of Australia  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Portions of this essay come from earlier testimony before the U.S. Congress. I would like to thank Derek Slater, Carolyn Dalton, and Rick Whitt at Google for their assistance.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors benefited from generous assistance from colleagues and interns including Alana Maurushat, Reg Leones, Adam Arnold and Joanna Chow.  ...  combination of search and advertising, or the book sales giant of Amazon, for example.  ... 
doi:10.2104/tja09022 fatcat:iyhfeahrmverdoaskclswtokx4

Half the battle: civilian morale in Britain during the Second World War

2003 ChoiceReviews  
search for replacements.  ...  Half an hour of seamless dance band music was put out on the Forces Programme three times a day -at mid-morning, mid-afternoon and 10.30 pm.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.41-1149 fatcat:kv24hwocszca5k3cn6r4xybsoi

Lexikos 12

Lexikos Lexikos
2012 Lexikos  
In the treatment of this article a variety of data types have been presented in four search zones that can be clearly perceived by the user and which display a semi-integrated microstructure.  ...  Several human-language technology projects are under way however -in Pretoria for Zulu and Northern Sotho, in Harare for Shona and Zimbabwean Ndebele -and it is expected that in less than a decade there  ...  The locations of graphics must be clearly indicated in the text. Bibliographical details and references in the text Examine recent issues of Lexikos for details. A.  ... 
doi:10.5788/12-0-781 fatcat:dfe3k6paizgh5ojwbqoswpnfiu

Street smart: the New York of Lumet, Allen, Scorsese, and Lee

2006 ChoiceReviews  
Lewis, 59, 294nl5 Wall Street, 15, 105,212,281 Walt Whitman and Raymond V. Ingersoll houses, 212 .  ...  ., 202, 222, 256 Warrilow, David, 132 Warsaw Academy of Dramatic and Musical Arts, 43 Washington, Booker T, 24, 209, 231 Washington, D.C., as film subject, 16 Washington, Denzel, 15, 221, 244, 257  ...  In the midst of this murderous, self-contained world, Aloysius Francis Reilly searches for his own integrity.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.43-3296 fatcat:yjkvbdopjrfixkotkinuelcjia

Branding Burberry: Britishness, Heritage, Labour and Consumption

Sian Weston
2016
Burberry's use of new technologies and social media in tandem with 'heritage' images and products shows how harnessing them together created new and lucrative global markets for the brand.  ...  This thesis examines British fashion company Burberry, and how it moved from its semi-rural craft-based origins in the mid-19th Century, to become a successful, global luxury fashion brand in the 21st  ...  The characters are laughing and chatting together, another searches for something in the fridge, and the action takes place in a domestic kitchen, giving it a cinema verité aesthetic.  ... 
doi:10.25602/gold.00019358 fatcat:krgipv6jz5ehhfe5qk3v5r5pwa

B/order work: recomposing relations in the seamful carescapes of health and social care integration in Scotland [article]

Tamara Mulherin, University Of Edinburgh, Oliver Escobar, John Harries
2022
As people, ageing and living with disabilities, struggle with how care is enacted through their lives, integrated care has gained policy purchase in many places, especially in the United Kingdom.  ...  Despite integrations apparent popularity, its contribution to improved service delivery and outcomes for people has been questioned, exposing ongoing uncertainties about what it entails and its associated  ...  I spent considerable time attending exhibitions and searching for inspiration.  ... 
doi:10.7488/era/2227 fatcat:63p634ei5nazjmqgvkacba66am

Towards Mobility-as-a-Service: a cross-case analysis of public authorities' roles in the development of ICT-supported integrated mobility schemes

Maxime Ugo Julien Audouin
2019
transitions, and contributes to practice by suggesting fourteen recommendations for public authorities interested in a sustainable and impactful development of ICT-supported integrated mobility schemes  ...  Among other elements, the Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) have enabled the development of new solutions having the potential to support a paradigm shift.  ...  But this would not have been the case without the support and help of many people to whom I am eternally grateful.  ... 
doi:10.5075/epfl-thesis-9098 fatcat:eioyzkgdp5dfpm4zy7vuceuav4

Media design [chapter]

Software Takes Command  
Around the middle of the 1990s, the simulated physical media for moving and still image production (cinematography, animation, graphic design, typography), new computer media (3D animation), and new computer  ...  In this chapter I will look at a single cultural area in depth-moving image design-analyzing how the creation and aesthetics of moving images changed dramatically in the 1990s.  ...  library, putting it on a tape drive and then searching for the right part of the tape.  ... 
doi:10.5040/9781472544988.ch-005 fatcat:o2aovnyosjdq7nuyrtkgsqkixm

Language learning in pubs, tea rooms and other non-formal settings

Antonia Mannette
2012
The data collected revealed users of the language have varied reasons for learning Manx, and face obstacles in terms of commitment and opportunity for language use outside of the non-formal settings in  ...  I would also like to thank the Canadian Federation of University Women and Alberta Advanced Education and Technology for their financial support, without which this work would not have been possible.  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to thank all of the kind people of the Isle of Man who took the time out of their often busy lives to speak with me, teach me and help me better understand their language  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3660s fatcat:xaq6l4cu7vhaxknt2n2qg3jtt4
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