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Awards for Excellence - 2009

Outstanding Papers - Operations, Logistics & Quality


Award journal index



Baltic Journal of Management

Winner

Volume 3 number 1
Are pay satisfaction and pay fairness the same construct? A cross-country examination among the self-employed in Latvia, Germany, the UK, and the USA
Vida Scarpello and Shawn M. Carraher

Highly commended

Volume 3 number 2
A national identity perspective on collectivistic attitudes and perception of organisational culture
Rebekka Vedina and Maaja Vadi


Chinese Management Studies

Winner

Volume 2 number 1
Diversification of Chinese companies: an international comparison
Joseph P.H. Fan, Jun Huang, Felix Oberholzer-Gee, Troy D. Smith and Mengxin Zhao

Highly commended

Volume 2 number 3
Analyzing work attitudes of Chinese employees A comparison between state-owned and privately-owned enterprises in China
Xiaohui Wang

Outstanding reviewer

Professor John Humphreys


EuroMed Journal of Business

Winner

Volume 3 number 1
A portfolio approach to develop a theory of future management accounting systems
Erkki K. Laitinen

Highly commended

Volume 3 number 2
EU enlargement: a case study of branding standardisation
T.C. Melewar, David Hayday, Suraksha Gupta, Geraldine Cohen

Volume 3 number 2
Medium-size enterprises in industrial districts: an exploratory study
Lorenzo Zanni, Barbara Aquilani, Michela Magliacani

Volume 3 number 3
The driving forces of internet adoption: An empirical examination from the Portuguese non-profit sector
Jos


Industrial Management & Data Systems

Winner

Volume 108 number 2
Supply chain challenges of North-European paper industry
Pekka Koskinen and Dr Olli-Pekka Hilmola


International Journal of Logistics Management

Winner

Volume 19 number 2
Supply chain integration and performance: a review of the evidence
Nathalie Fabbe-Costes and Marianne Jahre

Highly commended

Volume 19 number 3
On-shelf availability: the case of a UK grocery retailer
John Fernie and David B. Grant

Volume 19 number 1
The supply base reduction process: an empirical investigation
Jeffrey A. Ogden and Phillip L. Carter

Outstanding reviewer

Chad Autry


International Journal of Managing Projects in Business

Winner

Volume 1 number 4
Project business as a research field
Karlos Artto and Jaakko Kujala

Outstanding reviewer

Dr Ralf Muller


International Journal of Operations & Production Management

Winner

Volume 28 number 6
Transferring Japanese kaizen activities to overseas plants in China
Katsuki Aoki

Highly commended

Volume 28 number 1
Strategic capabilities and internet resources in procurement A resource-based view of B-to-B buying process
Andrea Ordanini and Gaia Rubera

Volume 28 number 9
The climate for co-operation: buyer-supplier beliefs and behavior
David A. Johnston and Mehmet Murat Kristal

Volume 28 number 3
Performance measurement in strategic buyer-supplier relationships The mediating role of socialization mechanisms
Paul D. Cousins, Benn Lawson and Brian Squire


International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management

Winner

Volume 25 number 8
Organizational citizenship behaviour (OCB), TQM and performance at the maquiladora
Joo Y. Jung and Soonkwan Hong

Highly commended

Volume 25 number 4
Pay-off selection criteria for quality and improvement initiatives
Natcha Thawesaengskulthai and James D.T. Tannock

Volume 25 number 9
The impact of internal service quality on customer service behaviour Evidence from the banking sector
Victoria Bellou and Andreas Andronikidis

Outstanding reviewer

Dr. Girish Prayag


International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management

Winner

Volume 36 number 11
An assessment of operational efficiencies in the UK retail sector
Wantao Yu and Ramakrishnan Ramanathan

Highly commended

Volume 36 number 8
B2C e-commerce logistics: the rise of collection-and-delivery points in The Netherlands
Jesse W.J. Weltevreden

Volume 36 number 5
'Switched': store-switching behaviours
Anne Findlay and Leigh Sparks

Outstanding reviewer

Michelle Kunz


Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management

Dr Theo Williamson Award
Named after Dr Theo Williamson, who died in May 1992. He was Director of R&D at Molins plc and subsequently became Group Director at Rank Xerox. He was one of the great engineering innovators of his time and is probably best known for his work in developing System 24, acknowledged by the US Patent Office as the world’s first integrated flexible manufacturing system.

Winner

Volume 19 number 3
Development of practitioner guidelines for partnerships between start-ups and large firms
Tim Minshall, Letizia Mortara, Stelios Elia and David Probert

Highly commended

Volume 19 number 8
Operational implications of early supplier involvement in semiconductor manufacturing firms A case study
Yuan-Yuan Jiao, Jun Du, Roger J. Jiao and David L. Butler

Volume 19 number 5
The cellular manufacturing paradox: a critical review of simulation studies
He

Volume 19 number 3
Global engineering networks (GEN)Drivers, evolution, configuration, performance and key patterns
Yufeng Zhang, Mike Gregory and Yongjiang Shi


Journal of Modelling in Management

Winner

Volume 3 number 3
The simultaneous identification of strategic/performance groups and underlying dimensions for assessing an industry's competitive structure
Wayne S. DeSarbo, Rajdeep Grewal and Qiong Wang

Highly commended

Volume 3 number 1
Availability modeling of screening system of a paper plant using GSPN
Anish Sachdeva, Dinesh Kumar and Pradeep Kumar

Volume 3 number 2
Relative efficiency measures for the knowledge economies in the Asia Pacific region
Hui Boon Tan, Chee Wooi Hooy, Sardar M.N. Islam and Alex Manzoni


Journal of Quality in Maintenance Engineering

Winner

Volume 14 number 2
Simultaneous determination of production lot size and preventive maintenance schedule for unreliable production system
Anis Chelbi, Nidhal Rezg and Mehdi Radhoui

Highly commended

Volume 14 number 4
An optimum condition-based replacement and spare provisioning policy based on Markov chains
Ling Wang, Jian Chu and Weijie Mao

Volume 14 number 2
Modelling preventive maintenance for auxiliary components
Salman T. Al-Mishari Aand S.M.A. Suliman

Volume 14 number 3
Developing A Six Sigma Maintenance Model
Andrew Thomas, Richard Barton and Paul Byard


Journal of Service Management

Winner

Volume 19 number 4
The service recovery paradox: true but overrated?
Stefan Michel and Matthew L. Meuter

Highly commended

Volume 19 number 2
Internal service - barriers, flows and assessment
Robert Johnston

Volume 19 number 3
Linking employee perceptions of collective efficacy in self-managing service teams with customer-perceived service quality A psychometric assessment
Ad de Jong and Martin Wetzels and Ko de Ruyter

Volume 19 number 4
Key strategies for the successful involvement of customers in the co-creation of new technology-based services
Per Kristensson, Jonas Matthing and Niklas Johansson

Outstanding reviewer

Anna Mattila


Journal of Technology Management in China

Winner

Volume 3 number 2
Technology strategy and China's technology capacity building
Arnoud de Meyer


Managing Service Quality

Winner

Volume 18 number 6
The nature of the service quality and satisfaction relationship Empirical evidence for the existence of satisfiers and dissatisfiers
Birgit Leisen Pollack

Highly commended

Volume 18 number 4
The impact of customers' perception of varying degrees of customer service on commitment and perceived relative attractiveness
Tor W. Andreassen and Line L. Olsen

Volume 18 number 2
Value in use through service experience
Sara Sandstr

Volume 18 number 4
Innovation of product-related services
Heiko Gebauer, Regine Krempl, Elgar Fleisch and Thomas Friedli

Outstanding reviewers

Hyun Jeong (Jenny) Kim
Jae-Eun Chung


Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management

Winner

Volume 3 number 1
The 'I', the 'me' and the 'you know': identifying identities in organisations
Nancy Harding

Highly commended

Volume 3 number 1
Organizing: how to study it and how to write about it
Barbara Czarniawska

Volume 3 number 2
Working with stories: diverse tales of organizational life
Paula Hyde


Strategic Outsourcing

Winner

Volume 1 number 1
Global outsourcing of back office services: lessons, trends, and enduring challenges
Mary C. Lacity, Leslie P. Willcocks and Joseph W. Rottman

Highly commended

Volume 1 number 1
Emerging shared service organizations and the service-oriented enterprise Critical management issues
Marijn Janssen and Anton Joha

Volume 1 number 2
Should it stay or should it go? Examining the shared services or outsourcing decision
Anthony Hesketh

Volume 1 number 3
Towards a developing country firm perspective on outsourcing
Michael W. Hansen, Henrik Schaumburg-M

Outstanding reviewer

Professor Jan de Vries


Supply Chain Management

Winner

Volume 13 number 1
The challenges of supply strategy selection in a project environment: evidence from UK naval shipbuilding
Joe Sanderson and Andrew Cox

Highly commended

Volume 13 number 2
Supply chain collaboration: capabilities for continuous innovation
Claudine A. Soosay, Paul W. Hyland and Mario Ferrer

Volume 13 number 2
Longitudinal assessment of an integrated industrial supply chain
Dean Elmuti, William Minnis and Michael Abebe

Volume 13 number 5
A composite framework of supply chain management and enterprise planning for small and medium-sized manufacturing enterprises
Neil Towers and Bernard Burnes

Outstanding reviewer

Damian Power


The TQM Journal

Winner

Volume 20 number 1
Integration of CRM and QFD A novel model for enhancing customer participation in design and delivery
Arash Shahin and Payam Nikneshan

Highly commended

Volume 20 number 4
Affective design of waiting areas in primary healthcare
Ebru Ayas, J

Volume 20 number 5
Modify IPA for quality improvement: Taguchi's signal-to-noise ratio approach
Yu-Cheng Lee, Tieh-Min Yen and Chih-Hung Tsai

Volume 20 number 1
How organisations can learn from complaints
J.F.J. Vos, G.B. Huitema and E. de Lange-Ros

Outstanding reviewer

Jan Frick


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