Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Management Science & Operations

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Created: 2010-06-08 17:25
Institution: Judge Business School
Description: Cutting-edge expert commentary, analysis and business insights on the management science and operational issues of the day from Cambridge Judge Business School's global faculty, associates and guest speakers.
 

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A total solution

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The Cambridge Service Alliance (CSA) digs down to find out what's happening in the 'Servitisation of Manufacturing'! Professor Andy Neely, Director of the CSA and Fellow of...

Collection: Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Management Science & Operations

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Thu 21 Jul 2011


Building bridges!

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Dr Chris Tyler is the new Executive Director of CSaP (Centre for Science and Policy) based at Cambridge Judge Business School. Their seminars, policy placements, fellows and...

Collection: Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Management Science & Operations

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Tue 28 Sep 2010


Does Britain need a car industry?

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Dr Matthias Holweg explains why the UK government needs to stop its ambivalent attitude towards the declining UK car industry, which although still competitive, is very fragile....

Collection: Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Management Science & Operations

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Tue 15 Jun 2010


Knowledge workers and the need for 'seduction'

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Knowledge workers of the future may not respond to traditional management models of 'command and control', says Professor Arnoud De Meyer, Director of Cambridge Judge Business...

Collection: Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Management Science & Operations

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Wed 9 Jun 2010


Leaning towards a tranformation

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In the current contracting economy, the pressure to achieve better cost savings is higher than ever. In the fourth edition of The Lean Toolbox Dr Matthias Holweg and his co-author...

Collection: Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Management Science & Operations

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Tue 15 Jun 2010


Shift to services vital for UK industry

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New research reveals 12 steps for those who want to follow a business model innovation approach to service provision. The findings are also particularly relevant for policy-makers...

Collection: Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Management Science & Operations

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Tue 20 Sep 2011


Smart factories create competitive advantage for global manufacturers

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A new model for understanding how multinationals can gain a competitive edge from their manufacturing networks has been created as a result of a recent study by Professor Arnoud...

Collection: Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Management Science & Operations

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Wed 16 Jun 2010


Swift, even flow

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"To improve your productivity you need to do two things," explains Professor Roger Schmenner. "Reduce sector variation and reduce the throughput time. In doing so you will uncover...

Collection: Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Management Science & Operations

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Thu 12 Jul 2012


The logic of luck

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Today's ICT revolution is changing the way corporations, governments and non-profits are organised. The pyramid hierarchy is being replaced by a complex network of nodes where...

Collection: Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Management Science & Operations

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Tue 15 Jun 2010