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An empirical test of the rigid flexibility model
Collins, R.S.; Cordon, C.; Julien, D.
Differences in manufacturing strategy decisions between Japanese and Western manufacturing plants: the role of strategic time orientation
Voss, C.; Blackmon, K.
An empirical investigation of the antecedents and consequences of manufacturing goal achievement in North American, European and Pan Pacific firms
Narasimhan, R.; Jayaram, J.
An international comparison of environmental management in operations: the impact of manufacturing flexibility in the U.S. and Germany
Klassen, R.D.; Angell, L.C.
International manufacturing networks-to develop global competitive capabilities
Shi, Y.; Gregory, M.
The internationalization process model through the lens of the global color picture tube industry
Khurana, A.; Talbot, B.
Stages of global sourcing strategy evolution: an exploratory study
Bozarth, C.; Handfield, R.; Das, A.
A comparative study on the structural relationships of manufacturing practices, lead time and productivity in Japan and Korea
Rho, B.; Yu Y.-M.
Forecasting accuracy: comparing the relative effectiveness of practices between seven developed countries
Wacker, J.G.; Sprague, L.G.
An investigation of the relationship between global manufacturing practices and outcomes in machine tools and textile industries
Kadipasaoglu, S.N.; Hurley, S.F.; Foote, J.L.; Khumawala, B.M.