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May you live in interesting times...the emergence of theory-driven empirical research
Melnyk, S.A.; Handfield, R.B.
The scientific theory-building process: a primer using the case of TQM
Handfield, R.B.; Melnyk, S.A.
Relationships between theory-driven empirical research in operations management and other disciplines
A definition of theory: research guidelines for different theory-building research methods in operations management
The empirical assessment of construct validity
Norman, R.; Wells, R.; Neumann, P.; Frank, J.; Shannon, H.; Kerr, M.; O'Leary-Kelly, S.W.; J. Vokurka, R.
An assessment of survey research in POM: from constructs to theory
Burgess-Limerick, R.; Plooy, A.; Ankrum, D.R.; Malhotra, M.K.; Grover, V.
Configurations in manufacturing strategy: a review and directions for future research
Bozarth, C.; Mcdermott, C.
Building operations management theory through case and field research
Sun, J.; Hang, Y.; Tsuang, Y.; Cheng, C.; Tsao, K.; Hsu, S.; Meredith, J.
Iterative triangulation: a theory development process using existing case studies
Cristofolini, L.; Bini, S.; Toni, A.; Lewis, M.W.
Innovation implementation in high technology manufacturing: A chaos-theoretic empirical analysis
Jayanthi, S.; Sinha, K.K.
Linking the customer contact model to service quality
Burnett, A.F.; Barrett, C.J.; Marshall, R.N.; Elliott, B.C.; Day, R.E.; Soteriou, A.C.; Chase, R.B.
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