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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Operational research in business and economics.
[Place of publication not identified] : Springer, 2016
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|Description:||1 online resource|
|Contents:||Preface; Contents; List of Contributors; The Application of a Business Process Modeling Architecture in the Supply Chain of a Manufacturing Company: A Case Study; 1 Introduction; 2 The Adopted Integrated Architecture; 3 Case Study: Application of the Integrated Architecture in a Manufacturing Company; 3.1 Case Study Company Description; 3.2 Case Study Research Approach; 3.3 General Description of the Study; 3.4 Application of the Business Process Modeling Architecture; 3.5 Results of Architectureś Application; 4 Conclusions; References. How Environmental Knowledge of Managers Plays a Critical Role in Implementing Green Supply Chain Management1 Introduction; 2 Theoretical Underpinning: Hypotheses Development; 3 Methodology; 3.1 Research Framework; 3.2 Sample Selection; 3.3 Questionnaire Structure; 3.4 Variable Description: Statistical Test; 4 Results and Discussion; 4.1 How Environmental Awareness of Managers/Owners of SMEs Affect Their Propensity to Invest in Green Supply Chain Management ... ; 4.2 How the Knowledge About Benefits of Green Supply Chain Management Practices Are Positively Related to Green Supply Chain M ... 4.3 How the Knowledge of Managers/Owners About the Barriers of Implementing Green Supply Chain Management Practices Make Them ... 5 Conclusions; References; Retail Category Management: A Review on Assortment and Shelf-Space Planning Models; 1 Introduction; 2 Definitions and Scope of Retail Category Management; 3 Related Literature and Empirical Studies; 3.1 Customer Driven Substitution; 3.2 Consumer Perceptions of Assortment Variety; 3.3 The Sales: Space Relationship; 4 Consumer Choice Modeling and Demand Estimation; 4.1 Utility Based Models; 4.1.1 Multinomial Logit Model. 4.1.2 Locational Demand Model4.2 Exogenous Demand Model; 4.3 Space Elastic Demand Models; 4.3.1 Own-Space Elastic Demand Models; 4.3.2 Own- and Cross-Space Elastic Demand Models; 4.4 Demand Estimation; 4.4.1 Demand Estimation with MNL Model; 4.4.2 Demand Estimation with Exogenous Demand Model; 5 Scientific Models for Retail Category Planning; 5.1 Scientific Models for Assortment Planning; 5.1.1 Assortment Planning with MNL; 5.1.2 Assortment Planning with Exogenous Demand Models; 5.1.3 Assortment Planning Under Locational Choice Demand Models. 5.1.4 Assortment Planning in Decentralized Supply Chains5.1.5 Dynamic Assortment Planning with Demand Learning; 5.2 Scientific Models for Shelf Space Planning; 5.2.1 Shelf Space Allocation Models with Own Space-Elastic Demand; 5.2.2 Shelf Space Allocation Models with Own Space- and Cross-Space Elastic Demand; 5.2.3 Integrated Shelf Space Allocation and Inventory Planning Models; 6 Conclusions; References; Cultural and Creative Industries Innovation Strategies for New Service Development Using MCDA; 1 Introduction; 2 Literature Review; 3 Methodology; 3.1 Data and Variables.|