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|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Framework for assessing the strategic plant role and deploying an improvement roadmap in global operations networks: an empirical study|
|Keywords:||global operations network|
strategic plant role
|Citation:||Mediavilla M, Errasti A & Mendibil K (2015) Framework for assessing the strategic plant role and deploying an improvement roadmap in global operations networks: an empirical study. Production Planning and Control, 26 (10), pp. 799-823. https://doi.org/10.1080/09537287.2014.990067|
|Abstract:||In the current global economy, with an increased international presence of all types of organisations, the design and management of global operations networks (GON) plays a vital role in organisational competitiveness. Whilst all types of organisations are facing significant challenges for managing increasingly complex global operations, current literature on GONs is still limited in its scope. The aim of this paper is to discuss the development and evaluation of a construct for assessing the strategic plant role and developing of an improvement roadmap in GONs. This research makes a contribution to current knowledge on global operations by extending the model proposed by Ferdows in ‘Making the Most of Foreign Factories’ (HBR, 1997) and operationalising it to enable its application for the design and optimisation of GONs.|
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