Browsing by Author "Childerhouse, Paul"

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  • Enabling seamless market-orientated supply chains

    Childerhouse, Paul; Towill, Denis R. (Inderscience Publishers, 2006)
    A decade after the publication of the concept of smooth material flow via four fundamental principles related to the work of Jay Forrester and John Burbidge (FORRIDGE) the influence of this work on academe and industry is ...
  • Industrial engineering priorities for improved demand chain performance

    Towill, Denis R.; Childerhouse, Paul (Emerald, 2011)
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to exploit site-based research evidence from a range of value streams so as to prioritise the industrial engineering (IE) foci necessary to move towards the goal of a seamless demand ...
  • A Method for Reconciling Subjectivist and Objectivist Assumptions in Management Research

    Böhme, Tillmann; Childerhouse, Paul; Deakins, Eric; Towill, Denis R. (Sage, 2012)
    Application of objectivist methodological assumptions and overreliance on mathematical analysis can cause researchers to oversimplify reality and thereby generate rigorously derived theories and recommendations that lack ...
  • On the impact of order volatility in the European automotive sector

    Childerhouse, Paul; Disney, S.M.; Towill, D.R. (Elsevier, 2008)
    Order volatility is an unfortunate fact of life facing most suppliers of both products and services. In this paper we are concerned with establishing the magnitude of the problem faced by the European automotive sector. ...
  • Retail value stream management

    Powell, Mark; Childerhouse, Paul (Inderscience, 2010)
    In this paper the authors translate, integrate and synthesise supply chain management concepts for application in the retail sector. Although a number of best practice retail supply chains have been well popularised, the ...