Reiner, G., Fichtinger, J., Schodl, R., & Poiger, M. (Eds.). (2013). Trendberichte zum Operations Management – Eine Festschrift für Werner Jammernegg. Frankfurt: PL Academic Research.
Mit dieser Festschrift möchten die Herausgeber und Autoren ihre Wertschätzung für Univ.-Prof. Dr. Werner Jammernegg zum Ausdruck bringen. Seine Schwerpunkte in der Forschung und Lehre liegen in den Bereichen Operations Management und Supply Chain Management. Seine aktuellen Forschungsthemen beschäftigen sich im Detail mit dem Lagermanagement, Supply Chain Risk Management und Green Supply Chains. Insgesamt 20 Autoren behandeln in ihren Beiträgen aktuelle Themen des Operations Managements, strategische Handlungsfelder, Entscheidungsunterstützung, Optimierung, empirische Forschung und Konzepte für die Lehre.
Reiner, G. (Ed.). (2009). Rapid Modelling for Increasing Competitiveness – Tools and Mindset. London: Springer.
This proceedings volume of selected papers presented at the 1st Rapid Modelling Conference „Increasing Competitiveness – Tools and Mindset“ gives a state-of-the-art overview of current research and new developments in the field of rapid modelling linked with lead time reduction. Rapid Modelling is generally based on queuing theory, but other mathematical modelling techniques are of interest, as are simulation models to facilitate the transfer of knowledge from theory to application, providing the theoretical foundations for successful lead time reduction. Rapid Modelling for Increasing Competitiveness suggests that companies which are equipped for speed, with innovative processes, will outperform their slower competitors in many industries. The research papers presented in this book can be used to support the exchange of knowledge – between researchers, as well as practitioners – on the subject of increasing competitiveness through speed.
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The EurOMA 2015 Conference theme is Operations Management for Sustainable Competitiveness. This topic addresses the changing requirementsduring crises and economic recovery; research should explore, in particular, in which way Operations Management for products and services may tackle economic, environmental and social performance objectives while keeping businesses financially sound. Against the background of these comprehensive performance dimensions, Operations Management indispensably needs to generate innovations in order to remain competitive. Based on the tradition of the EurOMA conferences we seek a balance between academia and practice, manufacturing and service aspects, public sector and private sector etc... The Call for Papers attracted 626 abstracts this year. Using a double-blind review process, the 130 members of the Scientific Committee reviewed the abstracts and provided timely feedback to the authors. Of the submitted abstracts 481 were accepted and 145 were rejected. The accepted papers resulted in 380 full papers in the scientific programme. With 3 papers subsequently withdrawn, there are 377 paper presentations in prospect