Modelling Value

Selected Papers of the 1st International Conference on Value Chain Management

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ISBN: 978-3-7908-2746-0 (Print) 978-3-7908-2747-7 (Online)

Table of contents (20 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxi

  2. Keynotes

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-36

      Competition, Collaboration, and Creating Value in the Value Chain

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      Pages 37-47

      The Role of Decoupling Points in Value Chain Management

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      Pages 49-64

      Evaluating the Effectiveness of Experiential Learning for Motivating Value Chain Stakeholders to Adopt New Ways of Capturing Value

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      Pages 65-75

      Measurement of Lean Value Chains: Efficiency and Effectiveness

  3. Best Paper

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 77-77

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      Pages 79-97

      Product Returns and Customer Value: A Footware Industry Case

  4. Searching for Value: Creating Value

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 99-99

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      Pages 101-118

      Cooperative Engagement to Define and Deliver Client Value in the Construction Industry

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      Pages 119-148

      An Investigation of ROCE and Its Drivers: Empirical Analysis of European Companies

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      Pages 149-166

      When Do Direct Mailings Create Value for Companies? Implications of an Experimental Study in Consumer Goods Markets

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      Pages 167-186

      Fair Distribution of Added Values in Networks of Autonomous Actors

  5. Value Chain Models: Decision-Making

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 187-187

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      Pages 189-206

      Habit, Affect, and Cognition: A Constructivist Model on How They Shape Decision Making

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      Pages 207-229

      Emotions in Organisational Buying Behaviour: A Qualitative Empirical Investigation in Austria

  6. Value Chain Models: Complexity

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 231-231

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      Pages 233-256

      Complexity in Global Value Networks: Facilitation of Value Network Boundary Spanning Decisions from a Complexity Perspective

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      Pages 257-271

      Measuring the Cost of Complexity in Supply Chains: Comparison of Weighted Entropy and the Bullwhip Effect Index

  7. Value Chain Models: Lean Value Chains

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 273-273

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      Pages 275-291

      Leagility in Healthcare: A Start-Up Case Study

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      Pages 293-312

      Lean Production in Austrian Industrial Companies: An Empirical Investigation

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      Pages 313-328

      Lean, a Tool Set or a Mind Set? A Healthcare Case Study

  8. Value Chain Models: Supply and Value Chains

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 329-329

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      Pages 331-352

      Servicing Individual Product Variants within Value Chains with an Ontology

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      Pages 353-370

      Offshorability Along the Value Chain: A Task-Based Approach

  9. Real World Implementations

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 371-371

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      Pages 373-391

      Modelling Transformations in a Complete Fresh Food Value Network

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      Pages 393-416

      Exploring the Role of Business Support Agencies in Value Chain Management of the Medical Device Industry

  10. Back Matter

    Pages 417-418