Single points of failure become more consequential as a larger proportion of the internet's biggest sites are managed by a small number of externally hosted DNS providers. Providers could encourage diversification by requiring domain owners to select a secondary DNS provider. Companies pay close attention when a competitor drops out of the market, according to new research by Joshua Lev Krieger.
Too often, though, they come to the wrong conclusion. This study shows that a large and dynamic supply chain economy plays a crucial role in innovation and in the creation of well-paid jobs. Traded service suppliers are particularly important. Policies that help suppliers access skilled labor, buyers, and capital could be beneficial for fostering innovation and economic growth. This paper provides a novel industry categorization that quantifies the supply chain economy in the United States.
Suppliers of goods, and particularly services, to business and government are a distinct and large sector, and play an important role in national innovation and economic performance. While no one likes standing in line for service, being last intensifies the pain of waiting, doubles the probability of switching queues, and quadruples the chances of leaving the line altogether.
Many service settings could be improved if managers actively mitigated last place aversion. When buyers transact with sellers, they select not only whom to transact with but also for how long.
This paper develops a model of optimal contract duration arising from underlying supply costs and transaction costs. The model allows for the quantification of transaction costs, which are often unobserved, and the impact of these costs on welfare.
With the help of LEGO bricks, Stefan Thomke helps business executives discover how design principles can serve as building blocks to create a great customer experience. Suppliers face increasing pressure from the institutional environment as well as demands from buyers to improve working conditions. This study analyzes the internal organizational dynamics of more than 3, supplier firms in 55 countries. Findings call for looking beyond the symbolism of organizational structures and attending to how they can be linked with real implementation and improvement.
Mobile money agents in the developing world face a key inventory management challenge: How much cash and e-float should be held to minimize both stockouts and excess working capital? The authors develop two inventory models and show substantial inventory cost reduction with a large dataset of East African mobile money transactions.
Harvard Business School professors Jose Alvarez and Len Schlesinger see good times ahead for consumers as well as both companies.
What do YOU think? Once production of your article has started, you can track the status of your article via Track Your Accepted Article. When authors co-submit and publish a data article in Data in Brief , it appears on ScienceDirect linked to the original research article in this journal. The mission of Journal of Operations Management JOM is to publish original, empirical operations management research that demonstrates both academic and practical relevance.
Academic relevance means the research contributes to on-going academic discussions and debates on relevant topics in operations Academic relevance means the research contributes to on-going academic discussions and debates on relevant topics in operations management.
All manuscripts published in JOM must, in one way or another, also transcend the immediate empirical context in which the research is embedded. An ideal manuscript is one that simultaneously takes the context seriously is empirically disciplined and seeks some sense of generality.
Practical relevance means the manuscript links explicitly to an actual, relevant managerial challenge. While manuscripts published in JOM do not necessarily have to give advice to managers, they must have something non-obvious to say about the practice of operations management.
In preparing your manuscript, ask yourself: Do I think I could keep a manager interested in talking about my research for an hour? What would I say, what would I argue? An ideal manuscript balances rigor with relevance and offers a novel aspect to a topic of contemporary concern. Novelty does not necessarily mean focusing on emerging phenomena, novel approaches to examinations of established phenomena are equally interesting and relevant.
JOM is first and foremost an academic journal where OM scholars push the boundaries of knowledge by rigorous, original research. Our readership is similarly by and large academic, although we also encourage work that garners the practitioner's attention.
We do not, however, publish manuscripts whose primary audience is the practitioner; academic relevance is always a necessary condition.
JOM's distinctive emphasis is on the management of operations: The scope encompasses both for-profit and non-profit operations. Whatever the topic and context, operations must be at the heart of the research question, not just in the context. For example, work on charismatic leadership at a manufacturing plant is within the scope only if the research question links clearly to the management of operations the vast majority of work on charismatic leadership does not ; the fact that the empirical context is manufacturing does not constitute a sufficient condition.
Papers published in JOM must be about operations management, and they have to link to authentic practical operational questions and challenges. This does not mean all work must be motivated by practical considerations, it means the link to practice must be credible, and something that is considered at the outset of the research endeavor, not merely as an implication.
Authors cannot simply assume or declare that knowledge produced strictly for academic purposes can be "translated" or "implemented" to make it practically relevant. We encourage primarily empirical research that is grounded in relevant operations management problems. Non-empirical work is not categorically excluded, but because demonstrating both academic and practical relevance is difficult in typical conceptual work e. We also welcome empirically-grounded analytic models, the guidelines for which can be found here.
We promote no specific methodology or epistemology. We encourage diversity both in terms of theoretical bases and empirical approaches. On methodological matters, the key considerations are rigor and fit: Is the work methodologically transparent? Do the claims plausibly follow from the premises? Is there a fit between the research question and the methodology used? All these questions are agnostic to the kind of methodology used or the epistemological foundation embraced.
Finally, while some of JOM's departments see below may be more suitable to interdisciplinary work, it makes no sense to discourage paradigmatically more focused, unidisciplinary work, if it provides good fit with the research question.
General topics covered by the journal are divided into nine departments. Click on the links for departmental missions statements, which describe the aims and scope of each department:. Operations Interfaces Department 6. Strategy and Organization 8. Home Journals Journal of Operations Management. Journal of Operations Management. Suzanne de Treville , Tyson Browning. Submit Your Paper Enter your login details below.
ABC analysis in operations management is used in inventory management. To answer the first question follow the following steps: 1. Multiply the .
- Operations Management The purpose of this paper is to describe the importance of operations management to a health care organization. In addition, the author of this .
The mission of Journal of Operations Management (JOM) is to publish original, empirical operations management research that demonstrates both academic and practical relevance. Academic relevance means the research contributes to on-going academic discussions and debates on relevant topics in operations management. Sample Research Paper on Operations Management I would like to start by saying that operations risks is a risk of loss as a result of inadequate, improper and failed internal corporate processes, employees, human capital .
Read this Business Research Paper and over 88, other research documents. Operations Management. An Introduction to Operations Management Compiled by: Yosef N School of Graduate Studies Unity University College Addis Ababa March /5(1). Operations Management Final Research Paper 1. Running head: OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT: NON-PROFIT 1 Operations Management: Non-Profit Animal Sanctuary Laura Ankerson Globe University 2.