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  • The European migration crisis as a factor in foreign market entry decisions of German multinationals: Part 2 – German MNEs and the migration challenge 

    Huyer EB and Trouille JM (2017) The European migration crisis as a factor in foreign market entry decisions of German multinationals: Part 2 – German MNEs and the migration challenge. Studia Europejskie. Accepted for Publication.
    The largest influx of refugees since German unification has generated new challenges and opportunities in Germany’s society, culture, politics and economy. Theory advocates the advantages for international business of ...
  • The European migration crisis as a factor in foreign market entry decisions of German multinationals: Part 1 – Impact of the crisis in Germany 

    Huyer EB and Trouille JM (2017) The European migration crisis as a factor in foreign market entry decisions of German multinationals: Part 1 – Impact of the crisis in Germany. Studia Europejskie. Accepted for Publication.
    The largest influx of refugees since German unification has generated new challenges and opportunities in Germany’s society, culture, politics and economy. Theory advocates the advantages for international business of ...
  • Inside organizations: exploring organizational experiences 

    Johnson CL (2017) Inside organizations: exploring organizational experiences. Action Learning: Research and Practice. 14(2): 211-212.
  • Managing food security through food waste and loss: Small data to big data 

    Irani Z, Sharif AM, Lee H et al (2018) Managing food security through food waste and loss: Small data to big data. Computers and Operations Research. Accepted for publication.
    This paper provides a management perspective of organisational factors that contributes to the reduction of food waste through the application of design science principles to explore causal relationships between food ...
  • From design to operations: a process management life-cycle performance measurement system for Public-Private Partnerships 

    Liu HJ, Love PED, Smith J et al (2018) From design to operations: a process management life-cycle performance measurement system for Public-Private Partnerships. Production Planning and Control. 29(1): 68-83.
    Public–Private Partnerships (PPPs) have become a critical vehicle for delivering infrastructure worldwide. Yet, the use of such a procurement strategy has received considerable criticism, as they have been prone to ...
  • Cost performance of public infrastructure projects: the nemesis and nirvana of change-orders 

    Love PED, Irani Z, Smith J et al (2017) Cost performance of public infrastructure projects: the nemesis and nirvana of change-orders. Production Planning and Control. 28(13): 1081-1092.
    The cost performance of a wide range of public sector infrastructure projects completed by a contractor are analysed and discussed. Change-orders after a contract to construct an asset was signed were, on average, found ...
  • Factors influencing user acceptance of public sector big open data 

    Weerakkody VJP, Kapoor K, Balta ME et al (2017) Factors influencing user acceptance of public sector big open data. Production Planning and Control. 28(11-12): 891-905.
    In recent years Government departments and public/private organisations are becoming increasingly transparent with their data to establish the whole new paradigm of big open data. Increasing research interest arises from ...
  • Online Banking Information Systems Acceptance: An Empirical Examination of System Characteristics and Web Security 

    Hussain Chandio F, Irani Z, Zeki AM et al (2017) Online Banking Information Systems Acceptance: An Empirical Examination of System Characteristics and Web Security. Information Systems Management. 34(1): 50-64.
    Prior work on the technology acceptance model (TAM) is mainly devoted to the influence of TAM’s core motivational factors and their impact on behavioral intent toward IS acceptance. Relatively little research has focused ...
  • Social media and Web 2.0 for knowledge sharing in product design 

    Irani Z, Sharif AM, Papadopoulos T et al (2017) Social media and Web 2.0 for knowledge sharing in product design. Production Planning and Control. 28(13): 1047-1065.
    Working collaboratively with internal and external partners (suppliers, customers and internal stakeholders) has been at the epicentre of product design. Knowledge sharing has been well recognised in this context. However, ...
  • Enabling sustainable energy futures: factors influencing green supply chain collaboration 

    Irani Z, Kamal MM, Sharif A et al (2017) Enabling sustainable energy futures: factors influencing green supply chain collaboration. Production Planning and Control. 28(6-8): 684-705.
    This article explores the relationship between sustainability strategies and future energy needs, supply chains need to reduce their CO2 emissions through developing their green credentials and improving performance. ...
  • A decision support system for vessel speed decision in maritime logistics using weather archive big data 

    Lee H, Aydin N, Choi Y et al (2018) A decision support system for vessel speed decision in maritime logistics using weather archive big data. Computers and Operations Research. Accepted for publication.
    Speed optimization of liner vessels has significant economic and environmental impact for reducing fuel cost and Green House Gas (GHG) emission as the shipping over maritime logistics takes more than 70% of world transportation. ...
  • The impact of organisational justice on ethical behaviour 

    Shah N, Anwar S and Irani Z (2017) The impact of organisational justice on ethical behaviour. International Journal of Business Innovation and Research. 12(2): 240-258.
    Within the workplace, justice is influenced by the interpersonal relationships between colleagues and/or management among other things. The main reason for this research is to examine the correlation between organisational ...
  • People, process and policy perspectives on food security: An exploration using systems archetypes 

    Sharif AM and Irani Z (2016) People, process and policy perspectives on food security: An exploration using systems archetypes. Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy. 10(3): 359-367.
    This paper aims to identify a wider holistic view of the inter-relationships relating to food security from a people, process and policy perspective. This is so that decision and policy makers can identify relevant alignments ...
  • Sustainable food security futures: Perspectives on food waste and information across the food supply chain 

    Irani Z and Sharif AM (2016) Sustainable food security futures: Perspectives on food waste and information across the food supply chain. Journal of Enterprise Information Management. 29(2): 171-178.
    The purpose of this paper is to signpost the genesis of food security and associated factors such that organisations, enterprises, policy makers and interested stakeholders can seek to explore and understand this important ...
  • Making Sense of Rework Causation in Offshore Hydrocarbon projects 

    Love PED, Ackerman F, Smith J (2016) Making Sense of Rework Causation in Offshore Hydrocarbon projects. Project Management Journal. 47(4): 16-28.
  • The role of e-participation and open data in evidence-based policy decision making in local government 

    Sivarajah U, Weerakkody VJP, Waller P et al (2016) The role of e-participation and open data in evidence-based policy decision making in local government. Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce. 26(1-2): 64-79.
    The relationships between policies, their values, and outcomes are often difficult for citizens and policymakers to assess due to the complex nature of the policy lifecycle. With the opening of data by public administrations, ...
  • Localising Professional Skills Development Strategies in the GCC: Research and Policy Considerations for Qatar 

    Weerakkody VJP, Al-Esmail R, Hindi NM et al (2015) Localising Professional Skills Development Strategies in the GCC: Research and Policy Considerations for Qatar. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science. 5(9): 133-140.
    This paper examines the issues and challenges faced by Qatar, a developing Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) country, when localising established professional skills development strategies used in developed countries. The ...
  • Performance measures and metrics in outsourcing decisions: A review for research and applications 

    Gunasekaran A, Irani Z, Choy K-L et al (2015) Performance measures and metrics in outsourcing decisions: A review for research and applications. International Journal of Production Economics. 161: 153-166.
    Outsourcing, an operations strategy that influences the performance of a supply chain, has become an important component of global operations management. An effective global sourcing strategy helps companies to manage the ...
  • A User Satisfaction Study of London's Congestion Charge e-Service: A Citizen Perspective 

    Lee H, Sivarajah U, Molnar A et al (2015) A User Satisfaction Study of London's Congestion Charge e-Service: A Citizen Perspective. International Journal of Electronic Government Research. 11(2): 35-50.
    The importance of evaluation and optimization of electronic government (e-government) services is imperative if the government organisations are to have an effective impact on the success and take-up of the services offered. ...
  • I-MEET Framework for the Evaluation eGovernment Services from Engaging Stakeholders' Perspectives 

    Osman IH, Anouze AL, Hindi NM et al (2014) I-MEET Framework for the Evaluation eGovernment Services from Engaging Stakeholders' Perspectives. European Scientific Journal. 1: 17-29.
    I-MEET is an Integrated Model for Evaluating E-government services Transformation from stakeholders' perspectives. It is based on an integration of concepts from value chain management and business process transformation ...

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