Martin Spring
Martin Spring
Professor of Operations Management, Lancaster University Management School
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Flexibility from a supply chain perspective: definition and review
M Stevenson, M Spring
International journal of operations & production management 27 (7), 685-713, 2007
6622007
Third party logistics: a literature review and research agenda
K Selviaridis, M Spring
The international journal of logistics management 18 (1), 125-150, 2007
6372007
Services, products, and the institutional structure of production
L Araujo, M Spring
Industrial Marketing Management 35 (7), 797-805, 2006
3562006
Service, services and products: rethinking operations strategy
M Spring, L Araujo
International Journal of Operations & Production Management 29 (5), 444-467, 2009
3542009
The sites and practices of business models
K Mason, M Spring
Industrial Marketing Management 40 (6), 1032-1041, 2011
3112011
Product customisation and manufacturing strategy
M Spring, JF Dalrymple
International Journal of Operations & Production Management 20 (4), 441-467, 2000
2372000
Customer roles in service supply chains and opportunities for innovation
SE Sampson, M Spring
Journal of Supply Chain Management 48 (4), 30-50, 2012
1562012
Supply chain flexibility: an inter-firm empirical study
M Stevenson, M Spring
International Journal of Operations & Production Management 29 (9), 946-971, 2009
1432009
Beyond the service factory: Service innovation in manufacturing supply networks
M Spring, L Araujo
Industrial marketing management 42 (1), 59-70, 2013
1422013
Service triads: A research agenda for buyer–supplier–customer triads in business services
F Wynstra, M Spring, T Schoenherr
Journal of Operations Management 35, 1-20, 2015
1242015
“One more time: how do you win orders?”: a critical reappraisal of the Hill manufacturing strategy framework
M Spring, R Boaden
International Journal of Operations & Production Management 17 (8), 757-779, 1997
791997
System dynamics modelling for supply‐chain management: A case study on a supermarket chain in the UK
Y Ge, JB Yang, N Proudlove, M Spring
International Transactions in Operational Research 11 (5), 495-509, 2004
772004
New product design and development: a generic model
AJ Peters, EM Rooney, JH Rogerson, RE McQuater, M Spring, BG Dale
The TQM Magazine 11 (3), 172-179, 1999
751999
The use of quality tools and techniques in product introduction: an assessment methodology
M Spring, R McQuater, K Swift, B Dale, J Booker
The TQM Magazine 10 (1), 45-50, 1998
711998
The dynamics of business service exchanges: insights from logistics outsourcing
K Selviaridis, M Spring
Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management 16 (3), 171-184, 2010
682010
Product biographies in servitization and the circular economy
M Spring, L Araujo
Industrial Marketing Management 60, 126-137, 2017
652017
JIT purchasing in the Spanish auto components industry–Implementation patterns and perceived benefits
J González-Benito, M Spring
International Journal of Operations & Production Management 20 (9), 1038-1061, 2000
552000
Flexibility versus robust networks: the case of the Brazilian automotive sector
J Paulo Fusco, M Spring
Integrated Manufacturing Systems 14 (1), 26-35, 2003
532003
Knowledge management in extended operations networks
M Spring
Journal of knowledge management 7 (4), 29-37, 2003
522003
Complementarities between JIT purchasing practices: an economic analysis based on transaction costs
J Gonzalez-Benito, I Suarez-Gonzalez, M Spring
International Journal of Production Economics 67 (3), 279-293, 2000
522000
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