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Although operational research traditionally has concerned itself with quantitative and technical aspects of managerial problem solving, it has gradually built up a capacity to deal with “softer” issues, and broader societal problems. This paper considers the notion of “enhanced” operational...
This study investigates the relationship between product innovation strategies and new product success for N = 108 Australian firms. Five different types of strategies were identified. Interestingly, the different strategies had quite similar levels of reported success, suggesting that firms...
The chief executives of 49 member companies in Total Quality Management Institute (Australia) were surveyed regarding their perceptions of the effects of the Total Quality Management (TQM) processes in their companies.Average costs associated with implementing TQM were reported as steady over...
Managers are often required to make complex decisions under severe time constraints. We predicted that the perception of time pressure, even when there is sufficient time to make a decision, may impair decision making activity. A pilot study and two experiments were conducted on a sample of 162...
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