Fellow of the Decision Sciences Institute
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Marketing, Knowledge management, Industrial organization, Empirical research and Supply chain. Aleda V. Roth frequently studies issues relating to Process management and Marketing. The concepts of his Process management study are interwoven with issues in Key, Service strategy, Order, Service operations management and Process.
His studies in Knowledge management integrate themes in fields like Contrast, Survey data collection and Competence. His Empirical research study incorporates themes from Profitability index, Manufacturing strategy, Path analysis and Organizational learning. His Supply chain management study, which is part of a larger body of work in Supply chain, is frequently linked to Context, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Marketing, Knowledge management, Industrial organization, Service system and Supply chain management are his primary areas of study. His Marketing study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Process management. In his study, Customer to customer is inextricably linked to Customer advocacy, which falls within the broad field of Knowledge management.
His studies deal with areas such as Quality, New product development, Outsourcing, Competitive advantage and Product as well as Industrial organization. His Service system study combines topics in areas such as Service delivery framework and Service design. His Supply chain risk management study, which is part of a larger body of work in Supply chain management, is frequently linked to Foundation, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His main research concerns Industrial organization, Empirical research, Knowledge management, Service system and Operations management. His Industrial organization research includes elements of Quality, Outsourcing, Service, Physical capital and Product. Product is a subfield of Marketing that Aleda V. Roth studies.
His research on Marketing focuses in particular on Customer satisfaction. The various areas that Aleda V. Roth examines in his Knowledge management study include Service delivery framework and Protectionism. The Service system study combines topics in areas such as Value-Based Purchasing, Service management and Delphi method.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Knowledge management, Service system, Customer satisfaction, Service delivery framework and Process management. His study in Knowledge management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Service management, Delphi method, Service and Empirical research. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Service quality, Customer retention, Customer advocacy and Service level requirement.
His study in the fields of Service design under the domain of Service delivery framework overlaps with other disciplines such as Operationalization, Hospitality industry and Improvisation. His research integrates issues of Supply chain management and Change management in his study of Process management. His Supply chain management study is associated with Marketing.
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Common Method Bias in Regression Models With Linear, Quadratic, and Interaction Effects:
Enno Siemsen;Aleda Roth;Pedro Oliveira.
Organizational Research Methods (2010)
A taxonomy of manufacturing strategies
Jeffrey G. Miller;Aleda V. Roth.
Management Science (1994)
The influence of an integration strategy on competitive capabilities and business performance: An exploratory study of consumer products manufacturers
Eve D Rosenzweig;Aleda V Roth;James W Dean.
Journal of Operations Management (2003)
INSIGHTS INTO SERVICE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT: A RESEARCH AGENDA
Aleda V. Roth;Larry J. Menor.
Production and Operations Management (2009)
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Competence Constructs: Two-Stage Multi-Item Scale Development and Validation*
Jeff K. Stratman;Aleda V. Roth.
Decision Sciences (2002)
How motivation, opportunity, and ability drive knowledge sharing: The constraining-factor model
Enno Siemsen;Aleda V. Roth;Sridhar Balasubramanian.
Journal of Operations Management (2008)
UNRAVELING THE FOOD SUPPLY CHAIN: STRATEGIC INSIGHTS FROM CHINA AND THE 2007 RECALLS*
Aleda V. Roth;Andy A. Tsay;Madeleine E. Pullman;John V. Gray.
Journal of Supply Chain Management (2008)
New measurement scales for evaluating perceptions of the technology‐mediated customer service experience
Craig M. Froehle;Aleda V. Roth.
Journal of Operations Management (2004)
New service development competence in retail banking: Construct development and measurement validation
Larry J. Menor;Aleda V. Roth.
Journal of Operations Management (2007)
Strategic Determinants of Service Quality and Performance: Evidence from the Banking Industry
Aleda V. Roth;William E. Jackson.
Management Science (1995)
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