The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Quality, Operations management, Marketing, Process management and Supply chain. His studies examine the connections between Quality and genetics, as well as such issues in Organizational performance, with regards to Job satisfaction, Industrial organization and Customer satisfaction. He combines subjects such as Reliability, Risk analysis, Product management and Product engineering with his study of Operations management.
His primary area of study in Marketing is in the field of Service quality. The concepts of his Process management study are interwoven with issues in Analytic hierarchy process, Marketing research, Strategic business unit and Design for Six Sigma. As part of his studies on Supply chain, he often connects relevant areas like Quality management.
His primary scientific interests are in Quality, Process management, Marketing, Float and Operations research. In his research, Job satisfaction is intimately related to Organizational performance, which falls under the overarching field of Quality. His Process management research includes elements of Design for Six Sigma, Quality management system, Strategic planning and Operations management.
His Marketing research incorporates themes from Empirical research and Organizational structure. His Operations research study combines topics in areas such as Reliability, Reliability engineering, Queueing theory and Decision support system. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Quality management, concentrating on Supply chain management and frequently concerns with Industrial organization and Critical success factor.
His primary areas of study are Supply chain, Environmental resource management, Supply chain management, Quality and Marketing. His Supply chain study incorporates themes from Empirical research, Process management and Quality management. His study looks at the relationship between Quality management and topics such as Analytic hierarchy process, which overlap with Design for Six Sigma.
His Supply chain management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Organizational performance, Knowledge management and Critical success factor. His research in Quality intersects with topics in Loyalty and Relationship marketing. His work carried out in the field of Marketing brings together such families of science as Management fad and Statistical thinking.
Christian N. Madu mainly focuses on Supply chain, Empirical research, Process management, Supply chain management and Quality management. Christian N. Madu has included themes like Analytic hierarchy process, Supply chain risk management and Operations management in his Process management study. His studies in Analytic hierarchy process integrate themes in fields like Design for Six Sigma, Quality management system and Knowledge management.
His Lean Six Sigma study, which is part of a larger body of work in Operations management, is frequently linked to Multinational corporation, bridging the gap between disciplines. As part of his studies on Supply chain management, Christian N. Madu often connects relevant subjects like Quality. His Quality research includes themes of Organizational performance, Industrial organization and Service management, Demand chain.
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Dimensions of e‐quality
Christian N. Madu;Assumpta A. Madu.
Six sigma in small‐ and medium‐sized UK manufacturing enterprises: Some empirical observations
Jiju Antony;Maneesh Kumar;Christian N. Madu.
A structural equation model of supply chain quality management and organizational performance
Chinho Lin;Wing S. Chow;Christian N. Madu;Chu Hua Kuei.
Supply chain management in the US and Taiwan: An empirical study
Wing S. Chow;Christian N. Madu;Chu Hua Kuei;Min H. Lu.
The relationship between supply chain quality management practices and organizational performance
Chu Hua Kuei;Christian N. Madu;Chinho Lin.
Integrating QFD, AHP and Benchmarking in Strategic Marketing
Min Hua Lu;Christian N. Madu;Chu‐hua Kuei;Dena Winokur.
Common myths of six sigma demystified
Maneesh Kumar;Jiju Antony;Christian N Madu;Douglas C Montgomery.
A hierarchic metric approach for integration of green issues in manufacturing: a paper recycling application.
Christian N. Madu;Chuhua Kuei;Ifeanyi E. Madu.
An empirical assessment of the influence of quality dimensions on organizational performance
C.N. Madu;C.-H. Kuei;R.A. Jacob.
Competing through maintenance strategies
Christian N. Madu.
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