His primary scientific interests are in Marketing, Enterprise resource planning, Process management, Knowledge management and Social psychology. His Marketing research includes elements of Specification and Computer-integrated manufacturing. Elliot Bendoly combines subjects such as Procurement, Purchasing, The Internet and Process with his study of Enterprise resource planning.
His Process management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Lead time, Order fulfillment and Enterprise system. His Knowledge management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social psychology and Performance improvement. His work on Organizational behavior, Organizational commitment and Organizational citizenship behavior as part of general Social psychology research is often related to Civic virtue and Employee Performance Appraisal, thus linking different fields of science.
His primary areas of study are Marketing, Knowledge management, Operations management, Process management and Supply chain. His Marketing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Industrial organization, Information sharing and System dynamics. His Knowledge management study which covers Project management that intersects with Control and Task.
As a member of one scientific family, Elliot Bendoly mostly works in the field of Operations management, focusing on Enterprise resource planning and, on occasion, Procurement. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Process management, Organizational processes is strongly linked to Enterprise system. In the subject of general Supply chain, his work in Supply chain management is often linked to Survey data collection, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
Elliot Bendoly mainly focuses on Marketing, Industrial organization, Supply chain, Social network analysis and Sample. His research in Marketing intersects with topics in Production, Resource and Information sharing. His Industrial organization study combines topics in areas such as Profit, Strategic orientation and System dynamics.
In his study, Supplier relationship management is strongly linked to Consistency, which falls under the umbrella field of Supply chain. His Social network analysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Manufacturing strategy, Process management and Competitor analysis. In his study, Supply chain management is inextricably linked to Identification, which falls within the broad field of Knowledge management.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Industrial organization, Supply chain management, Supply chain and Marketing. His Social psychology research integrates issues from Project team, Task, Bounding overwatch and Public relations. His Industrial organization research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Consistency, Service level, Market share, Service and Purchasing.
His Supply chain management research includes themes of Social psychology, Behavioral operations research, Common value auction and Procurement. Elliot Bendoly combines subjects such as Analytics, Data visualization, Organizational culture and Data analysis with his study of Supply chain. His Marketing study typically links adjacent topics like Variety.
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Behavior in operations management: Assessing recent findings and revisiting old assumptions
Elliot Bendoly;Karen L Donohue;Kenneth L. Schultz.
Journal of Operations Management (2006)
The Performance Effects of Complementarities Between Information Systems, Marketing, Manufacturing, and Supply Chain Processes
Sundar Bharadwaj;Anandhi Bharadwaj;Elliot Bendoly.
Information Systems Research (2007)
Enterprise resource planning: Developments and directions for operations management research
F.Robert Jacobs;Elliot Bendoly.
European Journal of Operational Research (2003)
Bodies of Knowledge for Research in Behavioral Operations
Elliot Bendoly;Rachel T Croson;Paulo Goncalves;Kenneth Schultz.
Production and Operations Management (2009)
Order lead-time improvement following enterprise information technology implementation: an empirical study
Mark J. Cotteleer;Elliot Bendoly.
Management Information Systems Quarterly (2006)
Online/In-Store Integration and Customer Retention:
Elliot Bendoly;James D. Blocher;Kurt M. Bretthauer;Shanker Krishnan.
Journal of Service Research (2005)
Lock-in situations in supply chains: A social exchange theoretic study of sourcing arrangements in buyer-supplier relationships
Ram Narasimhan;Anand Nair;David A. Griffith;Jan Stentoft Arlbjørn.
Journal of Operations Management (2009)
Organizational citizenship behavior and performance evaluations: exploring the impact of task interdependence
Daniel G. Bachrach;Benjamin C. Powell;Elliot Bendoly;R. Glenn Richey.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2006)
ERP system and implementation‐process benefits
Elliot Bendoly;Tobias Schoenherr.
International Journal of Operations & Production Management (2005)
Attributions of the "causes" of group performance as an alternative explanation of the relationship between organizational citizenship behavior and organizational performance.
Daniel G. Bachrach;Elliot Bendoly;Philip M. Podsakoff.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2001)
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