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His scientific interests lie mostly in Operations management, Management science, Engineering management, Process management and Sociology. The Operations management study combines topics in areas such as Spite, Production, Production manager and Benchmarking. His research integrates issues of Competitive advantage and Process in his study of Spite.
His Behavioral operations research study in the realm of Management science interacts with subjects such as Classification scheme, Theory testing and Theory building. His Behavioral operations research study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sociotechnical system, Action research and Function. His Process management research includes themes of Technology strategy and Integrated Computer-Aided Manufacturing, Computer-integrated manufacturing, Advanced manufacturing.
Jack R. Meredith mainly investigates Operations management, Process management, Project management, Manufacturing engineering and Engineering management. His study in the field of Behavioral operations research also crosses realms of Field. His research in Process management tackles topics such as Process which are related to areas like Editor in chief.
His work on Advanced manufacturing and Cellular manufacturing is typically connected to Automation as part of general Manufacturing engineering study, connecting several disciplines of science. The various areas that Jack R. Meredith examines in his Engineering management study include Project planning, Project management triangle, Systems engineering and Extreme project management. In his work, Management science and Production manager is strongly intertwined with Knowledge management, which is a subfield of Project manager.
His main research concerns Process management, Project management, Operations management, Investment and Business case. Jack R. Meredith has researched Process management in several fields, including Project success, Goal setting, Corporate governance, Accountability and Key. His Project management study incorporates themes from Organizational performance and Engineering management.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Operations research, Knowledge development and Citation in addition to Operations management. His Project manager research integrates issues from Surprise and Organizational change. The various areas that Jack R. Meredith examines in his Knowledge management study include Management science, Agency and Project management office.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Process management, Operations management, Project management, Sociology and Front and back ends. His research integrates issues of Top management, Management process, Social capital and Project success in his study of Process management. Jack R. Meredith has researched Operations management in several fields, including Order fulfillment, Industrial engineering and Personalization.
His Project management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Investment decisions, Investment, Organizational performance and Strategy implementation. His Sociology studies intersect with other disciplines such as Big data, Session, Large group, Relevance and Value.
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Building operations management theory through case and field research
Conducting case study research in operations management
David M. McCutcheon;Jack R. Meredith.
Project Management: A Managerial Approach
Jack R. Meredith;Samuel J. Mantel.
Theory Building through Conceptual Methods
Alternative research paradigms in operations
Jack R. Meredith;Amitabh Raturi;Kwasi Amoako-Gyampah;Bonnie Kaplan.
The evolution of the intellectual structure of operations management—1980–2006: A citation/co-citation analysis
Alan Pilkington;Jack Meredith.
Fundamentals of Management Science
Efraim Turban;Jack R. Meredith.
The strategic advantages of new manufacturing technologies for small firms
Suppliers' contributions to product development: an exploratory study
J.L. Hartley;J.R. Meredith;D. McCutcheon;E.R. Kamath.
The management of operations: a conceptual emphasis
Jack R. Meredith.
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