Her Artificial intelligence study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Class (philosophy), Anticipation (artificial intelligence), Control (management) and Bounding overwatch. Her Order (exchange) research extends to the thematically linked field of Finance. Her study brings together the fields of Finance and Order (exchange). Linda Hendry merges Management science with Social science in her research. Linda Hendry integrates Social science with Management science in her study. Linda Hendry regularly ties together related areas like Paleontology in her Context (archaeology) studies. Her Paleontology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Context (archaeology). Much of her study explores Typology relationship to Anthropology. Her research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Typology and Anthropology.
In general Context (archaeology) study, her work on Paleontology often relates to the realm of Market economy, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Linda Hendry regularly ties together related areas like Context (archaeology) in her Paleontology studies. Order (exchange) and Emerging markets are all intertwined in Finance research. Order (exchange) is closely attributed to Finance in her work. In most of her Operating system studies, her work intersects topics such as Process (computing) and Workload. She connects Process (computing) with Operating system in her study. Her Sustainability studies intersect with other disciplines such as Ecology and Supply chain. Linda Hendry performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Ecology and Sustainability via her papers. While working in this field, Linda Hendry studies both Supply chain and Supply chain management.
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A review of production planning and control: the applicability of key concepts to the make-to-order industry
M. Stevenson;L. C. Hendry;B. G. Kingsman.
Supply-chain uncertainty: a review and theoretical foundation for future research
Eliot Sation Simangunsong;Linda Hendry;Mark Stevenson.
Exploring the six sigma phenomenon using multiple case study evidence
Preeprem Nonthaleerak;Linda Hendry.
Competitive advantage, customisation and a new taxonomy for non make-to-stock companies
Graça Amaro;Linda Hendry;Brian Kingsman.
Production planning systems and their applicability to make-to-order companies
L.C. Hendry;B.G. Kingsman.
Socially Responsible Sourcing: Reviewing the Literature and its use of Theory
Marta Zorzini;Linda C. Hendry;Fahian Anisul Huq;Mark Stevenson.
Responding to customer enquiries in make-to-order companies : Problems and solutions
Brian Kingsman;Linda Hendry;Alan Mercer;Antonio de Souza.
Six Sigma: literature review and key future research areas
P. Nonthaleerak;L.C. Hendry.
A structural methodology for managing manufacturing lead times in make-to-order companies
B.G. Kingsman;I.P. Tatsiopoulos;L.C. Hendry.
Applying world class manufacturing to make‐to‐order companies: problems and solutions
Linda C. Hendry.
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