Knowledge management, Marketing, Supply chain, Strategic management and Process are her primary areas of study. Her research investigates the connection with Knowledge management and areas like Porter's generic strategies which intersect with concerns in Typology, Test and Causation. Her work on Competitive advantage and Global environmental analysis as part of general Marketing study is frequently linked to Internet use and Computer-mediated communication, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Her work on Supply chain risk management and Supply chain management as part of general Supply chain study is frequently connected to Implementation, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. Her Strategic management study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Organizational performance, Process management, Operations research, Situation analysis and Product differentiation. Marilyn M. Helms has researched Environmental resource management in several fields, including Performance measurement, Performance management and Environmental economics.
Her primary areas of study are Marketing, Knowledge management, Medical education, Pedagogy and Public relations. Marilyn M. Helms combines topics linked to Entrepreneurship with her work on Marketing. As part of one scientific family, Marilyn M. Helms deals mainly with the area of Knowledge management, narrowing it down to issues related to the Information technology, and often Information system.
Her Medical education research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Higher education and Curriculum. Her Pedagogy study frequently involves adjacent topics like Mathematics education. She works in the field of Public relations, focusing on Organizational culture in particular.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Medical education, Supply chain, Industrial organization, Higher education and Marketing. Her research integrates issues of Experiential learning, Pedagogy and Curriculum in her study of Medical education. Her work on Reverse logistics and Supply chain management as part of general Supply chain research is often related to Conceptual framework and Coronavirus disease 2019, thus linking different fields of science.
Marilyn M. Helms has included themes like Natural resource, Use case and Competitive advantage in her Industrial organization study. Her work deals with themes such as Accounting and Service-learning, which intersect with Higher education. Her studies in Marketing integrate themes in fields like Timeline and Management process.
Her primary areas of investigation include Supply chain, Marketing, Reverse logistics, Service-learning and Knowledge management. She is interested in Supply chain management, which is a branch of Supply chain. Her Supply chain management research includes elements of Valuation and Environmental economics.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Manufacturing, Manufacturing engineering and Process, Operations management in addition to Reverse logistics. Marilyn M. Helms interconnects Service design, Stakeholder, Management science and Nominal group technique in the investigation of issues within Service-learning. Her Knowledge management research incorporates elements of Active learning, Synchronous learning, Interactive Learning, Teamwork and Teaching and learning center.
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Performance measurement for green supply chain management
Aref A. Hervani;Marilyn M. Helms;Joseph Sarkis.
Exploring SWOT analysis – where are we now?
Marilyn M. Helms;Judy C. Nixon.
Generic Strategies and Business Performance: an Empirical Study of the Screw Machine Products Industry
Peter Wright;Mark Kroll;Howard Tu;Marilyn Helms.
Linking strategic practices and organizational performance to Porter's generic strategies
Richard S. Allen;Marilyn M. Helms.
Reverse logistics and social sustainability
Joseph Sarkis;Marilyn Michelle Helms;Aref A. Hervani.
The Ultimate Glass Ceiling Revisited: The Presence of Women on Corporate Boards
Deborah E. Arfken;Stephanie L. Bellar;Marilyn M. Helms.
Critical tactics for implementing Porter's generic strategies
Obasi Akan;Richard S. Allen;Marilyn M. Helms;Samuel A. Spralls.
Supply chain forecasting – Collaborative forecasting supports supply chain management
Marilyn M. Helms;Lawrence P. Ettkin;Sharon Chapman.
Encyclopedia of Management
Marilyn M. Helms..
Student Perceptions of Hybrid Courses: Measuring and Interpreting Quality
Mary Jo Jackson;Marilyn M. Helms.
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