Fellow of the Decision Sciences Institute
His main research concerns Operations management, Empirical research, New product development, Process management and Supply chain. His research in the fields of Process and Behavioral operations research overlaps with other disciplines such as Development theory and Factory. His study on New product development is covered under Marketing.
His Process management study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Data envelopment analysis, Services marketing, Manufacturing and Project management. Advanced manufacturing and Computer-integrated manufacturing is closely connected to Variety in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Manufacturing. His Supply chain study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Quality research and Operations research.
Morgan Swink mostly deals with Marketing, Process management, Supply chain, New product development and Operations management. His Marketing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Empirical research, Portfolio and Organizational learning. His Process management research includes elements of Contingency theory, Project management, Project management triangle, Resource and Innovation management.
His work on Supply chain management as part of general Supply chain research is frequently linked to Exploit, Information processing and Information processing theory, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His study in New product development is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Quality, Product design and Manufacturing engineering, Advanced manufacturing. His work on Behavioral operations research and Lean manufacturing as part of his general Operations management study is frequently connected to Factory, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
Morgan Swink spends much of his time researching Supply chain, Industrial organization, Marketing, Supply chain management and Process management. His Supply chain research includes themes of Diversification, Contingency theory, Operations management and Product innovation. His research in Product innovation tackles topics such as New product development which are related to areas like Competitor analysis.
His work on Early adopter as part of general Marketing research is frequently linked to Patent infringement, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His studies in Supply chain management integrate themes in fields like Data science and Big data. His Process management study frequently involves adjacent topics like Organizational architecture.
His primary areas of study are Marketing, Industrial organization, Information processing theory, Supply chain and Supply chain management. He has researched Marketing in several fields, including Sample and Bankruptcy. His work in Sample covers topics such as Knowledge transfer which are related to areas like Empirical research.
His Industrial organization study incorporates themes from Product design, Service and Flexibility. His Supply chain research integrates issues from Product innovation, New product development, Product management, Competitor analysis and Competitive intelligence. His Supply chain management study combines topics in areas such as Structural equation modeling, Data science and Big data.
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On theory in operations management
Roger W Schmenner;Morgan L Swink.
Journal of Operations Management (1998)
Managing beyond the factory walls: Effects of four types of strategic integration on manufacturing plant performance
Morgan Swink;Ram Narasimhan;Cynthia Wang.
Journal of Operations Management (2007)
Disentangling leanness and agility: An empirical investigation
Ram Narasimhan;Morgan Swink;Soo Wook Kim.
Journal of Operations Management (2006)
Metrics and performance measurement in operations management: dealing with the metrics maze
Steven A Melnyk;Douglas M Stewart;Morgan Swink.
Journal of Operations Management (2004)
Towards an operations strategy for product-centric servitization
Tim Baines;Howard Lightfoot;Joe Peppard;Mark Johnson.
International Journal of Operations & Production Management (2009)
Revisiting the arcs of integration: Cross-validations and extensions
Tobias Schoenherr;Morgan Swink.
Journal of Operations Management (2012)
Manufacturing Practices and Strategy Integration: Effects on Cost Efficiency, Flexibility, and Market‐Based Performance
Morgan Swink;Ram Narasimhan;Soo Wook Kim.
Decision Sciences (2005)
EFFECTS OF MARKETING-MANUFACTURING INTEGRATION ON NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT TIME AND COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
Morgan Swink;Michael Song.
Journal of Operations Management (2007)
Threats to new product manufacturability and the effects of development team integration processes
Journal of Operations Management (1999)
Technological Innovativeness as a Moderator of New Product Design Integration and Top Management Support
Journal of Product Innovation Management (2000)
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