Tim Baines focuses on Process management, Marketing, Originality, Knowledge management and Competitive advantage. The concepts of his Process management study are interwoven with issues in Supply chain, Supply chain management, Business process and Key. Tim Baines studies Marketing, focusing on Service innovation in particular.
He works mostly in the field of Knowledge management, limiting it down to concerns involving Knowledge base and, occasionally, Organizational change. His Competitive advantage research incorporates themes from Service, Manufacturing, Competitor analysis and Operations research. His Manufacturing research includes themes of Production, Service, Product innovation, Value chain and Use value.
His primary scientific interests are in Process management, Knowledge management, Manufacturing engineering, Marketing and Process. His study in Process management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Operations management, Supply chain, Product-service system, Key and Operations research. His Supply chain study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Manufacturing operations and Industrial organization.
He merges many fields, such as Knowledge management and Originality, in his writings. His studies examine the connections between Manufacturing engineering and genetics, as well as such issues in Systems engineering, with regards to System dynamics. Competitive advantage, Service, Value chain and Outsourcing are subfields of Marketing in which his conducts study.
Tim Baines spends much of his time researching Knowledge management, Process management, Process, Marketing and Business model. His work carried out in the field of Knowledge management brings together such families of science as Resource and Service. His research in Process management intersects with topics in Organisational change, Service and Key.
The Process study combines topics in areas such as Outcome and Knowledge base. Tim Baines has included themes like Supply chain, Barriers to entry, Competitor analysis and Investment in his Business model study. His Competitive advantage study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Interactivity, Risk management and Dynamic capabilities.
Tim Baines mainly investigates Marketing, Knowledge management, Process, Process management and Business model. In the field of Marketing, his study on Service innovation, Outsourcing, Competitor analysis and Supply chain overlaps with subjects such as Position. His Knowledge management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Resource and Service.
His studies in Service integrate themes in fields like Interactivity, Competitive advantage, Risk management and Identification. His study on Process also encompasses disciplines like
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State-of-the-art in product-service systems
Tim Baines;Howard W. Lightfoot;Steve Evans;Andy Neely.
The servitization of manufacturing: A review of literature and reflection on future challenges
Tim S. Baines;Howard W. Lightfoot;Ornella Benedettini;John M. Kay.
Towards an operations strategy for product-centric servitization
Tim Baines;Howard Lightfoot;Joe Peppard;Mark Johnson.
Servitization: revisiting the state-of-the-art and research priorities
Tim Baines;Ali Ziaee Bigdeli;Oscar F. Bustinza;Victor Guang Shi.
Servitization of the manufacturing firm: exploring the operations practices and technologies that deliver advanced services
Tim Baines;Howard W. Lightfoot.
The servitization of manufacturing: A systematic literature review of interdependent trends
Howard Lightfoot;Tim S. Baines;Palie Smart.
Made to Serve: How Manufacturers can Compete Through Servitization and Product Service Systems
Tim Baines;Howard Lightfoot.
Digital servitization business models in ecosystems : A theory of the firm
Marko Kohtamäki;Marko Kohtamäki;Vinit Parida;Vinit Parida;Pejvak Oghazi;Heiko Gebauer;Heiko Gebauer.
Developing and evaluating a methodology for business process improvement
Sola Adesola;Timothy Baines.
Servitization and Competitive Advantage: The Importance of Organizational Structure and Value Chain Position
Oscar F. Bustinza;Ali Ziaee Bigdeli;Timothy S Baines;Cindy Elliot.
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