Global Operations Networks (GONE)

Project Details

Description

Globalisation is revolutionizing the way manufacturers operate. Forward-thinking companies see this as an opportunity to innovate their operations systems seeking lower cost, new manufacturing capabilities, improving customer responsiveness, and entering new markets. These companies have succeeded in developing innovative and robust operations systems, from which other companies competing within different industries may learn. The purpose of the project is to develop methods for studying the industries and companies that have been exposed to globalisation over a longer period of time, and to identify underlying methods and practices, which have enabled their innovative engagement with this process. As such the project aims to identify the factors that are critical to the success of future operations systems, and will map the process innovations that underpin successful operations systems of the future. The project aims to conceptualise these practices into sets of operations systems configurations, which may be transferred across industrial and corporate domains. Based on this the project will engage with the participating companies through a number of action research projects through which the models of the future operations system or key elements hereof will be implemented and tested. Finally, the project will disseminate the results to the research community, to policy makers, and to industry and industrial associations.

StatusFinished
Effective start/end date23/01/200923/01/2012

Funding

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  • Forsknings- og Innovationsstyrelsen: DKK2,904,352.00

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  • Activities

    • 1 Conference organisation or participation
    • 1 Talks and presentations in private or public companies

    Har produktion en fremtid i dagens Danmark – betyder det noget?

    Brian Vejrum Wæhrens (Panel member)
    11 Apr 2011

    Activity: Talks and presentationsTalks and presentations in private or public companies

    GONE workshops

    Brian Vejrum Wæhrens (Organizer)
    1 Jan 201131 Dec 2011

    Activity: Attending an eventConference organisation or participation

    Research Output

    Destruction and reallocation of skills following large company closures

    Holm, J. R., Østergaard, C. R. & Olesen, T. R., 9 Mar 2017, In : Journal of Regional Science. 57, 2, p. 245-265

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

    File
    5 Citations (Scopus)
    309 Downloads (Pure)

    Getting the Most from Offshoring: Home Base Capability Upgrading and Erosion

    Slepniov, D. & Wæhrens, B. V., 2015, Research in the Decision Sciences for Global Supply Chain Network Innovations . Stentoft, J., Paulraj, A. & Vastag, G. (eds.). Pearson Education, p. 129-146 17 p.

    Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceedingBook chapterResearchpeer-review

  • Offshoring practices of Danish and Swedish SMEs: effects on operations configuration

    Wæhrens, B. V., Slepniov, D. & Johansen, J., 2015, In : Production Planning & Control. 26, 9, p. 693-705 12 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

    10 Citations (Scopus)