Operations, Logistics & Quality
Title listings: Operations, Logistics & Quality
Listings show titles for 2023 subscriptions. Listings are to be used as a guide only and are subject to change.
Journals in this collection
|Benchmarking: An International Journal||1463-5771|
|Business Process Management Journal||1463-7154|
|International Journal of Lean Six Sigma||2040-4166|
|The International Journal of Logistics Management||0957-4093|
|International Journal of Operations & Production Management||0144-3577|
|International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management||0960-0035|
|International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management||0265-671X|
|International Journal of Quality and Service Sciences||1756-669X|
|Journal of Global Operations and Strategic Sourcing||2398-5364|
|Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management||1741-038X|
|Journal of Quality in Maintenance Engineering||1355-2511|
|Journal of Science and Technology Policy Management||2053-4620|
|Journal of Service Theory and Practice||2055-6225|
|Supply Chain Management: An International Journal||1359-8546|
|The TQM Journal||1754-2731|
- Assessing and managing supply chain vulnerability
- Big data analytics applied to operations
- Cold supply chains
- Development aid logistics and supply chain management
- Disaster relief operations
- Emergency logistics
- Global operations
- Green supply chain
- Humanitarian logistics
- Industry 4.0
- Lean operations
- Lean Six Sigma
- Managing supply chain disruptions
- Manufacturing technology management
- Measuring performance in humanitarian supply chains
- Multi-channel distribution
- New distribution methods
- Process control
- Production management
- Quality control
- Quality reliability
- Service management
- Service quality
- Supply chain information systems
- Supply chain management
- Supply chain management in disaster relief
- Sustainable transport
- Systems reliability
- Technology management
- Total quality management
USED IN POLICY
Managing climate risks through social capital in agrifood supply chains
Supply Chain Management
Devises a model delving into critical climate risks and the role of consortia and social capital to mitigate these risks.
LINKED TO SDGs
Potentials of blockchain technologies for supply chain collaboration: a conceptual framework
The International Journal of Logistics Management
12 Responsible Consumption and Production
Calls for an increased focus on the possibilities of blockchain technologies to support supply chain collaboration.
Supply chain sustainability: learning from the COVID-19 pandemic
International Journal of Operations & Production ManagementProvides research guidance for investigating sustainability in supply chains in a post-COVID-19 environment.
Angappa Gunasekaran (California State University, USA) teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in operations management and management science and has over 200 articles published in 40 different peer-reviewed journals.
A production recovery plan in manufacturing supply chains for a high-demand item during COVID-19
International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management
Develops a recovery model for making a decision on the revised production plan in manufacturing supply chains.
HIGH ALTMETRICS SCORE
Quality 4.0 and its impact on organizational performance: an integrative viewpoint
The TQM Journal
Analyses the potential impact of Quality 4.0 on organisational performance.
CITED IN MEDIA
Uncovering inefficiencies in the workers’ compensation industry using Lean methodology
The TQM Journal
Identifies patterns of repetitive non-value-added transnational activities for physical-therapy patients and healthcare providers.
RECENT SPECIAL ISSUE
How does Lean Six Sigma improve organisational resilience post the COVID-19 pandemic?
International Journal of Lean Six Sigma
*Source information: 2021 CiteScoreTM (powered by Scopus®) | Journal Citation ReportsTM from Clarivate, 2021 | Emerging Sources Citation IndexTM from Clarivate, 2021.
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