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Management and engineering innovation, edited by Carolina Machado, J. Paulo Davim, (electronic resource)

Label
Management and engineering innovation
Title
Management and engineering innovation
Statement of responsibility
edited by Carolina Machado, J. Paulo Davim
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book discusses management and engineering innovation with a particular emphasis on human resource management (HRM) and production engineering. In an innovation context, the disciplines of management and engineering are linked to promote sustainable development, seeking cultural and geographical diversity in the studies of HRM and engineering, applications that can have a particular impact on organizational communications, change processes and work practices. This connection reflects the diversity of societal and infrastructural conditions
Member of
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1965-
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Machado, Carolina
Dewey number
658.5
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Davim, J. Paulo
Series statement
Automation-control and industrial engineering series
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  • Technological innovations
  • Production engineering
  • Personnel management
Label
Management and engineering innovation, edited by Carolina Machado, J. Paulo Davim, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Title Page; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: We the Engineers and Them the Managers; 1.1. Introduction; 1.2. Identities and values: the self and the other; 1.3. Symmetries, asymmetries and career dynamics; 1.4. Evolving identities and professional reference groups; 1.5. Protean or boundaryless careers; 1.6. Dialectics, dilemmas and career choices; 1.7. Case study, sample and data analysis; 1.8. Results; 1.8.1. Professional identification (comparison group); 1.8.2. Mediating effect of the perceived comparative status; 1.8.3. Management training/education
  • 1.8.4. Relationship between engineers and managers1.9. Discussion and conclusions; 1.10. Strengths and limits; 1.11. Implications for future research; 1.12. Bibliography; Chapter 2: Strategic Capabilities for Successful Engagement in Proactive CSR in Small and Medium Enterprises: A ResourceBased View Approach; 2.1. Introduction -- CSR and SMEs; 2.1.1. The nature of CSR; 2.1.2. The SME context; 2.2. The resource-based view approach to business strategy; 2.2.1. Resources and capabilities; 2.2.2. Competitive advantage and performance; 2.3. Proactive CSR in SMEs
  • 2.3.1. Economic dimension of proactive CSR2.3.2. Social dimension of proactive CSR; 2.3.3. Environmental dimension of proactive CSR; 2.3.4. Interaction and its contribution to SME financial performance; 2.4. Capabilities for proactive CSR in SMEs; 2.4.1. Internally directed capabilities; 2.4.2. Externally directed capabilities; 2.5. Conceptual model for successful engagement in proactive CSR in SMEs; 2.6. Conclusion; 2.7. Bibliography
  • Chapter 3: Innovative Management Development in the Automotive Supply Industry -- A Preliminary Case Study for the Development of an Innovat Approach to Innovation Management3.1. Introduction; 3.2. Innovation; 3.3. Case study; 3.3.1. Small event/critical juncture; 3.3.2. Strategy; 3.3.3. Structure (organization); 3.3.4. Culture; 3.3.5. People/personnel; 3.3.6. Communication; 3.4. Reflection as a key to innovative management development; 3.5. Further research issues; 3.6. Bibliography; Chapter 4: Innovative Product Design and Development through Online Customization; 4.1. Introduction
  • 4.2. Mass customization and reconfigurable products for E-PD4.2.1. Innovative reconfigurable product development; 4.2.2. Conceptual systematic loop of E-PD; 4.3. The empirical research design; 4.4. Case of Indian office furniture sector; 4.4.1. Market segmentation; 4.4.2. Distribution channels; 4.4.3. Data collection; 4.5. Data analysis; 4.5.1. Response of questionnaires; 4.5.2. Findings on section A1.1 (demographics): getting to know the respondents; 4.5.3. Findings on section A1.2 (opinion): how they feel about these statements; 4.6. Discussions and further analysis using PESTLE
  • 4.6.1. Political and legal factors
Control code
ocn852758618
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xii, 247 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781118733219
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Note
Wiley
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)852758618
Label
Management and engineering innovation, edited by Carolina Machado, J. Paulo Davim, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Title Page; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: We the Engineers and Them the Managers; 1.1. Introduction; 1.2. Identities and values: the self and the other; 1.3. Symmetries, asymmetries and career dynamics; 1.4. Evolving identities and professional reference groups; 1.5. Protean or boundaryless careers; 1.6. Dialectics, dilemmas and career choices; 1.7. Case study, sample and data analysis; 1.8. Results; 1.8.1. Professional identification (comparison group); 1.8.2. Mediating effect of the perceived comparative status; 1.8.3. Management training/education
  • 1.8.4. Relationship between engineers and managers1.9. Discussion and conclusions; 1.10. Strengths and limits; 1.11. Implications for future research; 1.12. Bibliography; Chapter 2: Strategic Capabilities for Successful Engagement in Proactive CSR in Small and Medium Enterprises: A ResourceBased View Approach; 2.1. Introduction -- CSR and SMEs; 2.1.1. The nature of CSR; 2.1.2. The SME context; 2.2. The resource-based view approach to business strategy; 2.2.1. Resources and capabilities; 2.2.2. Competitive advantage and performance; 2.3. Proactive CSR in SMEs
  • 2.3.1. Economic dimension of proactive CSR2.3.2. Social dimension of proactive CSR; 2.3.3. Environmental dimension of proactive CSR; 2.3.4. Interaction and its contribution to SME financial performance; 2.4. Capabilities for proactive CSR in SMEs; 2.4.1. Internally directed capabilities; 2.4.2. Externally directed capabilities; 2.5. Conceptual model for successful engagement in proactive CSR in SMEs; 2.6. Conclusion; 2.7. Bibliography
  • Chapter 3: Innovative Management Development in the Automotive Supply Industry -- A Preliminary Case Study for the Development of an Innovat Approach to Innovation Management3.1. Introduction; 3.2. Innovation; 3.3. Case study; 3.3.1. Small event/critical juncture; 3.3.2. Strategy; 3.3.3. Structure (organization); 3.3.4. Culture; 3.3.5. People/personnel; 3.3.6. Communication; 3.4. Reflection as a key to innovative management development; 3.5. Further research issues; 3.6. Bibliography; Chapter 4: Innovative Product Design and Development through Online Customization; 4.1. Introduction
  • 4.2. Mass customization and reconfigurable products for E-PD4.2.1. Innovative reconfigurable product development; 4.2.2. Conceptual systematic loop of E-PD; 4.3. The empirical research design; 4.4. Case of Indian office furniture sector; 4.4.1. Market segmentation; 4.4.2. Distribution channels; 4.4.3. Data collection; 4.5. Data analysis; 4.5.1. Response of questionnaires; 4.5.2. Findings on section A1.1 (demographics): getting to know the respondents; 4.5.3. Findings on section A1.2 (opinion): how they feel about these statements; 4.6. Discussions and further analysis using PESTLE
  • 4.6.1. Political and legal factors
Control code
ocn852758618
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xii, 247 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781118733219
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Note
Wiley
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)852758618

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