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Nov-2007Beyond the supply chain: An operations response system as an efficient means of implementing a “customercentric” market responseWalters, David; Rainbird, Mark; ITLS
Jul-2008Cash flow management and strategic responses that create corporate value: Some observationsWalters, David; ITLS
Mar-2009Costing value chain relationships: A challenge for strategic cost management and value chain managementWalters, David; ITLS
Jul-2008The demand chain and response management: New directions for operations management?Walters, David; Rainbird, Mark; ITLS
Apr-2009The emergence of interactions as strategic entities in value chain networksBhattacharjya, Jyotirmoyee; Walters, David; ITLS
Apr-2008Emerging business modelsWalters, David; ITLS
May-2013A future in manufacturing: Major issues to be resolved by Australia Pty LtdWalters, David; Bhattacharjya, Jyotirmoyee; ITLS
Nov-2012A global perspective on pallet life-cycle management practices and a research agendaBhattacharjya, Jyotirmoyee; Walters, David; ITLS
Nov-2007The implications of interactions theory and application for value chain managementWalters, David; ITLS
Jul-2011The logistics implications of emerging business modelsWalters, David; ITLS
May-2010The logistics implications of the emerging business modelWalters, David; Newton, Jeffrey; ITLS
Jun-2012A modified product life cycle becomes a useful basis for a new product-service strategy modelWalters, David; Bhattacharjya, Jyotirmoyee; ITLS
Aug-2011Networks alliances as strategy: A case study of an SME in an emerging economyLok, Peter; Rhodes, Jo; Walters, David; ITLS
Aug-2008Response management: Strategic and operational considerationsWalters, David; ITLS
May-2007Using Rudyard Kipling to design value chain processes: An application of interactions theoryWalters, David; ITLS
Apr-2009Using value chain networks to enhance cash flow management and create corporate value: Some observationsWalters, David; ITLS
Apr-2008The value chain approach imposes increased expectations on logistics managementWalters, David; ITLS
Sep-2007Value chain positioning: Performance and partnershipsWalters, David; ITLS