M. Johnny RUNGTUSANATHAM
M. Johnny RUNGTUSANATHAM
Professor of Management Sciences
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Administración de operaciones
RG Schroeder, RDLP Olaeta
McGraw-hill, 1992
1864*1992
A theory of quality management underlying the Deming management method
JC Anderson, M Rungtusanatham, RG Schroeder
Academy of management Review 19 (3), 472-509, 1994
17841994
Supply networks and complex adaptive systems: control versus emergence
TY Choi, KJ Dooley, M Rungtusanatham
Journal of operations management 19 (3), 351-366, 2001
17792001
The severity of supply chain disruptions: design characteristics and mitigation capabilities
CW Craighead, J Blackhurst, MJ Rungtusanatham, RB Handfield
Decision sciences 38 (1), 131-156, 2007
15482007
A path analytic model of a theory of quality management underlying the Deming management method: preliminary empirical findings
JC Anderson, M Rungtusanatham, RG Schroeder, S Devaraj
Decision sciences 26 (5), 637-658, 1995
8321995
Operations management
RG Schroeder, SM Goldstein, MJ Rungtusanatham
McGraw-Hill, 1993
7561993
Modularity, product variety, production volume, and component sourcing: theorizing beyond generic prescriptions
F Salvador, C Forza, M Rungtusanatham
Journal of operations management 20 (5), 549-575, 2002
6772002
Supply‐chain linkages and operational performance: A resource‐based‐view perspective
M Rungtusanatham, F Salvador, C Forza, TY Choi
International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 2003
4622003
The reshoring phenomenon: what supply chain academics ought to know and should do
JV Gray, K Skowronski, G Esenduran, M Johnny Rungtusanatham
Journal of Supply Chain Management 49 (2), 27-33, 2013
4162013
Supplier–supplier relationships in buyer–supplier–supplier triads: Implications for supplier performance
Z Wu, TY Choi, MJ Rungtusanatham
Journal of Operations Management 28 (2), 115-123, 2010
3482010
A replication study of a theory of quality management underlying the Deming management method: insights from an Italian context
M Rungtusanatham, C Forza, R Filippini, JC Anderson
Journal of Operations Management 17 (1), 77-95, 1998
2721998
Survey research in operations management: historical analyses
MJ Rungtusanatham, TY Choi, DG Hollingworth, Z Wu, C Forza
Journal of Operations management 21 (4), 475-488, 2003
2422003
Theorizing, testing, and concluding for mediation in SCM research: tutorial and procedural recommendations
M Rungtusanatham, JW Miller, KK Boyer
Journal of Operations Management 32 (3), 99-113, 2014
2312014
TQM across multiple countries:< i> Convergence Hypothesis</i> versus< i> National Specificity</i> arguments
M Rungtusanatham, C Forza, BR Koka, F Salvador, W Nie
Journal of Operations Management 23 (1), 43-63, 2005
2302005
Supply-chain configurations for mass customization
F Salvador, M Rungtusanatham, C Forza
Production Planning & Control 15 (4), 381-397, 2004
2132004
Supply chain interactions and time‐related performances: an operations management perspective
F Salvador, C Forza, M Rungtusanatham, TY Choi
International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 2001
2042001
The vignette in a scenario‐based role‐playing experiment
M Rungtusanatham, C Wallin, S Eckerd
Journal of Supply Chain Management 47 (3), 9-16, 2011
1932011
Let’s not overlook content validity
M Rungtusanatham
Decision Line 29 (4), 10-13, 1998
1711998
Coordinating product design, process design, and supply chain design decisions: Part A: Topic motivation, performance implications, and article review process
M Rungtusanatham, C Forza
Journal of Operations Management 23 (3-4), 257-265, 2005
1292005
From mass production to mass customization: Hindrance factors, structural inertia, and transition hazard
MJ Rungtusanatham, F Salvador
Production and Operations Management 17 (3), 385-396, 2008
1172008
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