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Flexibility with Business Excellence in the Knowledge Economy
Year 2007
ISBN : 81-903397-7-X

Table of contents

Theme - I: Business Excellence - Quality and Productivity Management

Chapter 1: Implications of flexibility for enterprises to compete in the global economy through “Relevant Management (RM)”
David J. Sumanth

Chapter 2: Academic excellence in technical education through accreditation and quality award model
Prem Vrat

Chapter 3: Japan's health-care quality and application of real options to the flexible decision-making strategy for biotech start-ups
Takao Fujiwara

Chapter 4: Deming model and the pursuit of excellence
S. K. Breja, D. K. Banwet, K. C. Iyer

Chapter 5: Managing continuity and change: A strategic approach to sustainable business excellence
Saboohi Nasim, Sushil

Chapter 6: Is India poised for quality management education?
Deepak Dogra, SK Kapoor

Chapter 7: Productivity and value chain management
K. M. Mital, Vivek Mital

Chapter 8: Importance of inventory management in quality control
Priti Mishra, N.C. Jain, Mukesh Pandey

Chapter 9: An efficient algorithm for the machine/part grouping problem considering machines overloading and important production parameters
A R Dixit, P K Mishra

Chapter 10: Knowledge base quality model for flexible reverse logistics system
Subhash Wadhwa, Jitendra Madaan

Theme - II: Enterprise Flexibility

Chapter 11: Mapping flexibility in corporate strategy: A westside story
Ranjan Chaudhuri

Chapter 12: Managing flexibility in construction PROJECTS
Ashok K. Pundir, L. Ganapathy, N. Sambandam

Chapter 13: Strategies for managing change in Indian industry
Sumit Jain, R.K. Garg

Chapter 14: Enterprise flexibility – A paradigm shift
Yasmeen Ansari

Chapter 15: Positioning brand “Maruti”: ethical and culturally adaptive approach
Mahim Sagar, Deepali Singh, D.P. Agrawal

Chapter 16: A method of project selection based on capital asset pricing theories in a framework of mean-semi deviation behavior for petroleum projects
Babak Jafarizadeh

Chapter 17: A systematic method of project selection based on risk and return criteria and according to the mean-semi deviation behavioral hypothesis
Babak Jafarizadeh

Chapter 18: Motives of strategic alliances formation: Indian perspective
Dinesh Likhi

Chapter 19: Towards a strategic framework for effective E-governance
P. K. Suri, Sushil

Chapter 20: Globalisation in appliance industry a case study of electrolux ab and whirlpool corporation
Shyam Sethi

Chapter 21: International joint ventures create synergy by flexibility in processes and operations
Dileep Singh, Geetika

Theme - III: Flexibility in Business Processes

Chapter 22: Toward agile and resilient large-scale systems: Adaptive robust national/international infrastructure
S. Massoud Amin, Barry M. Horowitz

Chapter 23: Developing strategic flexibility for moving towards business excellence – analyzing the role of human resource flexibility in select Indian companies
Vidhu Shekhar Jha, Himanshu Joshi

Chapter 24: Business process reengineering - To enable bottom-up participation in a top down reform programme with the role of information technology, creativity and human resources
Ajay Kumar Varshney

Chapter 25: Performance enhancement through creative flexibility
R C Pathak, H D Patil, Rajesh Pathak

Chapter 26: Flexibilities in HR system: Lessons from corporate
Vimal Babu, Nripendra Singh

Chapter 27: HFMS: A new concept in the context of flexible manufacturing systems
Tilak Raj, Ravi Shankar, M. Suhaib, R.A. Khan

Chapter 28: Some dimensions of flexibility in FMS
Tilak Raj, Ravi Shankar, M. Suhaib, R.A. Khan

Chapter 29: Two phase heuristic based approach of cell formation in cellular manufacturing system
A. R. Dixit, P. K. Mishra

Chapter 30: An approach to intelligent modeling of customer behavior and decision support in complex marketing: Multi agent systems
Divya Rohatgi

Chapter 31: Model of employment status choice of engineering/management students; opportunity cost/career flexibility theory (in Indian perspective)
S.K. Poddar, S. K Jain

Chapter 32: Flexibility in power sector distribution system
J. Katyayani, B. Sudhir

Theme - IV: Flexibility in Supply Chain Management

Chapter 33: Flexibility in global supply chain: A review of perspectives
Pravin Kumar, Ravi Shankar, Surendra S. Yadav

Chapter 34: Modeling bullwhip effect and understanding the role of information sharing
Abid Haleem, Avanish Kaushik, Sanjay Kumar

Chapter 35: A flexible framework to evaluate supply chain performance
Omkarprasad S. Vaidya, Sushil Kumar

Chapter 36: Reverse supply chain - Current practices in India and devlopend countries – A detailed study
V K Gupta

Chapter 37: E-business in supply chain management
Vishwajit D. Patil, Ravindra Mohan

Chapter 38: Global financial supply chains – An integer programming formulation
Sushil Gupta

Chapter 39: Analyzing supply chain configuration of food and drink retail company
Apratul Chandra Shukla

Chapter 40: Problems, challenges & opportunities of logistics with special reference to Indian economy
S. S. Mishra, A. Upadhyaya, Biranchi N. Swar

Chapter 41: Sales promotion practices in apparel retail sector and challenges ahead
Preeta Vyas, Mahim Sagar

Chapter 42: Flexible strategic framework for managing continuity and change in reverse supply chain in the battery industry - Study of lead Acid batteries and NI Cd batteries for automotive, computers and mobile phones
V K Gupta

Theme - V: Knowledge Economy

Chapter 43: Viability of the knowledge based economic paradigm: A case study of the Indian economy
Ashish Dwivedi

Chapter 44: Managerial sentiment and project selection
A. Arunachalam, Edward R. Lawrence, Arun J. Prakash

Chapter 45: Knowledge enterprises, knowledge economies, knowledge divide and knowledge societies: A conceptual framework
Surinder Batra

Chapter 46: Engineering moderator to universal knowledge moderator for moderating collaborative projects
A. K. Choudhary, J. A. Harding, H. K. Lin

Chapter 47: Leveraging human capital for competitive edge in knowledge intensive environment
Mala Agarwal, Ruchi Rana

Chapter 48: System conceptualization for IT policy at industry level
P.K. Baboo

Chapter 49: Knowledge sharing in professional institutions-A case study
B. B. Das, Binkey Srivastava

Chapter 50: Efficient association rule mining for market basket analysis
A. Shrivastava, R. Sahu

Chapter 51: Technology strategy for transformation: Case of sona koyo steering systems
Jyoti S. A. Bhat, S. K. Breja, K. Bhattcharjee

Chapter 52: Information technology: Adoption and implementation in small scale industries in India
G. P. Sahu, P. Dwivedi

Theme - VI: Innovation and Knowledge Management

Chapter 53: Mathematical models for diffusion of dry technology in Indian cement industry
V.B. Gupta, Ashok Kumar, S.T. Venkatesan, A. K. Gupta

Chapter 54: An innovative approach towards the computer aided multi-goal facilities problem considering the shifting cost of machine
Pushyamitra Mishra, V.K. khare, Mukesh Pandey

Chapter 55: Patents as a knowledge source in new product development
Narender Singh, Gopa B. Choudhury, Anirvan Sircar

Chapter 56: Measuring the innovation process
Ashish Soti

Chapter 57: A survey on web page classification techniques
S. K. Chaturvedii, D. K. Swami, R. C. Jain

Chapter 58: Organizational intelligence: A success criteria in the rapidly changing and highly competitive environment of the knowledge intensive organizations
Ruchi Rana, Anita Mohindra

Chapter 59: Leveraging knowledge through knowledge management in knowledge intensive organizations
Mala Agarwal, Ruchi Rana

Chapter 60: Implementing knowledge management in corporations
Vidya Sekhri, A. Dash, A. R. Mohanty

Chapter 61: Knowledge management and e-learning: Face of globalization
Rahul Goswami

Chapter 62: Overview on worldwide recent developments in wind power technology
Prashant Baredar, V.K. Sethi, Mukesh Pandey

Chapter 63: Km approach flexible decisions in reverse enterprise system
Subhash Wadhwa, Jitendra Madaan

Theme - VII: Competitiveness and Business Performance Management

Chapter 64: Evaluating trade competitiveness: Case of telecom industry in India
Momaya K., Goyal A.

Chapter 65: Designing aknowledge management strategy for retailing business performances
Preeti Singh, Shyam Narayan, Santosh Rangnekar

Chapter 66: Corporate responsibility and competitiveness
Sudhi Ranjan Dash, Jitarani Udgata

Chapter 67: Contextual approach in product development process
Sandeep Srivastava, Deepali Singh

Chapter 68: Balanced scorecard and its deployment experience in BSNL
S.B. Khare

Chapter 69: Communities of practice: A strategic tool to improve organizational performance
G B Choudhry, Ruchi Rana, Pramila Dangwal

Chapter 70: Corporate success and core competence: A study of two IT organizations
Anjana Kak

Chapter 71: Promise made promise kept – Velocity improving CSMM score for provisioning
Arun Malik, Deepak Kulshrestha

Chapter 72: Business process re-engineering (BPR) and technology interception the continuum in the e-government application cauldron
Anil Panikar, G. Jacob Victor, Vishnu Krishna Kanhere, Sadaf Tanveer, Raghvendra Prasad

Chapter 73: Perspectives of flexibility and competitiveness in telecom industry
Manoj K. Sharma, Pramod K. Jain

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