Distinctive manufacturing competence or core competence: which is more relevant in non-corporate organizations?

Ran Bhamra, Tim Baines

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Abstract

This paper addresses the issues of what core competencies mean in the light of the earlier existing concept of distinctive manufacturing competencies (or manufacturing competencies). The apparent parallels bel ween these two concepts are highlighted and considered. The results of empirical research comlucled via a survey of UK non-corporate organizations is presented and then analyzed. The results from the investigation lead directly to conclusions about the relevance of these competency concepts to non-corporate, non-multinational organizations.
Original languageEnglish
Pages108
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2002
EventAnnual meeting of the production and operations management society (POM2002) - San Francisco, United States
Duration: 5 Apr 20028 Apr 2002

Conference

ConferenceAnnual meeting of the production and operations management society (POM2002)
Abbreviated titlePOM2002
CountryUnited States
CitySan Francisco
Period5/04/028/04/02

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    Bhamra, R., & Baines, T. (2002). Distinctive manufacturing competence or core competence: which is more relevant in non-corporate organizations?. 108. Abstract from Annual meeting of the production and operations management society (POM2002), San Francisco, United States.