Impacts and relationships between three evolving disciplines

Anders Drejer, David J. Bennett, Amrik Sohal

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This paper is concerned with three evolving disciplines, namely, Management of Technology (MoT), Operations Management (OM) and Supply Chain Management (SCM). These three disciplines have emerged at different times, SCM being the most recent, although they also seem to be concerned, at least in some part, with the same managerial problem areas. Based on this underlying assumption, the paper lays the ground for this special issue of the International Journal of Technology Management, which is devised to provide a platform for discussion concerning the impacts, relationships and possible synergies between the three disciplines that very much seem to be driving the attention of a lot of recent management thinking.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2-20
Number of pages19
JournalInternational Journal of Technology Management
Volume23
Issue number1-3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2002

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  • technology management
  • interdisciplinary study
  • comparison

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Impacts and relationships between three evolving disciplines. / Drejer, Anders; Bennett, David J.; Sohal, Amrik.

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