Richard D. Wilding
Cranfield University
Supply chainRisk analysis (engineering)EngineeringBusinessEconomicsMarketingOrder (exchange)Best practiceSupply chain risk managementEconomic shortageProcess managementKey (cryptography)ProcurementOperations managementContext (language use)MonopolyBlood supplyInventory managementTime basedRisk managementIndustrial organizationComputer scienceSupply chain managementService managementRelationship marketingKnowledge managementCompetitive advantageMonopolistic competitionExploratory researchTransaction cost
68Publications
19H-index
1,724Citations
Publications 68
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#1Soroosh Saghiri (Cranfield University)H-Index: 11
#2Richard D. Wilding (Cranfield University)H-Index: 19
Abstract Given the managerial/financial commitments needed for supplier development programs, buying firms need to be selective of the suppliers they engage for development. This paper examines the moderating role of five supply-side factors (i.e. supplier size, supply share, product complexity, buyer-supplier integration, and the supplier's management systems) in the relationship between supplier development and supplier performance, through a structural model, which is developed theoretically,...
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#1Abhijeet Ghadge (Cranfield University)H-Index: 18
#2Maximillian WeißH-Index: 1
Last. Richard D. Wilding (Cranfield University)H-Index: 19
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In spite of growing research interest in cyber security, inter-firm based cyber risk studies are rare. Therefore, this study aims to investigate cyber risk management in supply chain contexts.,Adapting a systematic literature review process, papers from interdisciplinary areas published between 1990 and 2017 were selected. Different typologies, developed for conducting descriptive and thematic analysis, were established using data mining techniques to conduct a comprehensive, replicable and tran...
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#1Evandro Leonardo Silva Teixeira (UnB: University of Brasília)H-Index: 3
#2Benny Tjahjono (Coventry University)H-Index: 17
Last. Richard D. Wilding (Cranfield University)H-Index: 19
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Abstract Remanufacturing is a critical enabler of a resource efficient manufacturing industry that has long been associated with high value products. Over time, the commercial relationship between customers and service providers has been made through the fulfilment of rights and obligations under remanufacturing service contracts. Nonetheless, financial analysis to evaluate the contract terms and conditions are becoming increasingly difficult to conduct due to complex decision problems inherent ...
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#1Yu GongH-Index: 17
#2Lujie ChenH-Index: 12
Last. Richard D. WildingH-Index: 19
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#1Yu GongH-Index: 17
#2Lujie ChenH-Index: 12
Last. Richard D. WildingH-Index: 19
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Innovation is vital for the logistics industry. This paper develops a Daoism-based conceptual model for logistics innovation in China. It identifies research gaps in this area and provides directions for future research. Following a content-based literature review methodology, 45 studies were selected. We identified five research themes: interpretation of logistics innovation; Chinese institutional environment for logistics innovation; innovation generation; innovation adoption; and innovation c...
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#1Britta Søgaard (Cranfield University)H-Index: 1
#2Heather Skipworth (Cranfield University)H-Index: 10
Last. Richard D. Wilding (Cranfield University)H-Index: 19
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Purpose This paper aims to explore how purchasing could respond to disruptive technologies by examining the assumptions underlying purchasing strategic alignment and purchasing maturity through a contingency lens. Design/methodology/approach This study uses a systematic review across purchasing maturity and purchasing strategic alignment literature. This is supplemented with exploratory case studies to include practitioners’ views. Findings This research demonstrates that neither purchasing matu...
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#1Soroosh Saghiri (Cranfield University)H-Index: 11
#2Mike Bernon (Cranfield University)H-Index: 9
Last. Richard D. Wilding (Cranfield University)H-Index: 19
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#1Soroosh Saghiri (Cranfield University)H-Index: 11
#2Richard D. Wilding (Cranfield University)H-Index: 19
Last. Michael Bourlakis (Cranfield University)H-Index: 30
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The omni-channel, as an emerging trend in retail, aims to coordinate processes and technologies across supply and sales channels. The evolution of this concept is still nascent. This paper develops a conceptual framework for omni-channel systems, configured by three dimensions of channel stage, channel type and channel agent. Integration and visibility are also explored and discussed as the main enablers, which support the implementation of omni-channel framework.
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#1Richard D. WildingH-Index: 19
#1Richard D. WildingH-Index: 19
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