A taxonomy of logistics innovations

July 12, 2014
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In this paper we present a taxonomy of supply chain and logistics innovations, which is based on an extensive literature survey. Our primary goal is to provide guidelines for choosing the most appropriate innovations for a company, such that the company can outrun its competitors. We investigate the factors, both internal and external to the company, that determine the applicability and effectiveness of the listed innovations. We support our suggestions with real world cases reported in literature.

Başar, A., Özşamlı, N., Akçay, A. E., Ertek, G. (2008) “A taxonomy of logistics innovations.” CELS 2008, Jönköping, Sweeden. (presented by Ayfer Başar and Nihan Özşamlı)

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