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Journal of Applied Leadership and Management, 2017 An analysis on the impact of Logistics on Customer Service Abstract  PDF
Francesco Querin, Martin Göbl
 
Journal of Applied Leadership and Management, 2017 Comparing the service levels in the European spirits market: A model for evaluating the complexity of a country in the transportation of spirits and an empirical investigation of six different European countries Abstract  PDF
Martin Göbl, Barbara Niersbach
 
Journal of Applied Leadership and Management, 2017 Flexibility measurement issues in supply chain management Abstract  PDF
Daniel Bauer, Martin Göbl
 
Journal of Applied Leadership and Management, 2017 The relevance of knowledge management in the context of leadership Abstract  PDF
Katrin Winkler, Barbara Wagner
 
Journal of Applied Leadership and Management, 2015 / 2016 Agile Engineering Introduction of a new Management Concept Abstract  PDF
Prof. Dr. Arthur Kolb, Philipp Hecker
 
Journal of Applied Leadership and Management, 2015 / 2016 The Implementation of integrated Management Information Systems in the Human Resource Management: An empirical Study of Success Factors Abstract  PDF
Nicolas Reineke
 
Journal of Applied Leadership and Management, 2013 The Leadership Task Model Abstract  PDF
Christoph Desjardins, Mark Baker
 
Journal of Applied Leadership and Management, 2017 Cognitive-emotive change management Abstract  PDF
Christoph Desjardins
 
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