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Achieve Superior Performance Through Omni-channel Reverse Logistics 

Hao, Jianliang (2021-04-27)  ETD File Embargoed
This dissertation first explores the facilitators and barriers of omnichannel returns activities. It then examines how those factors are impacting customers' repurchase intentions and actions on online traffic and ...

Examining Social Networking Community Users’ Perception of Company Fan Page Use, Behavioral Intention, and Actual Visiting Behaviors 

Shin, Soo Il (2014-12-12)
Seeking to capitalize on the widespread popularity of Facebook, many not-for-profit and for-profit organizations have started their own brand or fan pages in social media to better communicate with customers. Notably, such ...

From Personal Trust to Professional Behavior: A Study of the Impact of Trust and Enjoyment on Behavior Intentions in Business Analytics 

Larson, Benjamin (2016-06-17)
Information technology consumerization represents technology designed for the consumer finding its way into the workplace. This is a phenomenon which is wide spread but has not currently sufficiently understood as technology ...

The Impact of IT and Social Capital on Inter-firm Dynamic Capabilities: Understanding the Performance of Healthcare Delivery Network 

Wu, Yun (2015-07-24)
In response to the calls for research of dynamic supply chain development and IT business value, this study examined the impact of IT and social capital on interfirm dynamic capability. Healthcare delivery networks were ...

Incorporating Enterprise Architecture in the Supply Chain 

Hazen, Benjamin (2012-07-27)
Diffusion of innovation literature proposes a variety of conditions and antecedents that may facilitate the complete incorporation of a technological innovation into an organization. To date, no one study assimilates the ...

Organization Improvisational Capabilities and Configurations of firm Performance in a Highly Turbulent Environment 

Kung, LeeAnn (2015-04-30)
This dissertation intends to examine 1) nature of organization improvisational capabilities and 2) some possible configurations for firm performance in a highly turbulent environment, i.e., e-commerce. Motivated by the ...

The Reverse Logistics Process in the Supply Chain and Managing Its Implementation 

Huscroft, Joseph, Jr. (2010-12-09)
Increased competition caused by globalization and rapid technological advances has driven organizations to address and make efforts to improve efficiency in their supply chain. Increasing efficiency in reverse logistics ...