Managing innovation activity processes part II: dependency-based ativity sructural modelling and its implications
This is an example of the theoretical modelling of production systems in the ‘soft’ environment of the Fashion garment supply chain. It is an example of work that followed on from collaboration following earlier work by To under my supervision. The collaboration is on-going (with HK Government and industry support) to improve supply chain response to the dynamic changes of the international retail market.
Citation : Harwood, R.J., To, K.M.C. and Zhang, Z. (2002), Managing Innovation Activity Processes Part II: Dependency-based Activity Structural Modelling and Its Implications. Journal of the Textile Institute, 93(3), pp. 54-79.
ISSN : 0040-5000
Research Group : Textiles Engineering and Materials (TEAM)