Contributions to the Management of Technologies in Industrial Logistics: Theoretical Framework and Empirical Evidence

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There is a clear need for profound theoretical frameworks as well as for empirical-based contributions regarding the management of technologies in industrial logistics of manufacturing enterprises. Therefore, this habilitation will identify a set of potential fields of research which will be divided into the following four clusters: Cluster 1: “New Technologies, Technological Concepts, and Requirements”, cluster 2: “Technological Awareness and Maturity Assessment”, cluster 3: “Evaluation of Technologies and Technological Concepts”, and cluster 4: “Profiling the Role of the Human Factors”. The innovative approach of this habilitation will contribute to the further development of theory and practical applications for the management of technologies in logistics systems of manufacturing enterprises by using a set of primary and secondary data-based research methods to ultimately ensure sustainable growth and long-term competitive advantage.
Original languageEnglish
Awarding Institution
  • Montanuniversität
Award date3 Nov 2021
Publication statusPublished - 2021

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