Global Manufacturing Research: Experience Exchange Group (EEG) contributions

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    Abstract

    The intention of this paper is to clarify if and how an ExperienceExchange Group (EEG) can be involved in a research process in the areaof industrial management. For exemplification of the topic an ongoingresearch in global manufacturing is referred to. In this research itwas after a series of preliminary studies found interesting to set upan EEG composed of representatives from industry and a researcher. Inthe paper some general research methods pertinent to the areaindustrial management is discussed. The EEG concept is introduced andcharacterised in comparison with the other methods. EEG activities aredescribed and a tentative coupling to the phases in a research processis proposed. Following this is a discussion of methodological andquality requirements. It is considered how EEG activities couldpossible contribute to an industrial rooted research. The paper endsup looking at future research areas and research methods, includingapplication of the EEG approach.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of 10th international working seminar on Production Economics
    Place of PublicationLinköping
    PublisherLinköping Technology Institute
    Publication date1998
    Pages67-81
    Publication statusPublished - 1998
    Event10th International Working Seminar on Production Economics - Igls, Innsbruck, Austria
    Duration: 16 Feb 199820 Feb 1998
    Conference number: 10

    Seminar

    Seminar10th International Working Seminar on Production Economics
    Number10
    CountryAustria
    CityIgls, Innsbruck
    Period16/02/199820/02/1998

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    Bruun, P. (1998). Global Manufacturing Research: Experience Exchange Group (EEG) contributions. In Proceedings of 10th international working seminar on Production Economics (pp. 67-81). Linköping Technology Institute.