The BMEnet Guide reported on the successful completion of PERFECT. The high importance of the results of PERFECT in form of the Curriculum, the Purchasing Competence Assessment Tool and the MOOC is presented. The project contributes “significantly to the goal of combining research, teaching and entrepreneurial practice […]”.
PhD students working in the project team present their dissertation projects Laura Berger, TU Dortmund University … Elina Karttunen, Lappeenranta University of Technology In this doctoral research I concentrate on technological dependencies between components, and how these dependencies influence on firms relationships such as vertical integration needs and mergers and acquisitions. Technological dependencies are characteristics […]
Theses Bachelor Thesis by Jonathan Kirchhoff: „The future of Purchase and Supply Management (PSM): A case study based analysis of changing employee competencies due to increasing digitization of processes and workflows“ (2017) Institution and supervision: University of Applied Sciences Mainz, Prof. Dr. Lydia Bals Bachelor Thesis by Serife Sirik: „Analyse deutscher Bildungsprogramme im Bereich Einkauf […]
At IPSERA Conference 2017, there were several presentations of competitive and working papers which emerged from the PERFECT project’s research context: Lydia Bals, Steve Kelly, Heike Schulze and Klaas Stek: The role of explicit and tacit knowledge in Purchasing and Supply Management (PSM) today and in future Elina Karttunen, Jukka Hallikas and Klaas Stek: An […]