Volume 15 • Number 4
Download All Articles (PDF, 1.04 MB)
- Adoption of Quality Practices in a Multidivisional Environment: A Longitudinal Study (PDF, 239 KB) * OPEN ACCESS *
Matthew W. Ford
Understanding divisional differences in implementation response requires the study of unit-level quality practice use and internalization over time.
- Capital Investment, Work Force Management, and Quality: An Empirical Investigation of Investment Emphasis and Hospital Mortality Rates in New York State (PDF, 261 KB)
Gregory N. Stock and Christopher M. McDermott
The combination of capital investment and compensation level is significantly related to risk-adjusted mortality rates.
- Generic Lean Six Sigma Project Definitions in Financial Services (PDF, 369 KB)
Henk de Koning, Jeroen de Mast, Ronald J. M. M. Does, Thijs Vermaat, and Serge Simons
This study focuses on facilitating the process of defining Lean Six Sigma projects in finance, since lack of a clear definition is a cause of project failure.
- Research Productivity, Teaching Relevance, and AACSB Accreditation (PDF, 333 KB)
A look at research productivity and teaching relevance between AACSB accredited and non-AACSB accredited four-year business schools in the United States.
Request Reprint Permission