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Wednesday, 16 April 2014

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Supplier assessment and selection using fuzzy analytic hierarchy process in a steel manufacturing company

Tahriri, F.; Dabbagh, M.; Ale Ebrahim, N. (2014) Supplier assessment and selection using fuzzy analytic hierarchy process in a steel manufacturing company. Journal of Scientific Research and Reports, 3 (10). pp. 1319-1338. ISSN 2320–0227
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Abstract

Every
organization needs suppliers and no organization can exist without
suppliers. Therefore, the organizations approach to suppliers and the
selection of the appropriate supplier, its acquisition processes and
policies, and its relationships with suppliers, is of vital importance,
both to organizations and suppliers alike. No organization can be
successful without the support of its supplier base, operationally and
strategically, short or long-term.To select the best supplier, it is
essential to make an analytical decision based upon tangible and
intangible criteria. Chose and management of a supplier has to be
congruent with organizational strategy. Therefore, the vision and
strategy of the manufacturer are the key drivers for how the supply
function will be managed and how supply decisions are made and
exectuted. The proposed model in this study was applied in a steel
manufacturing company in Malaysia with the goal of reducing time in
choosing the correct supplier for the company. This study aims to
provide a systematic model stimulating correct supplier selection using
the Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process (FAHP) method along with a series
of sensitivity analyses which were conducted using the Expert Choice
(EC) program to evaluate the impact of changes in the priority of
criteria for the suppliers' performance and order quantities. Aims: The
main goal of this research is to develop a systematic model towards the
best supplier selection. To facilitate the aim of the research, we
utilized the Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process, which was a combination
of AHP and Fuzzy Theory in order to deal with the uncertainties and
vagueness of decision makers's judgement. Study Design: Mention the
design of the study here. Place and Duration of Study: The data samples
were taken in a steel manufacturing company in Malaysia. Methodology: A
Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy approach is used using a quantitative and
qualitative criteria for selecting and evaluating a suitable supplier
selection and a six step was conducted to ensure successful
implementation. Results: The results indicate that the model is able to
assist decision makers to examine the strengths and weaknesses of
supplier selection by comparing them with appropriate criteria,
sub-criteria and sub sub-criteria. Conclusion: We developed a Fuzzy AHP
multi-criteria decision making model for supplier evaluation and
selection in the ABC steel company in Malaysia. The advantage of the
proposed model over other models like the AHP is that, by adoption of
fuzzy numbers, it effectively improves the flexibility of the
conventional AHP in dealing with the uncertainty and ambiguity
associated with different decision makers's judgments.
Item Type: Article
Creators:
  1. Tahriri, F.
  2. Dabbagh, M.
  3. Ale Ebrahim, N.
Journal or Publication Title: Journal of Scientific Research and Reports
Uncontrolled Keywords: Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process (FAHP); supplier selection; Total Value of Purchasing (TVP)
Subjects: A General Works > AC Collections. Series. Collected works
L Education > L Education (General)
T Technology > T Technology (General)
T Technology > TS Manufactures
Divisions: Faculty of Engineering
Depositing User: Dr. Nader Ale Ebrahim
Date Deposited: 15 Apr 2014 16:15
Last Modified: 15 Apr 2014 16:15
URI: http://eprints.um.edu.my/id/eprint/9836


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Sunday, 13 April 2014

Supplier Assessment and Selection Using Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process in a Steel Manufacturing Company by Farzad Tahriri, Mohammad Dabbagh, Nader Ale Ebrahim :: SSRN

Supplier Assessment and Selection Using Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process in a Steel Manufacturing Company



Farzad Tahriri


University of Malaya (UM) - Faculty of Engineering

Mohammad Dabbagh


University of Malaya (UM) - Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology

Nader Ale Ebrahim


University
of Malaya (UM) - Department of Engineering Design and Manufacture,
Faculty of Engineering; University of Malaya (UM) - Research Support
Unit, Centre of Research Services, Institute of Research Management and
Monitoring (IPPP)




April 5, 2014


Journal of Scientific Research and Reports, vol. 3, no. 10, pp. 1319-1338





Abstract:
    



Every organization needs suppliers and no
organization can exist without suppliers. Therefore, the organizations
approach to suppliers and the selection of the appropriate supplier, its
acquisition processes and policies, and its relationships with
suppliers, is of vital importance, both to organizations and suppliers
alike. No organization can be successful without the support of its
supplier base, operationally and strategically, short or long-term.To
select the best supplier, it is essential to make an analytical decision
based upon tangible and intangible criteria. Chose and management of a
supplier has to be congruent with organizational strategy. Therefore,
the vision and strategy of the manufacturer are the key drivers for how
the supply function will be managed and how supply decisions are made
and exectuted. The proposed model in this study was applied in a steel
manufacturing company in Malaysia with the goal of reducing time in
choosing the correct supplier for the company. This study aims to
provide a systematic model stimulating correct supplier selection using
the Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process (FAHP) method along with a series
of sensitivity analyses which were conducted using the Expert Choice
(EC) program to evaluate the impact of changes in the priority of
criteria for the suppliers' performance and order quantities.
Aims:
The main goal of this research is to develop a systematic model towards
the best supplier selection. To facilitate the aim of the research, we
utilized the Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process, which was a combination
of AHP and Fuzzy Theory in order to deal with the uncertainties and
vagueness of decision makers’ judgement.
Study Design: Mention the design of the study here.
Place and Duration of Study: The data samples were taken in a steel manufacturing company in Malaysia.
Methodology:
A Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy approach is used using a quantitative and
qualitative criteria for selecting and evaluating a suitable supplier
selection and a six step was conducted to ensure successful
implementation.
Results: The results indicate that the model is able
to assist decision makers to examine the strengths and weaknesses of
supplier selection by comparing them with appropriate criteria,
sub-criteria and sub sub-criteria.
Conclusion: We developed a Fuzzy
AHP multi-criteria decision making model for supplier evaluation and
selection in the ABC steel company in Malaysia. The advantage of the
proposed model over other models like the AHP is that, by adoption of
fuzzy numbers, it effectively improves the flexibility of the
conventional AHP in dealing with the uncertainty and ambiguity
associated with different decision makers’ judgments.




Number of Pages in PDF File: 20



Keywords: Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process (FAHP); supplier selection; Total Value of Purchasing (TVP)





JEL Classification: Q32, L32, M54, P23, P42, L39, P13





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Suggested Citation

Tahriri,
Farzad and Dabbagh, Mohammad and Ale Ebrahim, Nader, Supplier
Assessment and Selection Using Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process in a
Steel Manufacturing Company (April 5, 2014). Journal of Scientific
Research and Reports, vol. 3, no. 10, pp. 1319-1338. Available at SSRN:
http://ssrn.com/abstract=


Supplier Assessment and Selection Using Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process in a Steel Manufacturing Company by Farzad Tahriri, Mohammad Dabbagh, Nader Ale Ebrahim :: SSRN

The impact of emergent virtual leadership competencies on team effectiveness

Volume 35, Issue 2, April 2014, Pages 106-120

The impact of emergent virtual leadership competencies on team effectiveness


Department of Media, Communications and Visual Arts, Pace University, Pleasantville, NJ, United States




Department of Communication, University of Scranton, Scranton, PA, United States





Abstract

Purpose: The research on virtual
team leadership does well to describe the skills that are needed to
guide and direct effective teams. However, what is presupposed in the
previous research is that virtual teams have assigned leaders. That is,
leaders were either management, appointed by management or were chosen
by the team itself. Yet in today's global economy not all virtual teams
have assigned leaders, instead many virtual team leaders emerge on their
own to direct the group's actions. The purpose of this paper is to
examine which emergent leadership competencies most impact virtual team
effectiveness. Design/methodology/approach: This is a mixed method study
where both a participant survey and content analysis of actual
participant messages are used to determine the competencies of emergent
virtual team leaders. The research participants for the current study
were required to work in assigned teams on organizational case analyses.
At the end of each case, teams presented their solutions in the form of
final recommendations designed to fix the problem present in the case.
Findings: Results indicate that not only do leaders emerge in virtual
teams, but in most cases multiple leaders emerge. Results also show that
the model that best describes team effectiveness includes the
competencies of asking questions, cognitive and creative ability and
vision setting. Originality/value: The contribution of the current study
is that it extends the research on emergent virtual team leadership by
introducing the idea that this type of leadership is often a collective
action among individuals. It also advances a model of emergent virtual
team leadership as a practice of communication. The better emergent
virtual team leaders are at communicating to team members the more
effective the team will be in completing tasks and projects, which in
turn can lead to a more effectively functioning business unit. © Emerald
Group Publishing Limited.

Author keywords

Communication; Emergent Leadership; Virtual teams


ISSN: 01437739
Source Type: Journal
Original language: English


DOI: 10.1108/LODJ-03-2012-0043
Document Type: Article
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.


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Monday, 7 April 2014

Maximize Visibility: A Way to Increase Citation Frequency

Maximize Visibility: A Way to Increase Citation Frequency



Nader Ale Ebrahim


University
of Malaya (UM) - Department of Engineering Design and Manufacture,
Faculty of Engineering; University of Malaya (UM) - Research Support
Unit, Centre of Research Services, Institute of Research Management and
Monitoring (IPPP)

Hadi Salehi


Islamic Azad University, Najafabad Branch




May 27, 2013


UM HIR SPECIAL FEATURE (27 May 2013), pp. 1-5, 27 May, 2013.





Abstract:
    



The new version of this article is available online on http://ssrn.com/abstract=2344585

The
number of citations has over 30% share in Times Higher Education (THE)
world university ranking system. Therefore, most of the researchers are
looking for some helpful techniques to increase their citation record.
Nader is developing a module for increasing the visibility of the
research which directly influences the number of citations. This article
reports just some of the key points of the module for improving the
citation counts.




Number of Pages in PDF File: 5



Keywords: Research Tools, Increase H-index, Increase citations, Maximize visibility





JEL Classification: L11, L1, L2, M11, M12, M1, M54, Q1, O1, O3, P42, P24, P29, Q31, Q32, L17





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Date posted: November 7, 2013
 

Suggested Citation

Ale
Ebrahim, Nader and Salehi, Hadi, Maximize Visibility: A Way to Increase
Citation Frequency (May 27, 2013). UM HIR SPECIAL FEATURE (27 May
2013), pp. 1-5, 27 May, 2013.. Available at SSRN:
http://ssrn.com/abstract=2351122


Maximize Visibility: A Way to Increase Citation Frequency by Nader Ale Ebrahim, Hadi Salehi :: SSRN

Sunday, 6 April 2014

Supplier Assessment and Selection Using Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process in a Steel Manufacturing Company

Journal of Scientific Research and Reports, ISSN: 2320–0227,Vol.: 3, Issue.: 10 (October)







Original Research Article







Supplier Assessment and Selection Using Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process in a Steel Manufacturing Company








Farzad Tahriri1*, Mohammad Dabbagh2 and Nader Ale Ebrahim3

1Centre for Product Design
and Manufacturing, Department of Engineering Design and Manufacture,
Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya, 50603, Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia.

2Department of Software Engineering, Faculty of Computer
Science and Information Technology, University of Malaya, 50603, Kuala
Lumpur, Malaysia.

3Research Support Unit, Centre of Research Services,
Institute of Research Management and Monitoring (IPPP), University of
Malaya, Malaysia.










Abstracts




Every
organization needs suppliers and no organization can exist without
suppliers. Therefore, the organizations approach to suppliers and the
selection of the appropriate supplier, its acquisition processes and
policies, and its relationships with suppliers, is of vital importance,
both to organizations and suppliers alike. No organization can be
successful without the support of its supplier base, operationally and
strategically, short or long-term.To select the best supplier, it is
essential to make an analytical decision based upon tangible and
intangible criteria. Chose and management of a supplier has to be
congruent with organizational strategy. Therefore, the vision and
strategy of the manufacturer are the key drivers for how the supply
function will be managed and how supply decisions are made and
exectuted. The proposed model in this study was applied in a steel
manufacturing company in Malaysia with the goal of reducing time in
choosing the correct supplier for the company. This study aims to
provide a systematic model stimulating correct supplier selection using
the Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process (FAHP) method along with a series
of sensitivity analyses which were conducted using the Expert Choice
(EC) program to evaluate the impact of changes in the priority of
criteria for the suppliers' performance and order quantities.

Aims: The main goal of this research is to develop a
systematic model towards the best supplier selection. To facilitate the
aim of the research, we utilized the Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process,
which was a combination of AHP and Fuzzy Theory in order to deal with
the uncertainties and vagueness of decision makers’ judgement.

Study Design: Mention the design of the study here.

Place and Duration of Study: The data samples were taken in a steel manufacturing company in Malaysia.

Methodology: A Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy approach is
used using a quantitative and qualitative criteria for selecting and
evaluating a suitable supplier selection and a six step was conducted to
ensure successful implementation.

Results: The results indicate that the model is able to
assist decision makers to examine the strengths and weaknesses of
supplier selection by comparing them with appropriate criteria,
sub-criteria and sub sub-criteria.

Conclusion: We developed a Fuzzy AHP multi-criteria
decision making model for supplier evaluation and selection in the ABC
steel company in Malaysia. The advantage of the proposed model over
other models like the AHP is that, by adoption of fuzzy numbers, it
effectively improves the flexibility of the conventional AHP in dealing
with the uncertainty and ambiguity associated with different decision
makers’ judgments.




Keywords :

Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process (FAHP); supplier selection; Total Value of Purchasing (TVP).




- See more at: http://www.sciencedomain.org/abstract.php?iid=482&id=22&aid=4238#.U0IFa1eLUiw






Journal of Scientific Research and Reports, ISSN:
2320–0227,Vol.: 3, Issue.: 10 (October)

Original Research Article

Supplier Assessment and Selection
Using Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process in a Steel Manufacturing Company


Farzad Tahriri1*,
Mohammad Dabbagh2 and Nader Ale Ebrahim3
1Centre for Product Design and Manufacturing, Department of
Engineering Design and Manufacture, Faculty of Engineering, University of
Malaya, 50603, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

2Department of Software Engineering, Faculty of Computer Science and
Information Technology, University of Malaya, 50603, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

3Research Support Unit, Centre of Research Services, Institute of
Research Management and Monitoring (IPPP), University of Malaya, Malaysia.

Abstracts

Every organization needs suppliers
and no organization can exist without suppliers. Therefore, the organizations
approach to suppliers and the selection of the appropriate supplier, its
acquisition processes and policies, and its relationships with suppliers, is of
vital importance, both to organizations and suppliers alike. No organization
can be successful without the support of its supplier base, operationally and
strategically, short or long-term.To select the best supplier, it is essential
to make an analytical decision based upon tangible and intangible criteria.
Chose and management of a supplier has to be congruent with organizational
strategy. Therefore, the vision and strategy of the manufacturer are the key
drivers for how the supply function will be managed and how supply decisions
are made and exectuted. The proposed model in this study was applied in a steel
manufacturing company in Malaysia with the goal of reducing time in choosing
the correct supplier for the company. This study aims to provide a systematic
model stimulating correct supplier selection using the Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy
Process (FAHP) method along with a series of sensitivity analyses which were
conducted using the Expert Choice (EC) program to evaluate the impact of
changes in the priority of criteria for the suppliers' performance and order
quantities.

Aims: The main goal of this research is to develop a systematic model
towards the best supplier selection. To facilitate the aim of the research, we
utilized the Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process, which was a combination of AHP
and Fuzzy Theory in order to deal with the uncertainties and vagueness of
decision makers’ judgement.

Study Design: Mention the design of the study here.

Place and Duration of Study: The data samples were taken in a steel
manufacturing company in Malaysia.

Methodology: A Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy approach is used using a
quantitative and qualitative criteria for selecting and evaluating a suitable
supplier selection and a six step was conducted to ensure successful
implementation.

Results: The results indicate that the model is able to assist decision
makers to examine the strengths and weaknesses of supplier selection by
comparing them with appropriate criteria, sub-criteria and sub sub-criteria.

Conclusion: We developed a Fuzzy AHP multi-criteria decision making
model for supplier evaluation and selection in the ABC steel company in Malaysia.
The advantage of the proposed model over other models like the AHP is that, by
adoption of fuzzy numbers, it effectively improves the flexibility of the
conventional AHP in dealing with the uncertainty and ambiguity associated with
different decision makers’ judgments.

Keywords :
Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process
(FAHP); supplier selection; Total Value of Purchasing (TVP).

- See more at: http://www.sciencedomain.org/abstract.php?iid=482&id=22&aid=4238#.U0IFa1eLUiw



Journal of Scientific Research and Reports, ISSN: 2320–0227,Vol.: 3, Issue.: 10 (October)







Original Research Article







Supplier Assessment and Selection Using Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process in a Steel Manufacturing Company








Farzad Tahriri1*, Mohammad Dabbagh2 and Nader Ale Ebrahim3

1Centre for Product Design
and Manufacturing, Department of Engineering Design and Manufacture,
Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya, 50603, Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia.

2Department of Software Engineering, Faculty of Computer
Science and Information Technology, University of Malaya, 50603, Kuala
Lumpur, Malaysia.

3Research Support Unit, Centre of Research Services,
Institute of Research Management and Monitoring (IPPP), University of
Malaya, Malaysia.










Abstracts




Every
organization needs suppliers and no organization can exist without
suppliers. Therefore, the organizations approach to suppliers and the
selection of the appropriate supplier, its acquisition processes and
policies, and its relationships with suppliers, is of vital importance,
both to organizations and suppliers alike. No organization can be
successful without the support of its supplier base, operationally and
strategically, short or long-term.To select the best supplier, it is
essential to make an analytical decision based upon tangible and
intangible criteria. Chose and management of a supplier has to be
congruent with organizational strategy. Therefore, the vision and
strategy of the manufacturer are the key drivers for how the supply
function will be managed and how supply decisions are made and
exectuted. The proposed model in this study was applied in a steel
manufacturing company in Malaysia with the goal of reducing time in
choosing the correct supplier for the company. This study aims to
provide a systematic model stimulating correct supplier selection using
the Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process (FAHP) method along with a series
of sensitivity analyses which were conducted using the Expert Choice
(EC) program to evaluate the impact of changes in the priority of
criteria for the suppliers' performance and order quantities.

Aims: The main goal of this research is to develop a
systematic model towards the best supplier selection. To facilitate the
aim of the research, we utilized the Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process,
which was a combination of AHP and Fuzzy Theory in order to deal with
the uncertainties and vagueness of decision makers’ judgement.

Study Design: Mention the design of the study here.

Place and Duration of Study: The data samples were taken in a steel manufacturing company in Malaysia.

Methodology: A Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy approach is
used using a quantitative and qualitative criteria for selecting and
evaluating a suitable supplier selection and a six step was conducted to
ensure successful implementation.

Results: The results indicate that the model is able to
assist decision makers to examine the strengths and weaknesses of
supplier selection by comparing them with appropriate criteria,
sub-criteria and sub sub-criteria.

Conclusion: We developed a Fuzzy AHP multi-criteria
decision making model for supplier evaluation and selection in the ABC
steel company in Malaysia. The advantage of the proposed model over
other models like the AHP is that, by adoption of fuzzy numbers, it
effectively improves the flexibility of the conventional AHP in dealing
with the uncertainty and ambiguity associated with different decision
makers’ judgments.




Keywords :

Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process (FAHP); supplier selection; Total Value of Purchasing (TVP).




- See more at: http://www.sciencedomain.org/abstract.php?iid=482&id=22&aid=4238#.U0IFa1eLUiw
Supplier Assessment and Selection Using Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process in a St...

Thursday, 3 April 2014

Visibility and Citation Impact

Visibility and Citation Impact



Nader Ale Ebrahim


University
of Malaya (UM) - Department of Engineering Design and Manufacture,
Faculty of Engineering; University of Malaya (UM) - Research Support
Unit, Centre of Research Services, Institute of Research Management and
Monitoring (IPPP)

Hadi Salehi


Islamic Azad University, Najafabad Branch

Mohamed Amin Embi


Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia - Faculty of Education

Farid Habibi


University of Economic Sciences

Hossein Gholizadeh


University of Malaya (UM) - Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering

Seyed Mohammad Motahar


Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia - Faculty of Information Science and Technology




March 30, 2014


International Education Studies, Vol. 7, No. 4, pp. 120-125, 2014





Abstract:
    



The number of publications is the first criteria for
assessing a researcher output. However, the main measurement for author
productivity is the number of citations, and citations are typically
related to the paper's visibility. In this paper, the relationship
between article visibility and the number of citations is investigated. A
case study of two researchers who are using publication marketing tools
confirmed that the article visibility will greatly improve the citation
impact. Some strategies to make the publications available to a larger
audience have been presented at the end of this paper.




Number of Pages in PDF File: 6



Keywords:
H-index, research tools, increase citations, publication marketing,
bibliometrics, improve citations, maximized research visibility,
increase research impact






JEL Classification: L11, L1, L2, M11, M12, M1, M54, Q1, O1, O3, P42, P24, P29, Q31, Q32, L17





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Date posted: April 3, 2014
 

Suggested Citation

Ale
Ebrahim, Nader and Salehi, Hadi and Embi, Mohamed Amin and Habibi,
Farid and Gholizadeh, Hossein and Motahar, Seyed Mohammad, Visibility
and Citation Impact (March 30, 2014). International Education Studies,
Vol. 7, No. 4, pp. 120-125, 2014. Available at SSRN:
http://ssrn.com/abstract=2419315


Visibility and Citation Impact by Nader Ale Ebrahim, Hadi Salehi, Mohamed Amin Embi, Farid Habibi, Hossein Gholizadeh, Seyed Mohammad Motahar :: SSRN

Tuesday, 1 April 2014

Individual and professional development in the digital age: Towards a conceptual model of virtual worlds for organizations



Volume 37, Issue 3, March 2014, Pages 288-307

Individual and professional development in the digital age: Towards a conceptual model of virtual worlds for organizations

Business School, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary




Abstract

Purpose: The current paper aims to
embrace an interdisciplinary approach to illustrate some of the ways in
which virtual worlds expanded upon the individual, social and
professional options of employees in organizational settings.
Design/methodology/approach: Through an extensive literature review, the
paper compiles the latest and most fundamental research capturing
relevant concepts from the fields of psychology, pedagogy, management
and human-computer interaction. Findings: The current conceptual model
incorporates individual- and group-level outcomes associated with
virtual world participation, along three primary dimensions, namely
self-reference, role experimentation and social capital, accounting for
potential variation based on the extent of organizational engagement.
Practical implications: The three proposed dimensions elaborated in the
current model, including reflexivity/transference, role playing/role
identification, and group collaboration/virtual teams, enable
organizations to understand the likely outcomes of their virtual
presence from the perspective of their structural and social attributes.
Originality/value: The proposed conceptual model offers a theoretical
base for academics and practitioners to expand upon and develop concrete
practical examples and cases. © Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Author keywords

Organizational behaviour; Personnel development; Professional development; Role playing; Virtual teams; Virtual worlds


ISSN: 20408269
Source Type: Journal
Original language: English


DOI: 10.1108/MRR-10-2012-0225
Document Type: Article
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.


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