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Boltze, Manfred, Frederik Rühl, Ulrich Berbner and Hanno Friedrich (2017): The Interdisciplinary Decision Map: A Reference Model for Production, Logistics and Traffic, in: Abele, Eberhard (ed.): Dynamic and Seamless Integration of Production, Logistics and Traffic: Fundamentals of Interdisciplinary Decision Support, Springer International Publishing: Cham, 31-47.
Abstract: Due to strong interdependencies between production, logistics and traffic, a decision in one of these fields has impacts on the others. However, decision-makers in and around today’s supply chains rarely consider effects of their decisions on other participants of the supply chain or the traffic system. Thus, a tool for decision support, which clearly illustrates the variety of impacts of a decision, is highly desirable. Accordingly, this chapter presents a reference model in the context of production, logistics and traffic, called Interdisciplinary Decision Map (IDM). The IDM allows for describing and analysing interdisciplinary impacts of decisions across the disciplines. Thus, it can serve as decision support tool for decision-makers out of the considered domains. The IDM’s applicability is demonstrated by using it to analyse selected impacts of an HGV toll’s introduction on production, logistics and traffic.
Petersen, Moritz, Sebastian Brockhaus and Wolfgang Kersten (2016): Berücksichtigung der Nachhaltigkeit in der Entwicklung und Vermarktung von Konsumgütern, in: Leal Filho, Walter (ed.): Forschung für Nachhaltigkeit an deutschen Hochschulen, Springer Fachmedien: Wiesbaden, 331-347.
Bürger, Bernd and Catharina Vogt (2016): The Austrian Human Rights Advisory Board: Preventing unethical use of police force with regard to restorative justice principles, in: (ed.): Strengthening democrativ processes: Police oversight through Restorative Justice with a special focus on Austria, Hungary and Germany, Verlag für Polizeiwissenschaft: Frankfurt am Main, 117-140.
Kunz, Navina, Catharina Vogt, Joachim Kersten and Ansgar Burchard (2016): Complaint procedures and Restorative Justice solutions for conflicts between police and Turkish minority people, in: (ed.): Strengthening democrativ processes: Police oversight through Restorative Justice with a special focus on Austria, Hungary and Germany, Verlag für Polizeiwissenschaft: Frankfurt am Main, 65-82.
Witte, Erich H., Niels Van Quaquebeke and Tilman Eckloff (2016): Macht als sozialpsychologisches Konzept, in: Möslein, Florian (ed.): Private Macht, 1. Aufl ed., Mohr Siebeck: Tübingen, 65-82.
Decker, Catharina and Niels Van Quaquebeke (2016): Respektvolle Führung fördern und entwickeln, in: Felfe, Jörg (ed.): Handbuch Mitarbeiterführung: Wirtschaftspsychologisches Praxiswissen für Fach- und Führungskräfte, 1. ed., Springer: Berlin, 27-40.
Abstract: In diesem Kapitel beleuchten wir das für das Verhältnis zwischen Führungskräften und ihren Mitarbeitern zentrale Thema des Respekts. Dabei unterscheiden wir zwischen respektvoller und respektierter Führung: Bei respektvoller Führung geht es darum, Mitarbeitern trotz Hierarchieunterschieds auf Augenhöhe zu begegnen. Bei respektierter Führung geht es darum, dass Führungskräfte von ihren Mitarbeitern Respekt für ihre Fähigkeiten und Leistungen erhalten. Wir zeigen, welche Konsequenzen Führung in Bezug auf beide Respektformen hat und wie sie zustande kommt bzw. sich fördern lässt.
Thaller, Carina, Benjamin Dahmen, Gernot Liedtke and Hanno Friedrich (2015): Freight Transport Demand Modelling – Typology of Characterizing Freight Transport Demand Models, in: Clausen, Uwe, Hanno Friech and Christiane Geiger (ed.): Commercial transport - Proceedings of the 2nd Interdiciplinary Conference on Production, Logistics and Traffic 2015, Springer: Cham, Switzerland, 39-54.
Abstract: Due to the structural heterogeneity of freight transport and its long-term subordinate consideration, there have been low research activities in this field as well as low motivations to integrate this segment into transport demand models for decades. There is also no generally valid framework for freight transport modelling in comparison to passenger transport modelling. Without a common framework, it is difficult to exchange ideas between scientists and to enable an efficient communication and solid agreements between a client and a contractor of a transport modelling service. This contribution presents a typological order of characteristics of freight transport demand models which covers their internal structures and employed methods. In addition, a systematic overview of selected international freight transport demand models is given.
Hansen, Ole and Hanno Friedrich (2015): An Inventory-Focused Analysis of German Food Supply Chains: The Case of Dairy Products, in: Clausen, Uwe, Hanno Friech and Christiane Geiger (ed.): Commercial transport - Proceedings of the 2nd Interdiciplinary Conference on Production, Logistics and Traffic 2015, Springer: Cham, Switzerland, 337-347.
Abstract: This work was created as part of the research project SEAK, which looks into possible causes and consequences of food shortfalls in Germany and is moreover also aimed at developing and evaluating possible mitigation strategies for these shortfalls. For the management of shortfalls in food supply it would be, as a first step, crucial to have information on existing inventories. Making for example decisions on the reallocation of food products into regions affected by disasters is only possible if knowledge about the (regional) availability of food quantities is present in the first place. This could be considered as a necessary transparency. However, in the German food sector, it is hard to get data about the inventories kept by companies like producers, logistic service providers (LSP’s), wholesalers or retailers. This is due to the fact that usually companies are not obliged to publish this information. Moreover, this information is also considered confidential in most companies, since it would give competitors insight into their business model and processes, which are oftentimes the basis for their success. Since information concerning food inventories is not publicly available, it has to be derived in another manner. This work is aimed at providing a scientific basis for the modelling of inventories along food supply chains. More specifically, it does so for the food commodity group of dairy products. We gathered information on all available food products, but limit this particular analysis to dairy products as a showcase of our approach. First, we introduce the data set used for the analysis and the methodology applied to it. In a next step, characteristics of typical German dairy supply chains are described using practical evidence as well as literature findings. The description follows the supply chain’s structure from start to finish, downstream. In the end, concluding remarks are made and possible further research ventures are suggested.
Acciaro, Michele (2015): Climate Change Adaptation in the Panama Canal, in: Ng, Koi Yu Adolf, Austin Becker, Stephen Cahoon, Shu-Ling Chen, Paul Earl and Zaili Yang (ed.): Climate change and adaptation planning for ports, Routledge: London, 172-193.
Strauch, Steve, Vasilios Andrikopoulos, Dimka Karastoyanova and Karolina Vukojevic-Haupt (2015): Migrating e-Science Applications to the Cloud: Methodology and Evaluation: Cloud Computing with e-Science Applications, CRC Press.
Acciaro, Michele (2015): The logistic integration of ports and rail networks: The experience in Northern Europe, in: SRM (ed.): Italian Maritime Economy. Terminals, logistics and its players: challenges from a pivotal Mediterranean position, Annual Report 2015, Giannini: Naples, 129-150.
Abstract: Chapter VII - The experience in Northern Europe1. Ports and logistics integration2. The role of the port authorities3. The success of Northern European ports4. The distinctive traits of rail transport in the ports of Northern Europe5. The main experiences in Europe6. Conclusions
Maracke, Catharina (2015): Das Urheberwahrnehmungsgesetz von 1965, in: Dreier, Thomas and Reto M. Hilty (ed.): Vom Magnettonband zu Social Media: Festschrift : 50 Jahre Urheberrechtsgesetz (UrhG), C.H.Beck Verlag: München, 41-54.
Hagenmaier, Markus, Stephanie Preissner, Christina Raasch and Michael Zaggl (2014): Die Integration des Kunden in den Innovationsprozess – Eine Untersuchung zu Mass Customization von Produkt-Service Systemen, in: Vogel-Heuser, Birgit, Udo Lindemann and Gunther Reinhart (ed.): Innovationsprozesse zyklenorientiert managen: Verzahnte Entwicklung von Produkt-Service Systemen, Springer Berlin Heidelberg: Berlin, Heidelberg, 206-219.
Decker, Catharina, N. Kunz, Ansgar Burchard and Joachim Kersten (2014): Turkish Migrants in Germany in Conflict with the Police: Conflict Analysis and Recommedations for Conflict Solution, in: (ed.): Police-Minority Relations: Policing Ethnic Minorities: Restorative Justice in Police Practice, L'Harmattan: Budapest, 11-28.
Greguras, Gary, Jim Difendorff, Jane Carpenter and Christian Tröster (2014): Person-Environment Fit and Self-Determination Theory, in: Gagné, Marylène (ed.): The Oxford Handbook of Work Engagement, Motivation, and Self-Determination Theory, Oxford University Press: New York.
Abstract: Despite self-determination and person-environment fit theories being comprised of several common key components, rarely have these theoretical frameworks been integrated. Both self-determination and person-environment fit theories highlight the importance of individuals’ need satisfactions and motivations. For example, self-determination theory highlights the importance of the reasons for goal pursuit in predicting individual well-being. Similarly, in person-environment fit theories, employee-environment value congruence is important because values influence outcomes through goals (motivation). The article begins by discussing the similarities and differences between these two theoretical frameworks, then devotes attention to integrating these frameworks and presenting an agenda for future research. It also discusses social network theory and research and highlights the potential usefulness of integrating these lines of research. A main premise of the article’s analysis is that self-determination theory is likely a useful framework for better understanding the processes through which person-environment fit influences employee outcomes.