The KLU faculty, post-docs, and PhD candidates regularly publish the results of their research in scientific journals. You will find a complete overview of all KLU publications below (e.g. articles in peer-reviewed journals, professional journals, books, working papers, and conference proceedings). Search for relevant terms and keywords, or filter the list by name, year of publication or type of publication. The references include DOIs and abstracts where available, and you can download them to your own reference database or platform. We regularly update the database with new publications.
Himme, Alexander and Marc Fischer (2011): Timing der Markteinführung von Innovationen, in: (ed.): Handbuch Technologie- und Innovationsmanagement, 2. ed., Gabler: Wiesbaden, 419-436.
Baur, Dirk G. (2011): Contagion and the Real Economy during the Global Financial Crisis, in: Kolb, Robert W. (ed.): Financial Contagion: The Viral Threat to the Wealth of Nations, Wiley: Hoboken, 219-227.
Van Quaquebeke, Niels (2011): Respekt als Antwort, in: Obermayr, Ulrike (ed.): Respekt! - 100 Frauen - 100 Geschichten, Bund-Verl.: Frankfurt am Main, 206-207.
Albers, Sönke and Oliver Gassmann (2011): Technologie- und Innovationsmanagement, in: (ed.): Handbuch Technologie- und Innovationsmanagement, 2. ed., Gabler: Wiesbaden, 13-21.
Klinkmüller, Christopher, Robert Kunkel, André Ludwig and Bogdan Franczyk (2011): The Logistics Service Engineering and Management Platform: Features, Architecture, Implementation, in: van der Aalst, Wil, John Mylopoulos, Michael Rosemann, Michael J. Shaw, Clemens Szyperski and Witold Abramowicz (ed.): Business Information Systems, Springer Berlin Heidelberg: Berlin, Heidelberg, 242-253.
Abstract: The logistics service sector is faced with a growing complexity which needs to be handled by cooperating logistics providers aligning their services in a network. This paper introduces the Logistics Service Engineering and Management platform supporting the Fourth Party Logistics Provider business model that aims at establishing a coordinator of such a network. Hence the idea to employ the service oriented design paradigm at the software and at the business level along with the main features of the platform is presented. Furthermore the basic architecture is explained and a closer look at some implementation details is presented.
McKinnon, Alan C. (2010): Environmental sustainability: a new priority for logistics managers, in: (ed.): Green logistics: Improving the environmental sustainability of logistics, Reprinted ed., Kogan Page: London, 3-30.
Thies, Silva and Sönke Albers (2010): Applications of PLS in Marketing : Content Strategies on the Internet, in: Esposito Vinzi, Vincenzo, Wynn W. Chin, Jörg Henseler and Huiwen Wang (ed.): Handbook of partial least squares : concepts, methods and applications, Springer: Berlin, 589-604.
McKinnon, Alan C., Maja I. Piecyk and Julian Allen (2010): Evaluating and internalizing the environmental costs of logistics, in: (ed.): Green logistics: Improving the environmental sustainability of logistics, Reprinted ed., Kogan Page: London, 68-98.
McKinnon, Alan C. (2010): The role of government in promoting green logistics, in: (ed.): Green logistics: Improving the environmental sustainability of logistics, Reprinted ed., Kogan Page: London, 341-360.
Acciaro, Michele and Hercules E. Haralambides (2010): Bundling transport and logistics services in global supply chains, in: Cullinane, Kevin (ed.): International handbook of maritime business, Elgar: Cheltenham, 123-149.
McKinnon, Alan C. (2010): Optimizing the road freight transport system, in: Waters, C. Donald J. (ed.): Global logistics: New directions in supply chain management, 6. ed., Kogan Page: London, 284-304.
McKinnon, Alan C. (2010): Increasing fuel efficiency in the road freight sector, in: (ed.): Green logistics: Improving the environmental sustainability of logistics, Reprinted ed., Kogan Page: London, 229-241.
Raasch, Christina and Cornelius Herstatt (2010): The Dynamics of User Innovation: Drivers and Impediments of Innovation Activities, in: Flowers, Stephen and Flis Henwood (ed.): Perspectives on user innovation, Imperial College Press: London.
McKinnon, Alan C. and Julia B. Edwards (2010): Opportunities for improving vehicle utilization, in: (ed.): Green logistics: Improving the environmental sustainability of logistics, Reprinted ed., Kogan Page: London, 195-214.
Klinkmüller, Christopher, André Ludwig, Bogdan Franczyk and Rolf Kluge (2010): Visualising Business Capabilities in the Context of Business Analysis, in: van der Aalst, Will, John Mylopoulos, Norman M. Sadeh, Michael J. Shaw, Clemens Szyperski, Witold Abramowicz and Robert Tolksdorf (ed.): Business Information Systems, Springer Berlin Heidelberg: Berlin, Heidelberg, 242-253.
Abstract: Business capabilities represent potentials of an organisation to reach a specific goal or outcome. Business capabilities abstract from processes, resources and people that are required to provide the potential and are connected with a role model of provider and customer, both, internally and externally to an organisation. While related work provides fundamental concepts and usage descriptions of the business capability approach, so far the aspect of visualisation of business capabilities in the context of business analysis was only rudimentary addressed. In this paper, a three-dimensional business capability visualisation metaphor for business analyses is outlined which supports the visualisation of business capabilities and their qualifying dimensions but also the representation of their complex multi-dimensional interrelations.
Karastoyanova, Dimka (2010): On Scientific Experiments and Flexible Service Compositions, in: Sachs, Kai, Ilia Petrov and Pablo Guerrero (ed.): From Active Data Management to Event-Based Systems and More: Papers in Honor of Alejandro Buchmann on the Occasion of His 60th Birthday, Springer Berlin Heidelberg: Berlin, Heidelberg, 175-194.
Abstract: The IT support for scientific experimenting and e-science is currently not at the level of maturity of the support enterprises obtain. Since recently there is a trend of reusing existing enterprise software and related concepts for scientific experiments, scientific workflows and simulation. Most notably these are the workflow technology, which is widely used in business process management (BPM), and integration paradigms like the service oriented architecture (SOA). In this work we give an overview of open issues in the support for scientific experiments and possible approaches to addressing them in a service-based environment. We identify the need for enhancing the BPM practices, technologies and techniques in order to render them applicable in the area of scientific experimenting. We stress on the even greater importance of workflow flexibility and also show why flexibility techniques are crucial when it is about improving the IT support for scientists.
Leymann, Frank, Dimka Karastoyanova and Michael P. Papazoglou (2010): Business Process Management Standards, in: Vom Brocke, Jan and Michael Rosemann (ed.): Handbook on Business Process Management 1: Introduction, Methods, and Information Systems, Springer Berlin Heidelberg: Berlin, Heidelberg, 513-542.
Abstract: This chapter discusses the evolution of standards for BPM. The focus is on technology-related standards, especially on standards for specifying process models. A discussion of the two fundamental approaches for modeling processes, graph-based and operator-based, supports a better understanding of the evolution of standards. For each standard discussed, we describe its core concepts and its impact on the evolution of standards. The corresponding influence on the overall architecture of BPM environments is worked out.