Annals of Industrial Engineering 2012, 2012 Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1447153499
  • ISBN-13: 9781447153498
  • DDC: 658.5
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  • 374 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2014 | Published/Released May 2014
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Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Industrial Management and the XVI Congreso de Ingeniería de Organización (CIO 2012). The aim of CIO is to establish a forum for the open and free exchange of ideas, opinions and academic experiences about research, technology transfer or successful business experiences in the field of Industrial Engineering. The CIO 2012 is an annual meeting promoted by "Asociación para el Desarrollo de la Ingeniería de Organización" (Industrial Engineers Association, ADINGOR) with a  Scientific Committee composed of 61 international referees and more than 200 professionals from 7 countries. A selection of the lectures and presentations made over three days by researchers and practitioners from  different countries are presented here. A range of topics is covered including:A selection of the lectures and presentations made over three days by researchers and practitioners from  different countries are presented here. A range of topics is covered including:·         Business Administration & Economic Environment ·         Technological & Organizational Innovation·         Logistics & Supply Chain Management·         Production & Operations Management·         Management Systems & SustainabilityThe conference in Industrial Engineering (CIO) and its proceedings are an excellent platform for the dissemination of the outputs of the scientific projects developed in the frame of the International Research and Development plans.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
1: Business Administration and Economic Environment.
2: A Characterization of Types and Determinant Factors for Corporate Entrepreneurship: A Case Study Based Analysis.
3: Activity Based Costing, Time-Driven Activity Based Costing and Lean Accounting: Differences Among Three Accounting Systems’ Approach to Manufacturing.
4: Operational Characterisation of a Micro-SME Producing Farmhouse Cheese in the South of Venezuela.
5: Analysis of the Operating Efficiency of Mobile Operators During the 2002–2008 Period.
6: Challenges in Data-driven Hotel Infrastructure Assignment Decisions.
7: Economic Analysis of the Renewable Energy Policies in the European Union.
8: Analyzing the Chinese Development and Its Impacts on the Brazilian Economy.
9: Rethinking the Social Contract: An Agent-Based Model Approach.
10: Technological and Organizational Innovation.
11: The Importance of Strategic Alignment in Enterprise Collaboration.
12: Infrastructure Assignment Reference Metamodel.
13: Innovation Infrastructures Assessment Through Knowledge Management Models.
14: Managing Systems and Innovation: An Empirical Study of Basque Firms.
15: Knowledge Management Practices in SME: Case Study in Basque Country SME.
16: Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
17: Internal and External Supply Chain Integration: Construct Definition and Validatiion.
18: Characterizing Productive Processes with Lack of Homogeneity in the Product and Its Impact on the Master Planning and Order Promising.
19: The Reduction of CO2 Emission Into the Supply Network Design: A Review of Current Trends in Mathematical Models.
20: Design of a Continuous Review Stock Policy.
21: MILP Model for Designing the Intermodal Inland Terminals and Seaports Network: A Case Study.
22: Modeling of Integrated Management System of Sugar Cane: Taking Advantage of Sugarcane Agriculture Residues.
23: An Overnight Parcel Logistics Company’s Capillary Distribution Network Design by Regression Analysis.
24: Optimization of Recyclable Waste Collection Using Real-Time Information.
25: Production and Operations Management.
26: Managing Qualities, Tones and Gages of Ceramic Supply Chains Through Master Planning.
27: Strategic Capacity Planning in KIOs: A Classification Scheme.
28: Leagility in Enterprise Networks Configuration of Capital Goods Sector.
29: Minimizing the Makespan on Parallel Batch Scheduling with Stochastic Times.
30: A Makespan Minimization in an m-Stage Flow Shop Lot Streaming with Sequence Dependent Setup Times: MILP Model and Experimental Approach.
31: A Modified Approach Based on Ranking Fuzzy Numbers for Fuzzy Integer Programming with Equality Constraints.
32: Modeling and Solving a Variant of MMSP-W Problem with Production Mix Restrictions.
33: Coordination Mechanism for MILP Models to Plan Operations Within an Advanced Planning and Scheduling System in a Motor Company: A Case Study.
34: Lean-Six Sigma Approach put into Practice in an Empirical Study.
35: Lean Toolbox for Seasonal Process Industries: A Nougat Fabrication Case Study.
36: Systematic Improvement of IT Processes: Application of CMMI.DEV in Implementation of ERP.
37: Management Systems and Sustainability.
38: Quality, Environment and Safety: From Individual Systems to Integration—A Portuguese Case Study.
39: Evaluation of the Business Process Management Practices: An Application in the Company of Oil and Gas Exploration and Production.
40: Safety Management Models in Manufacturing Companies.
41: Strategic Packaging Logistics: A Case Study from a Supply Chain Perspective.
42: Insights into Corporate Social Responsibility Measurement.
43: Personnel Participation: A Review of Its Role in Corporate Social Responsibility Models and Standards.
44: A Performance Measurement Framework for Monitoring Supply Chain Sustainability.
45: Papers Prize–Award.
46: A Methodology to Share Profits and Costs in Non-Hierarchical Networks.
47: Fill Rate in a Periodic Review Base Stock System Under Discrete Distributed Demand for the Backordering Case.
48: A Proposed Collaborative Network Enterprise Model in the Fruit-and-Vegetable Sector Using Maturity Models.
49: Incorporating Small-Scale Farmers Into Sustainable Supply Chains: A Case Study.