Oscar F. Bustinza
Oscar F. Bustinza
Full Professor of Management / Catedratico de Universidad (U. Granada)
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Servitization: Revisiting the state-of-the-art and research priorities
T Baines, AZ Bigdelli, OF Bustinza, V Guang Shi, J Baldwin, K Ridgway
International Journal of Operations & Production Management 37 (2), 256-278, 2017
Servitization, digitization and supply chain interdependency
F Vendrell-Herrero, OF Bustinza, G Parry, N Georgantzis
Industrial Marketing Management 60, 69-81, 2017
Outsourcing, competitive capabilities and performance: An empirical study in service firms
OF Bustinza, D Arias-Aranda, L Gutierrez-Gutierrez
International Journal of Production Economics 126 (2), 276-288, 2010
Servitization and competitive advantage: The importance of organizational structure and value chain position
OF Bustinza, A Bigdeli, T Baines, C Elliot
Research-Technology Management 58 (5), 53-60, 2015
Supply and demand chain management: The effect of adding services to product offerings
OF Bustinza, G Parry, F Vendrell-Herrero
Supply Chain Management: An International Journal 18 (6), 618-629, 2013
Product-service innovation and performance: The role of collaborative partnerships and R&D intensity
OF Bustinza, E Gomes, F Vendrell-Herrero, T Baines
R&D Management 49 (1), 33-45, 2019
Servitization and value co-production in the UK music industry: An empirical study of consumer attitudes
G Parry, OF Bustinza, F Vendrell-Herrero
International Journal of Production Economics 135 (1), 320-332, 2012
Six sigma: from a goal-theoretic perspective to shared-vision development
LJ Gutierrez-Gutierrez, FJ Lloréns-Montes, OF Bustinza
International Journal of Operations & Production Management 29 (2), 151-169, 2009
Explaining the causes and effects of dynamic capabilities generation: a multiple-indicator multiple-cause modelling approach’
V Barrales-Molina, OF Bustinza, L Gutierrez-Gutierrez
British journal of management 24 (4), 571-591, 2013
Six sigma, absorptive capacity and organisational learning orientation
LJG Gutiérrez, OF Bustinza, VB Molina
International Journal of Production Research 50 (3), 661-675, 2012
Outsourcing as seen from the perspective of knowledge management
OF Bustinza, LM Molina, L Gutierrez-Gutierrez
Journal of Supply Chain Management 46 (3), 23-39, 2010
Music business models and piracy
OF Bustinza, F Vendrell‐Herrero, G Parry, V Myrthianos
Industrial Management & Data Systems, 2013
Exploring the relationship between information technology competence and quality management
MN Pérez-Aróstegui, F Bustinza-Sánchez, V Barrales-Molina
BRQ Business Research Quarterly, 2020
Operations flexibility and outsourcing benefits: An empirical study in service firms
D Arias-Aranda, OF Bustinza, V Barrales-Molina
The Service Industries Journal 31 (11), 1849-1870, 2011
Service implementation in manufacturing: An organisational transformation perspective
OF Bustinza, F Vendrell-Herrero, T Baines
International Journal of Production Economics 192, 1-8, 2017
Organizational learning and performance: Relationship between the dynamic and the operational capabilities of the firm
ÓF Bustinza Sánchez, LM Molina Fernández, D Arias Aranda
African Journal of Business Management, 2010
Servitization as a driver for organizational change
F Vendrell‐Herrero, G Parry, OF Bustinza, N O'Regan
Strategic Change 23 (5-6), 279-285, 2014
The effects of CEOs' social networks on organizational performance through knowledge and strategic flexibility
V Fernández‐Pérez, VJ García‐Morales, ÓF Bustinza‐Sánchez
Personnel Review, 2012
Product-service innovation and performance: unveiling the complexities
OF Bustinza, F Vendrell-Herrero, E Gomes, E Lafuente, M Opazo-Basaez, ...
International Journal of Business Environment 10 (2), 95-111, 2018
Network positioning and risk perception in servitization: Evidence from the UK road transport industry
A Ziaee Bigdeli, OF Bustinza, F Vendrell-Herrero, T Baines
International Journal of Production Research 56 (6), 2169-2183, 2018
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