Suzanne de Treville
Suzanne de Treville
Professor of Operations Management, Faculty of Business and Economics (HEC), University of Lausanne
Verified email at unil.ch
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Could lean production job design be intrinsically motivating? Contextual, configurational, and levels-of-analysis issues
S De Treville, J Antonakis
Journal of Operations Management 24 (2), 99-123, 2006
5832006
From supply chain to demand chain: the role of lead time reduction in improving demand chain performance
S De Treville, RD Shapiro, AP Hameri
Journal of Operations Management 21 (6), 613-627, 2004
3982004
Trading off between heijunka and just-in-sequence
A Hüttmeir, S De Treville, A Van Ackere, L Monnier, J Prenninger
International journal of production economics 118 (2), 501-507, 2009
1452009
Can standard operating procedures be motivating? Reconciling process variability issues and behavioural outcomes
S De Treville, J Antonakis, NM Edelson
Total quality management and business excellence 16 (2), 231-241, 2005
862005
Valuing lead time
S De Treville, I Bicer, V Chavez-Demoulin, V Hagspiel, N Schürhoff, ...
Journal of Operations Management 32 (6), 337-346, 2014
722014
From CAN-Q to MPX: Evolution of queuing software for manufacturing
R Suri, GWW Diehl, S de Treville, MJ Tomsicek
Interfaces 25 (5), 128-150, 1995
581995
It may be cheaper to manufacture at home
S de Treville, L Trigeorgis
Harvard Business Review 88 (10), 84-87, 2010
452010
Getting from “just‐in‐case” to “just‐in‐time”: Insights from a simple model
R Suri, S De Treville
Journal of Operations Management 6 (3-4), 295-304, 1986
431986
Optimal Sourcing and Lead‐Time Reduction under Evolutionary Demand Risk
S de Treville, N Schürhoff, L Trigeorgis, B Avanzi
Production and Operations Management, 2014
382014
Manufacturing flexibility and performance: bridging the gap between theory and practice
S De Treville, S Bendahan, A Vanderhaeghe
International Journal of Flexible Manufacturing Systems 19 (4), 334-357, 2007
372007
Disruption, learning, and system improvement in just-in-time manufacturing
S De Treville
Harvard Business School, 1987
251987
Equipping students to reduce lead times: The role of queuing-theory-based modeling
S De Treville, A Van Ackere
Interfaces 36 (2), 165-173, 2006
242006
Competitive manufacturing in a high-cost environment: introduction to the special issue
S de Treville, M Ketokivi, VR Singhal
Journal of Operations Management, Forthcoming, 17-9, 2017
222017
Applying operations management logic and tools to save lives: A case study of the World Health Organization's Global Drug Facility
S de Treville, I Smith, A Rölli, V Arnold
Journal of Operations Management 24 (4), 397-406, 2006
212006
How to fail at flexibility
A Vanderhaeghe, S De Treville
Supply Chain Forum: An International Journal 4 (1), 64-7, 2003
192003
Economies of extremes: Lessons from venture-capital decision making
S de Treville, JS Petty, S Wager
Journal of Operations Management 32 (6), 387-398, 2014
182014
Rapid Modelling for Increasing Competitiveness
G Reiner
Springer, 2009
172009
Rapid modeling: the use of queueing models to support time-based competitive manufacturing
R Suri, S de Treville
Operations Research in Production Planning and Control, 21-30, 1993
171993
Real options at the interface of finance and operations: exploiting embedded supply-chain real options to gain competitiveness
B Avanzi, I Bicer, S de Treville, L Trigeorgis
The European Journal of Finance 19 (7-8), 760-778, 2013
162013
Constructing useful theory: The case of Six Sigma
S de Treville, NM Edelson, AN Kharkar, B Avanzi
Operations management research 1 (1), 15-23, 2008
142008
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