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Baines, Tim; Lightfoot, Howard
Publisher: Aston University
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
Servitization is a growing area of interest amongst practitioners, policy makers and academics, and much is still to be learnt about its adoption in practice. This paper makes a contribution to this debate by identifying the key facilities practices that successfully servitizing manufacturers appear to be deploying and the underlying rationale behind their configuration. Although these are preliminary findings from a longer-term research programme,this short communication seeks to highlight implications to manufacturing professionals and organisations who are considering the servitization of their operations.
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    • Baines, T., Brown, S, Benedettini, O., and Ball, P. (2012b) 'Examining green production and its role within the competitive strategy of manufacturers', Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management, Vol 5 nº 1 (2012), 53-87. Online ISSN: 2013-0953; Print ISSN: 2013-8423 Baines T., Lightfoot, H., and Smart P (2012c) 'Servitization within manufacturing operations: An exploration of the impact to facilities practices, IJMechE Part B, Vol 226, 2, 377-380.
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