Manufacturing operation transfer from USA to Mexico Case study

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  • Companies are continuously looking for resources and skills which lead them to a higher performance. Companies should manage not only the resource access, but a collaborative strategy as well, which maximizes the benefits of a healthy and constructive interaction expected between customer and provid...

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Main Author: Vargas-Hernández, José G.; University Center for Economic and Managerial Sciences, University of Guadalajara (México)
Other Authors: Arellano-Rodríguez, Juan Bernardino; University Center for Economic and Managerial Sciences, University of Guadalajara (México)
Format: Artículo
Language: spa
Published: 2017
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Online Access: https://revistas.ulima.edu.pe/index.php/Ingenieria_industrial/article/view/1799
Summary:Companies are continuously looking for resources and skills which lead them to a higher performance. Companies should manage not only the resource access, but a collaborative strategy as well, which maximizes the benefits of a healthy and constructive interaction expected between customer and provider. This paper analyzes the case of a company accustomed to operate with a traditional business model, and the paradigm shift that was necessary as a result of its exposure to the new customer’s requirements and demands for total openness, cooperation and transparency.

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