Publications Archive

Lists a selection of publications involving DeGroote students and faculty.

The Learning Organization, Vol. 18 No. 3, pp. 239-250

Improving service delivery: Investigating the role of information sharing, job characteristics, and employee satisfaction.

Bontis, N., Richards, D. and Serenko, A.

Computers in Human Behavior, Vol. 27, pp. 1438-1444.

Parallels in knowledge cycles.

Curado, C. & Bontis, N.

Knowledge Process Management, Vol. 18 No. 1, pp. 1-9.

Practical relevance of knowledge management and intellectual capital scholarly research: Books as knowledge translation agents.

Serenko, A., Bontis, N. and Hull, E.

Journal of Informetrics, Vol. 5 No. 1, pp. 219-223.

What’s familiar is excellent: The impact of exposure effect on perceived journal quality.

Serenko, A. & Bontis, N.

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Information Bombardment: Rising above the digital onslaught.

Bontis, N.

Annals of Operations Research.

Minimizing the weighted number of tardy jobs with due date assignment and capacity constrained deliveries.

Steiner, G & Zhang, R.

Journal of Scheduling.

Single machine batch scheduling with release times and delivery costs.

Selvarajah, E., Steiner, G. and Zhang, R.

Just-in-Time Systems, Springer Optimization and Its Applications.

Scheduling to maximize the number of just-in-time jobs: A survey.

Shabtay, D. & Steiner, G.

Revised delivery time quotation in scheduling with tardiness penalties.

Revised delivery time quotation in scheduling with tardiness penalties.

Steiner, G. & Zhang, R.

Journal of Scheduling, Vol. 14, pp. 455-469.

Bicriteria approach to minimize the total weighted number of tardy jobs with convex controllable processing times and assignable due dates.

Shabtay, D. & Steiner, G.

Journal of Retailing, Vol. 87, pp. 101-110.

Integrating production cost in channel decisions.

Wu, R., Basuroy, S. and Beldona, S.

Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 96 No. 1, pp. 169-182.

Attachment at (not to) work: Applying Attachment Theory to explain individual behavior in organizations.

Richards, D.A. & Schat, A.C.H.