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Working Papers on Operations Management

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  1. Protocol: Systematic Literature Review on coordination mechanisms for the mathematical programming models in production planning with decentralized decision making

    Rius-Sorolla, Gregorio; Maheut, Julien; Estelles-Miguel, Sofía; Garcia-Sabater, José Pedro
    [EN] The article presents the research protocol for a systematic literature review on the coordination mechanisms in the mathematical programming for decentralized decision making on the planning and scheduling, intra or inter companies from 2006 to 2016.

  2. Entrepreneurship, finance entrepreneurs and job creation: Evidence from panel data

    Vega-Pascual, Manuela; Di Pietro, Filippo; Alfalla-Luque, Rafaela
    [EN] Within the line of research in entrepreneurship and economic development that defends the entrepreneurial activity as a tool for job creation and activation of the economy, we will perform an empirical analysis in Spain of the relationship between the institutional environment, specifically the entrepreneurial finance variable , capital structure and growth of young firms. To this end, this study focuses on the business context of young Spanish SMEs and uses information from the GEM and SABI databases for the period 2008-2015. Using the panel data methodology, empirical evidence is provided that access to finance favors the indebtedness of young...

  3. Protocolo: Comparación del ABP y lección magistral activa para desarrollar la capacidad emprendedora en estudiantes universitarios del área de Marketing

    Rincón Diez, Virginia; Zorrilla Calvo, Pilar
    [EN] This protocol presents a research process which aims to analyze the impact of an active learning model on entrepreneurship of university students of Marketing. First, a learning model is proposed which allows to jointly conducting the content of different subjects and which provides an integrated vision of Marketing. Subsequently, the concept of entrepreneurship is defined and a measuring instrument is mentioned. Through this instrument the information needed to analyze to what extent the new learning model promotes students’ entrepreneurship is gathered. Finally, several possibilities to perform the data analysis are presented.

  4. Análisis del Sistema de Comunicación Interna de una Pequeña Empresa

    Sanchis, Pablo Ignacio; Bonavia, Tomas
    [EN] The aim of this paper is to analyze the internal communication system in a small company. We used structured interviews in all hierarchical levels to compare the perceptive differences and the way of using the communication tools. A total of five one-hour interview sessions were made to evaluate the involved variables in every communicative tool appointed byor-ganization members. The results showed some contradictions between the respondentsand a low horizontal and descending communication caused by the limited use of these commu-nication tools. Finally, suggestions for improvements to prevent problems and enhance their positive effects were informed.

  5. Evaluation of teaching: some reflections

    Canós Darós, Lourdes; Pons Morera, Carlos; Santandreu Mascarell, Cristina; Vidal-Carreras, Pilar I.
    [EN] In this paper we present some reflections about the process of evaluation of teaching as a starting point for an improvement. Without information there cannot be change. Any improvement in the classroom requires dealing with information coming from, first, the students as counterpart in the university learning teaching process; second, other colleagues who give their professional opinion and; third, of ourselves as lecturers, so that a complete evaluation is made from all points of view.

  6. Evaluation of teaching: some reflections

    Canós Darós, Lourdes; Pons Morera, Carlos; Santandreu Mascarell, Cristina; Vidal-Carreras, Pilar I.
    [EN] In this paper we present some reflections about the process of evaluation of teaching as a starting point for an improvement. Without information there cannot be change. Any improvement in the classroom requires dealing with information coming from, first, the students as counterpart in the university learning teaching process; second, other colleagues who give their professional opinion and; third, of ourselves as lecturers, so that a complete evaluation is made from all points of view.

  7. A proposal for a course of Operations Management for the Degree in Electronics and Automatic

    Vidal-Carreras, Pilar I.; Garcia-Sabater, Julio J.; Canos-Daros, Lourdes
    [EN] At this work a methodology is proposed for a course of the discipline of Operations Management with a focus on active methodologies in the degree of Electronics and Automatic. For the course is combined: lecture, group work, problem-based learning, project-based learning and presentation of group work. Previous experiences in the same course allow us to conclude the importance of the lecture in this environment in what is the only course of the discipline in all the degree. The importance of feedback in project learning is not easy for large groups such as the case study, suggesting the presentation of...

  8. A proposal for a course of Operations Management for the Degree in Electronics and Automatic

    Vidal-Carreras, Pilar I.; Garcia-Sabater, Julio J.; Canos-Daros, Lourdes
    [EN] At this work a methodology is proposed for a course of the discipline of Operations Management with a focus on active methodologies in the degree of Electronics and Automatic. For the course is combined: lecture, group work, problem-based learning, project-based learning and presentation of group work. Previous experiences in the same course allow us to conclude the importance of the lecture in this environment in what is the only course of the discipline in all the degree. The importance of feedback in project learning is not easy for large groups such as the case study, suggesting the presentation of...

  9. The Service-Learning methodology applied to Operations Management: From the Operations Plan to business start up.

    García-Ramos, Constantino; Martínez-Campillo, Almudena
    [EN] A teaching innovation methodology characterized for being a link between the students´ learning process and the University Social Responsibility is the "Service-Learning" (SL). Recently, it is been emphasized that teachers in the field of Business Management should use teaching methods that promote civic values and social commitment. In this line, the SL complements the economic-financial education that students receive, allowing them to develop important professional and personal skills as well as to receive training according to socially responsible principles, since they learn by working in community service initiatives. Our SL experience consisted in combining the teaching innovation in five subjects...

  10. The Service-Learning methodology applied to Operations Management: From the Operations Plan to business start up.

    García-Ramos, Constantino; Martínez-Campillo, Almudena
    [EN] A teaching innovation methodology characterized for being a link between the students´ learning process and the University Social Responsibility is the "Service-Learning" (SL). Recently, it is been emphasized that teachers in the field of Business Management should use teaching methods that promote civic values and social commitment. In this line, the SL complements the economic-financial education that students receive, allowing them to develop important professional and personal skills as well as to receive training according to socially responsible principles, since they learn by working in community service initiatives. Our SL experience consisted in combining the teaching innovation in five subjects...

  11. The Service-Learning methodology applied to Operations Management: From the Operations Plan to business start up.

    García-Ramos, Constantino; Martínez-Campillo, Almudena
    [EN] A teaching innovation methodology characterized for being a link between the students´ learning process and the University Social Responsibility is the "Service-Learning" (SL). Recently, it is been emphasized that teachers in the field of Business Management should use teaching methods that promote civic values and social commitment. In this line, the SL complements the economic-financial education that students receive, allowing them to develop important professional and personal skills as well as to receive training according to socially responsible principles, since they learn by working in community service initiatives. Our SL experience consisted in combining the teaching innovation in five subjects...

  12. The impact of Flipped Classroom on the motivation and learning of students in Operations Management

    Díaz Garrido, Eloísa; Martín-Peña, María Luz; Sánchez-López, José María
    [EN] The objective of this work is to analyze the effectiveness of the Flipped Classroom methodology in the discipline of Operations Management, analyzing for this the motivation of the students and their learning results in terms of the acquisition of skills and qualifications obtained. Specifically, a comparative analysis is carried out with two teaching groups, having applied the methodology of Flipped Classroom only in one of them.

  13. The impact of Flipped Classroom on the motivation and learning of students in Operations Management

    Díaz Garrido, Eloísa; Martín-Peña, María Luz; Sánchez-López, José María
    [EN] The objective of this work is to analyze the effectiveness of the Flipped Classroom methodology in the discipline of Operations Management, analyzing for this the motivation of the students and their learning results in terms of the acquisition of skills and qualifications obtained. Specifically, a comparative analysis is carried out with two teaching groups, having applied the methodology of Flipped Classroom only in one of them.

  14. The impact of Flipped Classroom on the motivation and learning of students in Operations Management

    Díaz Garrido, Eloísa; Martín-Peña, María Luz; Sánchez-López, José María
    [EN] The objective of this work is to analyze the effectiveness of the Flipped Classroom methodology in the discipline of Operations Management, analyzing for this the motivation of the students and their learning results in terms of the acquisition of skills and qualifications obtained. Specifically, a comparative analysis is carried out with two teaching groups, having applied the methodology of Flipped Classroom only in one of them.

  15. Teamwork dynamics analysis as a teaching resource in operations management courses

    Oltra Mestre, Maria J.; Garcia Palao, Cristina; Flor, Marisa
    [EN] Team working is a form to organize the work in numerosus production contexts and so an competence to be develop in students from several high educational courses. The objective of the work is to research on how to facilitate the teamworking competence development on operations management students. Action learning is use as methodology and student’s reflections are the base for making proposals which are mainly related with using process analysis as reference for the teams flow work analysis.

  16. Teamwork dynamics analysis as a teaching resource in operations management courses

    Oltra Mestre, Maria J.; Garcia Palao, Cristina; Flor, Marisa
    [EN] Team working is a form to organize the work in numerosus production contexts and so an competence to be develop in students from several high educational courses. The objective of the work is to research on how to facilitate the teamworking competence development on operations management students. Action learning is use as methodology and student’s reflections are the base for making proposals which are mainly related with using process analysis as reference for the teams flow work analysis.

  17. Teamwork dynamics analysis as a teaching resource in operations management courses

    Oltra Mestre, Maria J.; Garcia Palao, Cristina; Flor, Marisa
    [EN] Team working is a form to organize the work in numerosus production contexts and so an competence to be develop in students from several high educational courses. The objective of the work is to research on how to facilitate the teamworking competence development on operations management students. Action learning is use as methodology and student’s reflections are the base for making proposals which are mainly related with using process analysis as reference for the teams flow work analysis.

  18. Teaching innovation system applied in business management subjects.

    Rosillo, Rafael; Miguel Dávila, José Ángel; Fernández Robles, Carlos; Méndez Redondo, Montserrat
    [EN] Inspired by the insights that are used in successful companies, the aim of this project is the use of games as a catalyst for training in different subjects, such as the successful game: Triviados (triviados.org). In order to reach this goal, we have the software of the company Blunder Solitions, SL (http://www.blunder.es). Software that is already used in companies such as Telecable, Nesspreso, Unilever, Pharmadus botanicals. Traditional lectures do not fix long-term knowledge. Blunder creates a system of learning by mistake.The student answers about 5 questions in one minute and learns by playing. The tool uses the forgetting curve algorithm...

  19. Teaching innovation system applied in business management subjects.

    Rosillo, Rafael; Miguel Dávila, José Ángel; Fernández Robles, Carlos; Méndez Redondo, Montserrat
    [EN] Inspired by the insights that are used in successful companies, the aim of this project is the use of games as a catalyst for training in different subjects, such as the successful game: Triviados (triviados.org). In order to reach this goal, we have the software of the company Blunder Solitions, SL (http://www.blunder.es). Software that is already used in companies such as Telecable, Nesspreso, Unilever, Pharmadus botanicals. Traditional lectures do not fix long-term knowledge. Blunder creates a system of learning by mistake.The student answers about 5 questions in one minute and learns by playing. The tool uses the forgetting curve algorithm...

  20. Teaching innovation system applied in business management subjects.

    Rosillo, Rafael; Miguel Dávila, José Ángel; Fernández Robles, Carlos; Méndez Redondo, Montserrat
    [EN] Inspired by the insights that are used in successful companies, the aim of this project is the use of games as a catalyst for training in different subjects, such as the successful game: Triviados (triviados.org). In order to reach this goal, we have the software of the company Blunder Solitions, SL (http://www.blunder.es). Software that is already used in companies such as Telecable, Nesspreso, Unilever, Pharmadus botanicals. Traditional lectures do not fix long-term knowledge. Blunder creates a system of learning by mistake.The student answers about 5 questions in one minute and learns by playing. The tool uses the forgetting curve algorithm...

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