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Walaskar, Sukanya (author)
This report presents an analysis of a new technology integration, namely Radio Frequency Identification technology (RFID) within Nike’s supply chain processes. This analysis considers a metrics relevant to operational efficiency in terms of costs savings, reduction in labour hours and increase in revenue through sales. These metrics are...
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Dixit, Kratagya (author)
This thesis is for Entrepreneurs, Managers, and Customers who are interested in paying Just Prices, and who would like to understand what the origin of the concept is, how it differs from the 'fair price', and how a Just Price could be reached in practice. This thesis is forward-looking rather than backward-looking. It will lead to...
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Li, Jiahui (author)
These days, autonomous driving has become a popular topic in different fields and showed its unavoidable developing tendency. With the increasing application of autonomous vehicles, a mixed period of autonomous vehicles (AVs) and conventional vehicles (CVs) is inevitable. Therefore, some traffic management was proposed. Exclusive lanes for AVs...
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Oude Luttighuis, S.F. (author)
The quality of governmental service provision can be increased by raising the level of proactivity of public services, however only few best practices have been identified. This master thesis will try to fill this gap by developing a framework of design principles for proactive public services in the Netherlands. Case studies of governmental...
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Bódi, Dorina (author)
The fourth industrial revolution is changing the way of working and manufacturing in multiple ways. The increasing digitalization of business processes makes employees more productive, lowers costs for firms, reduces the environmental footprint of the companies, and improves the quality of services. While born-digital companies built their...
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van Oord, Marina (author)
Out of all the events and phenomena surrounding the financial crisis of 2007/2008, one stood out: financialization. What is financialization, why does it occur, and is it problematic? It can be described as the financial sector increasing in size and importance relative to the real economy (including, for example, in terms of business practice...
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Prakash, Sawan (author)
Emotions and moral values have gained attention in recent researches in philosophy and ethics of engineering. This is due to its usefulness in assessing the technological risks imposed towards its user or society. Furthermore, moral emotions assist in reflection of moral values and research stress upon involving emotions in design practices....
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Guurink, Margot (author)
As of today, many people are aware of the negative impacts of eating farmed meat. The current farming system is a burden on the environment and animal welfare, as well as an potential threat to human health. Moreover, to secure food for our growing society, a change in the current food system is inevitable. Since people are still hesitant to cut...
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khan, Abrar (author)
The dynamic nature of the market with constant technological developments continuously changes expectations from users over time. This drives businesses to alter their product and service offerings to maintain a competitive advantage, stable growth and, high customer satisfaction. Since economic goals drive businesses, it is often assumed that...
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van Kleef, Coen (author)
Developed market multinational enterprises (DMNEs) and emerging market multinational enterprises (EMNEs) can serve developed and emerging markets via a strategic alliance, encouraging reverse innovation. The objective of this study is to identify an alliance strategy and alliance dynamics that encourage innovation of low-cost medical devices...
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Grímsson, Grímur (author)
Accurately forecasting charging demand is a major factor in energy providers’ ability to meet said demand. A number of methods have been proposed in the literature. This master thesis aims to provide a framework for energy providers to forecast charging demand due to increased EV adoption. Specifically, this research examines the effects that...
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Rodriguez Angel, Elda (author)
This research provides insight into the implementation of CCS in industrial production from a consumer perspective (i.e., the cost impact on the final product). The impact of implementing CCS in two different industries (e.g., cement and steel) to produce a final product is analyzed. Also, this research provides insight into CCS implementation...
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Valdivia, Diego (author)
The rise of e-commerce has led to a congested last-mile delivery paradigm. Increasing customer expectations have pushed carriers into a delivery market with diminishing profitability. Furthermore, the current state of last-mile delivery has high societal costs in congestion and environmental impact. To address these challenges, scientists in the...
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Wittebrood, Coen (author)
This master thesis research has the aim to investigate how Data & Analytics enhance monitoring, reporting and control in project portfolio management practices to improve portfolio decision-making in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry. Adequately and regularly reconsidering the project portfolio, with...
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Sarda, Anurag (author)
This thesis explores Indian construction industry safety measures and their benefit to cost ratios. In India, the construction sector is the second largest employer after agriculture. Around 50 million workers work in the construction sector to earn easy money at the end of the day. About 48,000 workers die in India due to occupational accidents...
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Talleraas, H. (author)
In a world where companies rely increasingly on machines and automated production lines to deliver customer value, asset availability is a becoming a larger driver of companies’ productivity and thus performance. In effect, where maintenance was historically perceived as a cost-centre, it is generally treated as a value-adding business element...
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Lam, Julia (author)
EU banks have a dual obligation to generate and protect assets as a due diligence for their customers, their business longevity, and in accordance with regulatory bodies. The effective use of data presents opportunities for banks to meet their obligations in improving financial risk and also ensuring business growth and continuity in their...
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Parashar, Yash (author)
While innovation has always been viewed as a way to create sustained competitive advantage, the need to innovate has never been more for the financial sector. The financial industry, especially the financial service industry has been dominated by traditional institutions: Banks, in the past. However, with the advent of the digital transformation...
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Angginta Ramdani Ibrahim, Ginta (author)
Almost 25 million people in Indonesia are still living in poverty. Most of these people are living in a rural area. Energy provision is considered as one of the first steps towards poverty alleviation. However, there are many challenges faced by the Indonesian government in providing electricity to the rural area, because most of the non...
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Leontaris, Manos (author)
The focus of this work is the creation and application of an experimental framework that tests the effectiveness and the impacts of micro-targeted ads. Micro-targeted ads have been used extensively by both political and retail carriers to sway peoples’ opinion, but there haven’t been any academic studies (in an environmentwhich is not controlled...
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