prof. dr. D.P. (Dirk Pieter) van Donk

Professor

prof. dr. D.P. (Dirk Pieter) van Donk
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E-mail:
d.p.van.donk rug.nl

Research

Postal address:
United Kingdom
  1. 2006
  2. Akkerman, R., & van Donk, D. P. (2006). Development and application of a decision tool for reduction of product losses in the food-processing industry. In K. Mendibil, & A. Shamsuddin (Eds.), Moving up the value chain, Proceedings of the 13th Euroma conference (Vol. 2, pp. 13 - 22). University of Strathclyde.
  3. Akkerman, R., & van Donk, D. P. (2006). Product mix variability in two-stage food manufacturing with intermediate storage. In Pre-prints of the Fourteenth International Working Seminar on Production Economics (pp. 11-20).
  4. van der Vaart, T., Giménez, C., & van Donk, D. P. (2006). Supply chain integration and performance: The impact of business conditions. In K. Mendibil, & A. Shamsuddin (Eds.), Moving up the value chain, Proceedings of the 13th Euroma conference (Vol. 1, pp. 473-482). University of Strathclyde.
  5. Ruël, G., van Donk, D. P., & van der Vaart, T. (2006). The beer game revisited: relating risk-taking behaviour and bullwhip effect. In K. Mendibil, & A. Shamsuddin (Eds.), Moving up the value chain, Proceedings of the 13th Euroma conference (Vol. 1, pp. 403 - 412). University of Strathclyde.
  6. 2005
  7. van Donk, D. P., & van der Vaart, T. (2005). A critical discussion on the theoretical and methological advancements in supply chain integration. In H. Kotzab, S. Seurings, M. Müller, & G. Reiner (Eds.), Research methodologies in supply chain management (pp. 31 - 46). Physica.
  8. van Donk, D. P., & van der Vaart, T. (2005). A critical review of surveys in supply chain integration research. In C. S. Lalwani, J. Crespo de Carvalho, M. Muffatto, & K. S. Pawar (Eds.), Innovations in global supply chain networks, Proceedings of the 10th international symposium on logistics (pp. 32 - 39). Nottingham University Press.
  9. van Donk, D. P., Soman, C. A., & Gaalman, G. J. C. (2005). A decision aid for make-to-order and make-to-stock classification in food processing industries. In K. Demeter (Ed.), Operations and global competitiveness, Proceedings of the 12th Euroma conference (pp. 1163 - 1172)
  10. van der Vaart, T., & van Donk, D. P. (2005). Buyer focus, shared resources and uncertainty in a food processing supply chain. In K. Demeter (Ed.), Operations and global competitiveness, Proceedings of the 12th Euroma conference (pp. 515 - 524)
  11. 2004
  12. Soman, C. A., van Donk, D. P., & Gaalman, G. J. C. (2004). Combined make-to-order and make-to-stock in a food production system. International Journal of Production Economics, 90(2), 223 - 235. [PII S0925-5273(02)00376-6].
  13. Soman, C. A., van Donk, D. P., & Gaalman, G. J. C. (2004). Comparison of dynamic scheduling policies for hybrid made-to-order/make-to-stock production systems with stochastic demand. In Pre-prints of the Thirteenth International Working Seminar on Production Economics (pp. 527 - 543)
  14. van Donk, D. P., & van der Vaart, T. (2004). Design and utilisation of supply flexibility in buyer-focused cells. In N. van Wassenhove (Ed.), Operations management as a change agent (pp. 879 - 888). INSEAD/EUROMA.
  15. Akkerman, R., van Donk, D. P., & Gaalman, G. J. C. (2004). Storage between two production stages: Scheduling with capacity and time constraints. In Pre-prints of the Thirteenth International Working Seminar on Production Economics (pp. 19 - 34)
  16. 2003
  17. van Donk, D. P., Soman, C. A., & Gaalman, G. J. C. (2003). ELSP with combined make-to-order and make-to-stock: practical challenges in food processing industry. In G. Spina (Ed.), One world? One view of OM? The challenges of integrating research and practice (pp. 769 - 778)
  18. van der Vaart, T., & van Donk, D. P. (2003). Explaining buyer-focused operations as a supply chain strategy: empirical findings. In M. Muffatto, & K. Pawar (Eds.), Proceedings of the 8th international symposium on logistics (pp. 29 - 34)
  19. van Donk, D. P., Gaalman, G. J. C., & Kooijman, L. (2003). Food safety and hygiene: Systematic layout planning of food process. In Proceedings ECCE 4: Chemical engineering a tool for progress, book 10 (pp. 11.3 - 021). ECCE.
  20. van der Vaart, T., & van Donk, D. P. (2003). Two worlds: Supply chain practices and supply chain theory. In G. Spina (Ed.), One world? One view of OM? The challenges of integrating research and practice (pp. 351 - 360)
  21. 2002
  22. Soman, C. A., van Donk, D. P., & Gaalman, G. J. C. (2002). Combined make-to-order and make-to-stock in a food production system. In Pre-Prints (volume 3), Twelfth international working seminar on production economics (Vol. 3, pp. 517 - 531). Igls.
  23. Soman, C. A., van Donk, D. P., & Gaalman, G. J. C. (2002). Combined make-to-order and make-to-stock in a food production system. (A49 ed.) University of Groningen, SOM research school.
  24. van Donk, D. P. (2002). Exploring the knowledge inventory on project based organisations. (A61 ed.) University of Groningen, SOM research school.
  25. van der Vaart, T., & van Donk, D. P. (2002). Supply chain integration and buyer focus in supply chain networks. In J. K. Christiansen, & H. Boer (Eds.), Operations management and the new economy, Proceedings of the 9th international conference of the European operations management association, II (pp. 1531 - 1542)
  26. 2001
  27. van Donk, D. P., & van der Vaart, T. (2001). Is integration (really) needed in supply chains? In R. C. Lamming, K. Blackmon, S. Brown, S. Cousins, P. Graves, C. Harland, & H. Maylor (Eds.), What really matters in operations management (pp. 425 - 437). University of Bath.
  28. 2000
  29. Velde, R. R., & van Donk, D. P. (2000). Bi-project management in engineering complex industrial construction projects. (A07 ed.) University of Groningen, SOM research school.
  30. van Donk, D. P. (2000). Customer-driven manufacturing in the food processing industry. (A39 ed.) University of Groningen, SOM research school.
  31. van Donk, D. P. (2000). Redesigning the supply of gasses: co-makership in a hospital. In H. Katayama (Ed.), Global logistics for the new millennium (pp. 636 - 641). Waseda University Press.
  32. van Donk, D. P. (2000). Redesigning the supply of gasses: co-makership in a hospital. (A28 ed.) University of Groningen, SOM research school.
  33. Velde, R. R., van Donk, D. P., & Gaalman, G. J. C. (2000). Understanding bi-project management: engineering complex industrial construction projects. In J. A. Dominquez Machuca, & T. Mandakovic (Eds.), Proceedings of the first world conference on production and operations management (pp. 1 - 9)
  34. 1998
  35. van Donk, D. P. (1998). Competitive responses in the food processing industries: from make-to-stock to make-to-order. In P. Coughlan, T. Dromgole, & J. Peppard (Eds.), Operations management: future issues and competitive response (pp. 153 - 158). University of Dublin, Trinity College.
  36. van Donk, DP., van Wezel, W., & Gaalman, G. (1998). Designing scheduling concept and computer support in the food processing industries. In US. Bititci, & AS. Carrie (Eds.), STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF THE MANUFACTURING VALUE CHAIN (pp. 447 - 454). (INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION FOR INFORMATION PROCESSING; Vol. 2). Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  37. 1997
  38. van Donk, D. P., & Gaalman, G. J. C. (1997). External dynamics and internal flexibility; continious planning in the food processing industry. In NOBO (Ed.), Proceedings 8ste NOBO Onderzoekdag Bedrijfskunde, 18 november (pp. 71 - 81). University of Twente.

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