By Emilio Bartezzaghi, Raffaella Cagliano, Federico Caniato, Stefano Ronchi
This e-book is meant as a tribute to Gianluca Spina, the influential and encouraging Professor of industrial administration & association and provide Chain administration on the college of administration of Politecnico di Milano, who very unfortunately kicked the bucket early in 2015. It brings jointly seven of his most vital papers, released in well known foreign journals, and vitamins those papers with insightful commentaries from associates and co-workers who spotlight key messages and values of tolerating validity. the chosen papers provide a transparent experience of Spina’s learn trip through the years and canopy the most study streams that unusual his paintings. they've got additionally been selected as a result of their excessive effect, as mirrored via the variety of citations acquired, and to symbolize an important learn collaborations that Spina had verified inside Italy and out of the country. An introductory bankruptcy relates his study to significant advancements within the box of producing and provide Chain method and in addition outlines the extremely important contribution that Gianluca Spina made to administration Education.
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