You must provide documented objective evidence (i.e., evidential support) from the published literature to augment and support your research paper. Your double-spaced document should be at least ten (10) pages, but not to exceed fifteen (15) pages of content (not counting any title page, abstract page, table of contents, or your list of resources at the end of the document).
You should provide a minimum of eight (8) authoritative resources from the published literature. Obviously, you can cite and reference the prescribed textbook: Operations Management: Processes and Supply Chains as one of your required resources.
Prepare your research paper using APA format for your in-text parenthetical citations and your References list of sources at the end of your document. There are many online resources to help you with correct formatting, so please ensure that your parenthetical citations and list of sources are properly formatted
Please use the references below:
The ‘pros’ and ‘cons’ of total quality management for smaller firms in manufacturing: Some experiences down the supply chain (G. Lee,2010)
A literature review on the impact of RFID technologies on supply chain management (Aysegul Sarac, Nabi lAbsi, StÃ©phane DauzÃ¨re-PÃ©rÃ¨s, 2010)
Enterprise resource planning, operations and management: Enabling and constraining ERP and the role of the production and operations manager (Kim Sundtoft Hald, Jan Mouritsen, 2013)
Operations management: processes and supply chains. Krajewski, L. J., Malhotra, M. K., & Ritzman, L. P. (2019). (12th ed.). Harlow, England: Pearson.
Supply chain management under the threat of international terrorism (Sheffi, Yossi, 2001)
The underlying factorial structure and significance of the Six Sigma difficulties and critical success factors: The Greek case. (Evangelos Psomas, 2016)
Analysis of the Difficulties of SMEs in Industry 4.0 Applications by Analytical Hierarchy Process and Analytical Network Process. (Ali SevinÃ§ , Åžeyda GÃ¼r , Tamer Eren, 2018)