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last modified Aug 17, 2017 09:12 AM
Chara Makri attended the 24th EurOMA Conference in Edinburgh to participate in the doctoral seminar and present her paper at the main conference.

Chara Makri attended the 24th EurOMA Conference in Edinburgh to participate in the doctoral seminar and present her paper at the main conference. During the seminar, PhD students from around the world, present their research and receive feedback from students and established researchers in Operations Management. For access to her conference paper Barriers and Facilitators to Incident Reporting in Servitized Manufacturers that was  co-authored with Professor Andy Neely, you can follow this link: https://goo.gl/X3va8c. Chara will give a Webinar on this research on 2 October 2017 direct to partners, which will be available shortly after this online.

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