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    The Role of organizational competences in the evolution of business models
    (Heidelberg Berlin Springer, 2010-10-01) Moreira, Matheus; Beauregard L., Robert; D'Amours, Sophie; Azouzi, Riadh.
    This paper presents the use of a conceptual framework designed for the management of organizational competences to contribute to the evolution of the business model of an enterprise. The framework, developed based on a detailed review of the history of the car manufacturer Toyota, was used for a Delphi study and an action-research applied in the furniture industry. The results suggest that it is applicable for ex-post analysis of organizational changes, as well as a strategy planning tool.
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    Planning systems, agility and customisation in wood supply chains – results from six international case studies
    (2013-07-01) Rönnqvist, Mikael; Moreira, Matheus; Audy, Jean-François.; Westlund, Karin; D'Amours, Sophie; LeBel, Luc
    This paper is based on wood supply chain (WSC) data collected in six countries (Canada, Chile, France, Poland, Sweden, and USA) where a total of 94 local actors and experts were consulted. For each WSC studied, processes for operational plan-ning and execution of the procurement activities were mapped. Descriptions of the information, material and financial flows were also completed. Three basic designs of planning systems were identified, and for each design, a decision matrix was de-vised. WSC agility capabilities were assessed according to a four dimensions refer-ence model and compared with those theoretically required by the environment's uncertainties. When comparing location of the decoupling point, agility capabilities, and average order fulfilment cycle time of each WSC, it was possible to reinforce results found in the literature which state that supply chain agility is linked to shorter order fulfilment cycle time. Finally, the personalisation capabilities of each WSC were assessed and two key processes were identified where most of the product differen-tiation activities along a WSC occur.
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    Le management des capacités organisationnelles et l'évolution des modèles d'affaires : un cadre conceptuel
    (ACFAS, 2009) Moreira, Matheus; Beauregard L., Robert; D'Amours, Sophie; Azouzi, Riadh.
    Cette communication propose un cadre conceptuel pour aider l'analyse de l'évolution d'une entreprise. Ce cadre est basé sur le concept de modèle d'affaires et la théorie des capacités organisationnelles.
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    Implementation of mass customization in a furniture manufacturing plant : the case of Shermag Inc.
    (Centre interuniversitaire de recherche sur les réseaux d'entreprise, la logistique et le transport, 2008-02-01) Lihra, Torsten; Moreira, Matheus; Beauregard L., Robert; D'Amours, Sophie
    Shermag Inc. is a major Canadian wood h ousehold furniture manufacturer, its main markets being the U SA and Canada. Founded in 19 77, the company applied successfully mass production concepts to gain market shares. Due to a changing business environment and increasing competit ion Shermag decided to improve its value offer by implementing a mass customization c oncept for its Canadian plants. The present paper describes the economic changes in the No rth American furnitur e industry. A mass customization model adapted to the furniture industry is introduced. The main challenges to implement mass customization in a mass production furniture com pany are highlighted based on the Shermag case study. Mass customization implementation was still ongoing at the time of editing the present paper, but Shermag's management agreed that it had a positive impact on production flex ibility, inventory levels, daily scheduling and most importantly sales volume.