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Zur Erfolgsrelevanz von Teamgröße und Diversität: Eine Analyse am Beispiel von Führungsteams in der Luftfahrtindustrie

  • Jan-Ole BoekholtEmail author
  • Nicole F. Richter
  • Christian M. Ringle
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Zusammenfassung

Die effektive Nutzung von Erfolgspotenzialen bestimmt die Wettbewerbsfähigkeit von Supply Chains und Unternehmen in der Logistikindustrie. Neben klassischen Erfolgsbereichen wie beispielsweise Kosten und Flexibilität (Kersten, von See, & Wichmann, 2015; Kersten & Singer, 2011), müssen Unternehmen – insbesondere mit Blick auf die Herausforderungen der Digitalisierung (Kersten, von See, & Indorf, 2018) – Risiken kontrollieren (Kersten, Schröder, Feser, & Klotzbach, 2013; Kersten, Schröder, Singer, & Feser, 2012), kontinuierliche Verbesserungen realisieren (Kersten & Ehni, 2015), ihre (Geschäfts-)Prozesse optimieren (Kersten, Klotzbach, & Petersen, 2014) und Innovationen generieren (Kersten, Seidel, & Wagenstetter, 2012). All diesen Herausforderungen stehen auch die Führungsteams in der Luftfahrtindustrie gegenüber.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jan-Ole Boekholt
    • 1
    Email author
  • Nicole F. Richter
    • 2
  • Christian M. Ringle
    • 3
  1. 1.MünchenDeutschland
  2. 2.Department of Marketing & Management International Business & EntrepreneurshipUniversity of Southern DenmarkOdense MDänemark
  3. 3.Institute of Human Resource Management and OrganizationsTechnische Universität HamburgHamburgDeutschland

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