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    • Lagerlogistikk i treindustrien 

      Skogli, Erik; Røyset, Magnus; Seierstad, Sondre (Bachelor thesis, 2013)
      NORSK: Vår hensikt med oppgaven er å se på metoder som kan føre til et optimalisert råvarelager på Moelven Limtre. Med optimalisering menes det i denne oppgaven en forbedring av nåværende situasjon for og blant annet å ...
    • Lar endring i sykehus seg programmere?: Sammenhengen mellom lean og IKT i sykehus 

      Karlsen, Katrine Baastad; Haugland, Silje Tolo (Master thesis, 2014)
      Hovedtemaene for denne oppgaven er innføring av lean og bruk av IKT i sykehus. Oppgaven bidrar med innsikt i hvordan IKT kan utvikles for å støtte standardiserte pasientforløp på norske sykehus. Vi argumenterer for at ...
    • Large Systems Change. Integrated Leadership Development and Reflexible Machnineries 

      Winther, Fredrik (Doktoravhandlinger ved NTNU, 1503-8181; 2007:100, Doctoral thesis, 2007)
      To start with a caricature and physical metaphor, this text is about how to turn a supertanker by the force of a mixmaster. More literally, it is about how a project group varying in size between two and five researchers ...
    • Largescale hydrogen production in Norway - possible transition pathways towards 2050 

      Damman, Sigrid; Sandberg, Eli; Rosenberg, Eva; Pisciella, Paolo; Johansen, Ulf (SINTEF Rapport;, Research report, 2020)
      The report presents a case study where qualitative research framed within transition studies and the multi-level perspective (MLP) is used to discuss the role Norwegian hydrogen production may play in sustainable energy ...
    • Launching a Two-sided Platform 

      Solheim, Magnus Tovsen; Tovsen, Ole Kristoffer Solheim (Master thesis, 2017)
      Two-sided platforms, such as Airbnb, Uber and eBay, have all revolutionized their industries. Despite having colossal potential, they are very difficult to launch. This is due to what s referred to as network effects, which ...
    • Layered Formulation for the Robust Vehicle Routing Problem with Time Windows 

      Agra, Agostinho; Christiansen, Marielle; Figueiredo, Rosa; Hvattum, Lars Magnus; Poss, Michael; Requejo, Cristina (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      This paper studies the vehicle routing problem with time windows where travel times are uncertain and belong to a predetermined polytope. The objective of the problem is to find a set of routes that services all nodes of ...
    • LCIA framework and cross-cutting issues guidance within the UNEP-SETAC Life Cycle Initiative 

      Verones, Francesca; Bare, Jane; Bulle, Cecile; Frischknecht, Rolf; Hauschild, Michael; Hellweg, Stefanie; Henderson, Andrew; Jolliet, Olivier; Laurent, Alexis; Liao, Xun; Lindner, Jan Paul; Maia de Souza, Danielle; Michelsen, Ottar; Patouillard, Laure; Pfister, Stephan; Posthuma, Leo; Prado, Valentina; Ridoutt, Bradley G.; Rosenbaum, Ralph K; Sala, Serenella; Ugaya, Cassia; Vieira, Marisa; Fantke, Peter (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Increasing needs for decision support and advances in scientific knowledge within life cycle assessment (LCA) led to substantial efforts to provide global guidance on environmental life cycle impact assessment (LCIA) ...
    • Leadership @ sea: Essential non-technical skills 

      Wahl, Aud Marit; Kongsvik, Trond (Chapter, 2017)
      The aim of the paper is to suggest a taxonomy of the non-technical skills that are relevant for maritime leadership. The empirical basis is approximately fifty interviews with crewmembers on three different tankers. The ...
    • Lean assessments: A case study of benefits and criteria for design and implementation 

      Mathisen, Marta Therese; Loktu, Siri Katherin (Master thesis, 2015)
      The aim of the study is to achieve greater understanding of how measurement can contribute to the process of implementing corporate lean programs in multinational companies. Many authors argue that lean assessments hold ...
    • Lean i et innkjøps- og forsyningsperspektiv: - Casestudie av lean innkjøp og forsyning i norsk industri 

      Johannesen, Emilie Grønsdal; Vik, Ragnhild; Schjølberg, Hanne Eide (Master thesis, 2013)
      Sammendrag Formålet med masteroppgaven Lean i et innkjøps- og forsyningsperspektiv ? Casestudie av lean innkjøp og forsyning i norsk industri er å undersøke hvordan de tre innkjøps- og forsyningsprosessene leverandørutvelgelse, ...
    • Lean i Sykehus: Reduksjon av ledetiden til lungekreftforløpet ved St. Olavs Hospital med fokus på patologisk avdeling 

      Hurtig, Torkjel Ustgård; Sunde, Stine Selje (Master thesis, 2014)
      Lungekreft er den kreftformen som tar flest liv i Norge, og så mange som seks mennesker dør hver dag av sykdommen. Pasientene som har størst sannsynlighet for å leve lengst, er de som blir behandlet kirurgisk. Sjansene for ...
    • Lean i tjenesteytende virksomhet: Hvordan lykkes? 

      Einarsen, Jennifer Foldnes; Aune, Kristin (Master thesis, 2013)
      Denne studien omhandler innføring av lean i tjenesteytende virksomhet. En gjennomgang av relevant litteratur samt empiriske undersøkelser i to tjenesteytende organisasjoner danner grunnlaget for å svare på studiets ...
    • Lean implementation in Norwegian public service sector 

      Holmemo, Marte Daae-Qvale (Doctoral theses at NTNU;2017:102, Doctoral thesis, 2017)
      Summary of the thesis Norwegian public service organizations (PSOs) are under political pressure to deliver more and better services for less cost. At a time when the public sector is open to ideas and solutions from ...
    • Lean organisering i norsk arbeidsliv: slutten på medvirkning? 

      Ingvaldsen, Jonas A; Rolfsen, Monica; Finsrud, Henrik D. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      Den norske samarbeidsmodellen blir bejublet og utforsket for tiden, vanligvis definert som samspillet mellom velferdsstat, makroøkonomiske styringsmodeller og trepartssamarbeidet. Vi ser i denne artikkelen mer spesifikt ...
    • Lean project management: How can tools from lean manufacturing be applied to project management? 

      Hanslien, Harald Aglen (Master thesis, 2014)
      Lean manufacturing was developed to reduce the amount of resources needed to make something. Labor hours, materials, and time spent waiting is all something that is costly for any company trying to make a buck. By using ...
    • Lean Six Sigma and environmental sustainability: the case of a Norwegian dairy producer 

      Powell, Daryl; Lundeby, Sissel; Chabada, Lukas; Dreyer, Heidi Carin (Journal article, 2017)
      Purpose The purpose of this paper is to investigate the application of Lean Six Sigma (LSS) in the continuous process industry, taking an insight into the food processing industry; and to evaluate the impact of LSS on ...
    • Lean Thinking in the Digital Era 

      Cattaneo, Laura; Rossi, Monica; Negri, Elisa; Powell, Daryl; Terzi, Sergio (Chapter, 2017)
      The Industry 4.0 concept represents a paradigm shift where physical objects are seamlessly integrated into information networks. This promises to enable a more effective infrastructure in which the design, development, ...
    • Lean thinking: outside-in, bottom-up? The paradox of contemporary soft lean and consultant-driven lean implementation 

      Holmemo, Marte Daae-Qvale; Rolfsen, Monica; Ingvaldsen, Jonas A (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      Lean has evolved from an operational tool to a complete management concept that incorporates softer aspects such as participation, learning and leadership. This evolution challenges the traditional way in which large ...
    • Lean-tankegang i endringsprosjekter 

      Hynne, Ingrid (Master thesis, 2017)
      Høsten 2016 ble det utarbeidet en modell for forbedring av flyt i en transportbedrift bygget på Leanteori gjennom TIØ5230 Fordypningsprosjekt i prosjektledelse. Modellen tok for seg kontinuerlig forbedring, samarbeid, ...
    • Learning factories as laboratories for socio-technical experiments 

      Tvenge, Nina; Martinsen, Kristian; Holtskog, Halvor (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Production systems might be viewed as complex socio-technical systems. A central part of socio-technical systems theory, is that improvements demands joint optimization of both the technological and the social parts of the ...