Inga-Lena Darkow
Inga-Lena Darkow
Associate Professor, University Bremen, Germany
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Scenarios for the logistics services industry: A Delphi-based analysis for 2025
A Heiko, IL Darkow
International Journal of Production Economics 127 (1), 46-59, 2010
2482010
Validating an innovative real-time Delphi approach-A methodological comparison between real-time and conventional Delphi studies
T Gnatzy, J Warth, H von der Gracht, IL Darkow
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 78 (9), 1681-1694, 2011
2292011
Corporate foresight and innovation management: A portfolio-approach in evaluating organizational development
A Heiko, CR Vennemann, IL Darkow
Futures 42 (4), 380-393, 2010
1692010
A Delphi-based risk analysis—Identifying and assessing future challenges for supply chain security in a multi-stakeholder environment
C Markmann, IL Darkow, H Von Der Gracht
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 80 (9), 1815-1833, 2013
1432013
Supply Chain Steuerung und Services: Logistik-Dienstleister managen globale Netzwerke—Best Practices
H Zadek, H Baumgarten, IL Darkow
Springer-Verlag, 2013
106*2013
A dissent-based approach for multi-stakeholder scenario development—the future of electric drive vehicles
J Warth, A Heiko, IL Darkow
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 80 (4), 566-583, 2013
952013
Konzepte im Supply Chain Management
H Baumgarten, IL Darkow
Integriertes Supply Chain Management, 89-108, 2002
872002
Analysis of factors influencing the development of transport infrastructure until the year 2030—A Delphi based scenario study
SW Schuckmann, T Gnatzy, IL Darkow, A Heiko
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 79 (8), 1373-1387, 2012
852012
The involvement of middle management in strategy development—Development and implementation of a foresight-based approach
IL Darkow
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 101, 10-24, 2015
662015
Integrating Delphi and participatory backcasting in pursuit of trustworthiness—the case of electric mobility in Germany
M Zimmermann, IL Darkow, A Heiko
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 79 (9), 1605-1621, 2012
632012
A predictive analytics approach for demand forecasting in the process industry
R Blackburn, K Lurz, B Priese, R Göb, IL Darkow
International Transactions in Operational Research 22 (3), 407-428, 2015
472015
Sustainability in food service supply chains: future expectations from European industry experts toward the environmental perspective
IL Darkow, B Foerster, A Heiko
Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 2015
422015
Heading toward a more social future? Scenarios for social enterprises in Germany
H Engelke, S Mauksch, IL Darkow, H von der Gracht
Business & Society 55 (1), 56-89, 2016
372016
THE INTELLECTUAL FOUNDATION OF THE JOURNAL OF BUSINESS LOGISTICS AND ITS EVOLUTION BETWEEN 1978 AND 2007
C Georgi, IL Darkow, H Kotzab
Journal of Business Logistics 31 (2), 63-109, 2010
372010
Opportunities for social enterprise in Germany—Evidence from an expert survey
H Engelke, S Mauksch, IL Darkow, A Heiko
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 90, 635-646, 2015
352015
The future role of logistics for global wealth–scenarios and discontinuities until 2025
A Heiko, IL Darkow
Foresight, 2013
352013
Energy-constrained and low-carbon scenarios for the transportation and logistics industry
A Heiko, IL Darkow
The International Journal of Logistics Management, 2016
332016
The future of logistics in emerging markets–fuzzy clustering scenarios grounded in institutional and factor-market rivalry theory
M Hirschinger
Essays on Supply Chain Management in Emerging Markets, 9-42, 2016
312016
Inter-organizational network structures in Russia: organizational changes from institutional and social embeddedness perspectives
T Weigl, E Hartmann, C Jahns, IL Darkow
Human Resource Development International 11 (2), 151-165, 2008
302008
Determinants of merger & acquisition success in global logistics
IL Darkow, C Kaup, D Schiereck
International Journal of Logistics: Research and Applications 11 (5), 333-345, 2008
282008
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