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Soft side of knowledge transfer partnership between universities and small to medium enterprises: Exploratory study to understand process improvement. / White, Gareth; Cicmil, Svetlana; Upadhyay, Aarvind; Subramanian, Nachiappan; Kumar, Vikas; Dwivedi, Ashish.

Yn: Production Planning & Control, Cyfrol 30, Rhif 10-12, 30.06.2019, t. 907-918.

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White, G, Cicmil, S, Upadhyay, A, Subramanian, N, Kumar, V & Dwivedi, A 2019, 'Soft side of knowledge transfer partnership between universities and small to medium enterprises: Exploratory study to understand process improvement', Production Planning & Control, cyfrol. 30, rhif 10-12, tt. 907-918. https://doi.org/10.1080/09537287.2019.1582098

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White, Gareth ; Cicmil, Svetlana ; Upadhyay, Aarvind ; Subramanian, Nachiappan ; Kumar, Vikas ; Dwivedi, Ashish. / Soft side of knowledge transfer partnership between universities and small to medium enterprises: Exploratory study to understand process improvement. Yn: Production Planning & Control. 2019 ; Cyfrol 30, Rhif 10-12. tt. 907-918.

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