Importance of Supply Chain Flexibility Dimensions Rated by Industry
MetadataShow full item record
This paper explores how the industry rates each of the five supply chain flexibility dimensions in supply chain management and operations based on the feedback from more than 200 manufacturing companies in Australia. Statistical classifications are used to identify patterns of consensus on these factors affecting the business operations of supply chain management in the surveyed companies. Our study shows that different sized companies rated these factors differently although some common patterns existed among many manufacturers. This knowledge is important in business decision making in different circumstances.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Impact of knowledge management and inter-organizational system on supply chain performance : the case of Australian agri-food industryNasir Uddin, Mohammad (2010)Motivated by the problems of cost competitiveness, profitability and market development issues in the Australian agri-food industry, this study was designed to addresses research questions as to how levels of knowledge ...
A study of agribusiness supply chain systems for small farmers in dryland areas of Lombok Island Indonesia : a pluralistic approachTanaya, I Gusti Lanang Parta (2010)Despite the contribution that agriculture makes to the Indonesian Gross Domestic Product, the income of small subsistence farmers continues to fall. While many development activities and policies have been implemented to ...
Hadi, Suryadi; Wood, Lincoln (2012)Purpose- The purpose of this paper is to identify internal and external risk factors and establish the role of supply chain risk management in supporting hotel performance. Design/methodology/approach – Articles related ...