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An integrative framework for supply chain collaboration
Purpose – This paper proposes an integrative framework for supply chain collaboration which is based on the reciprocal approach.Design/methodology/approach – A reciprocal approach is adopted to… Expand
The collaboration index: a measure for supply chain collaboration
Purpose – This paper proposes an instrument to measure the extent of collaboration in a supply chain consisting of two members, suppliers and retailers.Design/methodology/approach – The proposed… Expand
THE COLLABORATIVE SUPPLY CHAIN.
Intensive competition in the market place has forced companies to respond more quickly to customer needs through faster product development and shorter delivery time. Increasing customer awareness… Expand
The knowledge of coordination for supply chain integration
- T. M. Simatupang, A. C. Wright, R. Sridharan
- Business, Computer Science
- Bus. Process. Manag. J.
- 1 August 2002
We propose a comprehensive taxonomy of coordination modes that have positive impacts on supply chain performance. Expand
Applying the theory of constraints to supply chain collaboration
Supply chain collaboration amongst independent firms often provides larger benefits from effectively satisfying end customer needs than working in isolation. However, a lack of awareness about the… Expand
Design for supply chain collaboration
We propose a concept for designing the five elements of the architecture of supply chain collaboration, namely collaborative performance system, decision synchronisation, information sharing, incentive alignment, and innovative supply chain processes. Expand
Benchmarking supply chain collaboration: an empirical study
Supply chain collaboration enables firms to achieve better performance. It requires close arrangements of collaborative practices among the participating members. Searching for better practices and… Expand
Supply chain discontent
In this paper six antidotes to discontent are proposed, namely mutual strategic objectives, appropriate performance measures, decision synchronisation, information sharing, incentive alignment, and streamlined intercompany business processes. Expand
A benchmarking scheme for supply chain collaboration
Intense competition forces companies to become involved in supply chain collaboration with their upstream and downstream partners. The key to ensuring that the participating members are progressing… Expand