Information sharing and supply chain performance : the role of connectivity and willingness

@inproceedings{Fawcett2007InformationSA,
  title={Information sharing and supply chain performance : the role of connectivity and willingness},
  author={Stanley E. Fawcett and Gregory M. Magnan},
  year={2007}
}
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to understand how information technology (IT) is used to enhance supply chain performance. Design/methodology/approach – A large-scale survey and semi-structured interviews were used to collect industry data. Findings – Two distinct dimensions to information sharing – connectivity and willingness – are identified and analyzed. Both dimensions are found to impact operational performance and to be critical to the development of a real information sharing… CONTINUE READING
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