Linking SCOR planning practices to supply chain performance: An exploratory study

@article{Lockamy2004LinkingSP,
  title={Linking SCOR planning practices to supply chain performance: An exploratory study},
  author={Archie Lockamy and Kevin McCormack},
  journal={International Journal of Operations \& Production Management},
  year={2004},
  volume={24},
  pages={1192-1218}
}
As supply chains continue to replace individual firms as the economic engine for creating value during the twenty‐first century, understanding the relationship between supply‐chain management practices and supply chain performance becomes increasingly important. The Supply‐Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model developed by the Supply Chain Council provides a framework for characterizing supply‐chain management practices and processes that result in best‐in‐class performance. However, which of… 

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