Responsive supply chain : A competitive strategy in a networked economy

  title={Responsive supply chain : A competitive strategy in a networked economy},
  author={Angappa Gunasekarana and Kee-hung Laib and T. C. Edwin Chengb},
  • Angappa Gunasekarana, Kee-hung Laib, T. C. Edwin Chengb
  • Published 2007
Supply chain management (SCM) has been considered as the most popular operations strategy for improving organizational competitiveness in the twenty-first century. In the early 1990s, agile manufacturing (AM) gained momentum and received due attention from both researchers and practitioners. In the mid-1990s, SCM began to attract interest. Both AM and SCM appear to differ in philosophical emphasis, but each complements the other in objectives for improving organizational competitiveness. For… CONTINUE READING
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