The role of institutional pressures and organizational culture in the firm ’ s intention to adopt internet-enabled supply chain management systems

@inproceedings{Liu2015TheRO,
  title={The role of institutional pressures and organizational culture in the firm ’ s intention to adopt internet-enabled supply chain management systems},
  author={Hefu Liu and Weiling Ke and Kwok Kee Wei and Jibao Gu and Huaping Chen},
  year={2015}
}
Drawing upon organizational culture and institutional theory, this study investigates how institutional pressures motivate the firm to adopt Internet-enabled Supply Chain Management systems (eSCM) and how such effects are moderated by organizational culture. The results of a survey of 131 firms suggest that the dimensions of institutional pressures (i.e., normative, mimetic, and coercive pressures) have differential effects on eSCM adoption intention. While mimetic pressures are not related to… CONTINUE READING

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