Two perspectives on supply chain resilience

  title={Two perspectives on supply chain resilience},
  author={Andreas Wieland and Christian F. Durach},
  journal={Journal of Business Logistics},
Stress testing supply chains and creating viable ecosystems
This conceptual essay theorizes a human-centred ecosystem viability perspective that spans the dimensions of resilience and sustainability and can be used as guidance for the conceptualization of supply chain resilience analysis in the presence of long-term crises.
Modelling the resilience of start-ups during COVID-19 pandemic
PurposeResilience, the ability of start-ups to deal with anticipated instabilities and probable disruptions, is becoming an important success element during coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19). To
Supply chain resilience in the UK during the coronavirus pandemic: A resource orchestration perspective
An original model to explore supply chain resilience (SCRE) antecedents, considering supply chain alertness (SCAL) as a central point to support resilience is proposed, revealing a number of both expected and unexpected findings.
An attention-based view of supply disruption risk management: balancing biased attentional processing for improved resilience in the COVID-19 context
Both attentional disruption risk management perspectives and top down or bottom up selection are needed to achieve supply resilience, and neither is superior in terms of achieving supply resilience.
Analysing developing countries approaches of supply chain resilience to COVID-19
PurposeThe Covid-19 pandemic has made it essential to explore the resilience factors specific to developing regions, not only because they pose threats of extreme poverty and offer a novel context
Effect of Supply Chain Resilience on Organizational Performance through Knowledge Sharing
Supply chain mitigation strategies have not received much attention from researchers and practitioners on how to manage the supply chain risk in the turbulent business environment. There is little
Exiting the COVID-19 pandemic: after-shock risks and avoidance of disruption tails in supply chains
  • D. Ivanov
  • Business, Medicine
    Annals of operations research
  • 2021
A discrete-event simulation model is used to investigate some exit strategies for a supply chain in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and shows that supply chains with postponed demand and shutdown capacity during the pandemic are particularly prone to disruption tails.


Dancing the Supply Chain: Toward Transformative Supply Chain Management
Most of the theories that have dominated supply chain management (SCM) take a reductionist and static view on the supply chain and its management, promoting a global hunt for cheap labor and
(Un)Sustainability and Organization Studies: Towards a Radical Engagement
In this essay, we trace the evolution of the field of sustainability in management and organization studies and narrate its epistemological twists and turns. Concerned by the current trajectory that
Resilience: what it is and is not
“Resilience” is becoming a buzzword. Sometimes it is open to interpretation and sometimes it is simply wrong. This misuse is detracting from an important and much-needed basis for managing
Supplier–supplier coopetition and supply chain disruption: first-tier supplier resilience in the tetradic context
PurposeThe present study considers disruption in the buyer–supplier–supplier triad. This triad has a common second-tier supplier as the disruption source, which gives us the tetradic context. The
The development of supply chain risk management over time: revisiting Ericsson
Purpose: This invited article explores current developments in supply chain risk management (SCRM) practices by revisiting the classical case of Ericsson (Norrman and Jansson, 2004) after 15 years,
A complexity perspective on logistics management
  • Fredrik Nilsson
  • Business
    The International Journal of Logistics Management
  • 2019
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to elaborate on how perspectives and assumptions embedded in the complexity paradigm contribute to make logistics management research better aligned with
A review of supply chain risk management: definition, theory, and research agenda
A new, comprehensive definition is presented covering the process, pathway, and objectives of SCRM, leading to a conceptual framework and the research agenda guides future work towards maturation of the discipline.