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A study on the influence of supply chain management efficiency on the training supporting project in small and medium-sized enterprises
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A study on the influence of supply chain management efficiency on the training supporting project in small and medium-sized enterprises
Seo, Yohan; Kim, Kwang Yong; Sung, Jong Su;
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 Abstract
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to propose supply chain management efficiency by analyzing moderating effect on the training support project in small and midium-sized enterprise. Methods: The collected data through the survey were analyzed using multi?regression analysis. The measurement tools used for this study were divided into three dimensions such as personal characteristics, supportive environment and training effect. Results: The results of this study are as follows; first, it was found that the effects of personal characteristics and supportive environment were significant on training effect. Second, significant differences were found between supply chain management active group and inactive group. Third, moderating effect of supply chain manage efficiency was found between variables. Conclusion: SME supporting project in training program needs supply chain management efficiency for training effect. Supply chain management needs to be promoted in SMEs not only for performance but also for their workplace learning and learning culture.
 Keywords
Supply Chain Management;Small and Medium-Sized Enterprise Training;HRD;
 Language
Korean
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