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A Study on the Relationship between Supply Chain Visibility, Win-Win Cooperative Supply Chain, and Supply Chain Performance (공급사슬 가시성, 상생협력 공급사슬, 공급사슬 성과 간의 관계에 대한 연구)

  • Park, Chan Kwon
    • Journal of the Korean society of supply chain management
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    • v.17 no.2
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    • pp.75-87
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    • 2017
  • The main purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between supply chain visibility, win-win cooperation supply chain, and supply chain performance. The results of the test are as follows. First, the sensing visibility, learning visibility, and adjustment visibility selected as supply chain visibility all have a positive(+) effect on the win-win cooperation supply chain. And the win-win cooperative supply chain has a positive(+) effect on the supply chain performance. Finally, the mediating effect of the win-win cooperation supply chain was tested and found to have some mediating effect. As a result of analyzing the relationship between supply chain visibility, win-win cooperative supply chain, and supply chain performance, improvement of supply chain visibility can enhance the level of win-win cooperation supply chain, and can also improve supply chain performance. It emphasizes the need for securing supply chain visibility for individual companies.

The Relationship Between Supply Chain Competences, Capability, and Fim Performance: A Supply Chain Agility (공급사슬 역량과 능력 그리고 기업성과 간의 관계: 공급사슬의 민첩성을 중심으로)

  • Kang, Sung-Bae
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.13 no.2
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    • pp.95-109
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    • 2012
  • Changing customer expectation, global competition, and technological requirements force firms to develop agile supply chain capabilities sustaining competitive advantage and business success. To respond, firms are seeking to enhance supply chain agility across the inter-organizational, this study explores the relationship between supply chain competence and supply chain agility on firm performance. The research reviews literature on supply chain capability and classifies capability into two categories as competence and capability based on resource based view and dynamic capabilities. It describes a framework to explore the relationships among supply chain competence (IT flexibility, supply chain flexibility, shared value), supply chain capability (supply chain agility), and firm performance (supply chain performance). The purpose of this study is to find the determinants of supply chain agility and improving firm performance in the perspective of vendor companies. The results indicate strong, positive, and direct relationships between supply chain competence and supply chain agility. Supply chain agility have significant relationships with firm performance. Implication for future research and practice are offered.

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Development of a Performance-Based Supply Chain Management System (지표기반 공급사슬 성과관리 시스템을 활용한 효과적인 공급사슬관리)

  • Min, Dae-Gi;Park, Jong-Duck
    • IE interfaces
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    • v.16 no.3
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    • pp.382-391
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    • 2003
  • Supply chain performance management is the essential part of various business activities in supply chain management area, and integrating it with general business management improves the supply chain performance. Although supply chain performance management is important and expected of market growth, there are few researches on this area and lack of practical applications. To resolve these problems, this paper presents a new performance management methodology for a supply chain integrating SCOR (Supply Chain Operational Reference) model and Balanced Scorecard (BSC). And we develop a framework of the Supply Chain Performance Management System (SCPMS) based on this methodology, and implement a prototype system.

Does it Always Pay to be Collaborative? Supply Chain Collaboration Revisited in the Consideration of Supplier-Buyer Dependence and Curvilinear Relationships (협력은 항상 옳은가? 거래 의존성과 비선형 관계를 고려한 공급사슬 협력에 대한 재고찰)

  • Lee, Su-Yol
    • Journal of the Korean Operations Research and Management Science Society
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    • v.40 no.3
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    • pp.73-95
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    • 2015
  • Firms have reexamined and restructured their supply chain based on a long-term and partnership perspective as a firm's competitive advantage increasingly relies on its supply chain capability. A number of scholar works has provided evidence to support the positive effects of supply chain collaboration; however, the relationship between collaboration and performance is still inconclusive. This study refuses to have blinded faith on supply chain collaboration, but rather this paper suggests that the contribution of collaboration to supply chain performance improvement can be limited and vary along the contextual characteristics of a buyer-supplier relationship. Moreover, we argue that the relationship between supply chain collaboration and performance can be curvilinear. This paper provides and test hypotheses regarding the relationship between supply chain collaboration and performance. By using data of the Manufacturing Panel Survey (MPS), this study empirically validates the hypotheses. Overall, the results of the study support our hypotheses about a limited contribution of supply chain collaboration to manufacturing performance, which is opposite to a conventional expectation. Particularly, the effects of supply chain collaboration differ depending on the dimensions of performance such as customer satisfaction, quality, cost, delivery, and flexibility as well as the dependency in the buyer-supplier relationship. Moreover, the results of the study indicate that supply chain collaboration and performance may have curvilinear relationships in a certain context. Through a comprehensive model and empirical evidence, this study presents a better understanding of supply chain collaboration and provokes an open discussion about the effects of collaboration. This study also provides insightful implications for managers of buyers as well as suppliers who wish to foster stronger supply chain performance via a deep buyer-supplier relationship and collaboration.

How VMI and Consignment Jointly Affect Supply Chain Performance

  • Ryu, Chung-Suk
    • The Journal of Distribution Science
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    • v.13 no.3
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    • pp.31-39
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    • 2015
  • Purpose - Due to its potential to improve supply chain operations, supply chain collaboration has attracted significant attention from both academics and practitioners. This study focuses on VMI, in collaboration with consignment, and examines its impact on supply chain performance. Research design, data, and methodology - This study employs the analysis of mathematical models, formulated based on the proposed supply chain framework. Using numerical examples, it evaluates the performance of three supply chain systems: one including VMI and consignment, a consignment-only system, and a traditional system. Results - The combination of VMI and consignment produces greater supply chain benefits than the consignment-only and traditional systems. Whereas only the performance of the buyer improves with the consignment-only system, the system with VMI and consignment is beneficial to both the buyer and supplier. Conclusions - The results of this study reveal that the inclusion of the additional collaborative function of VMI makes consignment a better supply chain collaboration program. Future studies should examine issues regarding the testing of diverse collaboration programs and the building of a firm theoretical background.

The mediating effect of innovation and information sharing, in the relationship between the strategic supply chain and the supply chain performance of the raw material export-import firm (원자재 수출입 기업의 전략적 공급사슬지향성과 공급사슬 성과의 관계에서 혁신활동과 정보공유 활동의 매개역할)

  • Cho, Yeon Sung
    • International Commerce and Information Review
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    • v.17 no.1
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    • pp.193-214
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    • 2015
  • This study was conducted to explore the impact of the strategic supply chain orientation on the supply chain performance of raw materials export-import firms. In addition, this study analyzed the mediated effect of innovation and information sharing between the strategic supply chain orientation and supply chain performance of the firms. In the research model of this study considered the strategic supply chain orientation, innovation, information sharing and supply chain performance as the characteristics of the raw materials export-import firms by dividing the learning performance and market performance. The sample firms be analyzed were 445 firms. The 7 hypothesis including moderated effect were analyzed by using LISREL as structural equation modeling. According to the path analysis, the strategic supply chain orientation had a positive impact on the innovation activity. However, it did not have a positive influence on the information sharing. In the analysis of the mediated effect, the innovation activity of supply chain showed a full mediated effect between the strategic supply chain orientation and the information sharing. And the information sharing showed a partial mediated effect between the strategic supply chain orientation of these firms and the supply chain performance.

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A Study on International Commerce Expert Capability and Business Performance in GSCM Firms (GSCM기업의 국제통상 전문가의 역량과 사업성과에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Chang-Bong;Lee, Gap-Soo
    • International Commerce and Information Review
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    • v.9 no.4
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    • pp.199-214
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    • 2007
  • This paper examines the international commerce expert capability and business performance in global supply chain management. Based on the analysis of eighty-seven cases, the following results were found. First it was found that CEO's capability of global supply chain management firms and business performance are significantly correlated. Second, supply chain management manager's capability of global supply chain management firms and business performance are not significantly correlated. Third, CEO's capability have more a positive influence business performance than supply chain management manager's capability in global supply chain management firms.

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The Impact of Interactional Justice and Supply-Chain Collaboration on Sustainable SCM Performance: The Case of Multinational Pharmaceutical Firms

  • LEE, Changjoon;HA, Byoung-Chun
    • The Journal of Asian Finance, Economics, and Business
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    • v.7 no.2
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    • pp.237-247
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    • 2020
  • This study explored the impact of interactional justice on supply-chain collaboration and sustainable supply-chain performance. Accordingly, it classified interactional justice of supply-chain management (SCM) into interpersonal and informational justice, and empirically classified the effects of these subordinate concepts on supply-chain collaboration and sustainable supply-chain performance. To this end, 700 questionnaires were distributed, and 201 final valid responses were used for the statistical analysis which revealed the significant positive influence of interpersonal justice on informational justice. This indicates that courtesy, respect, and proper words are important in the relationship between buyers and sellers. Both interpersonal and informational justice had a significant positive relationship with supply-chain collaboration. The results suggest that a fair-trade environment should be cultivated to encourage and facilitate seller-buyer collaboration. Lastly, supply-chain collaboration had a positive influence on sustainable supply-chain performance. This implies that if justice is not perceived in the seller-buyer relationship, collaboration can be hindered, which negatively impacts corporate performance. These findings also helped to understand the importance of interactional justice and to propose a new relationship between interpersonal and informational justice.

An Empirical Study on the Supply Chain Asset Performance of Korean Companies (우리 나라 기업의 SCM 성과에 관한 실증적 연구 - 자산성과 분석을 중심으로 -)

  • Kim, Dae-Ki;Kwon, Oh-Kyoung;Baik, In-Soo
    • IE interfaces
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    • v.16 no.2
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    • pp.167-173
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    • 2003
  • We attempted to empirically analyze the supply chain performance of Korean companies. We utilized the supply chain performance metric of SCOR(Supply-Chain Operations Reference-Model) which has been developed by the Supply Chain Council. We especially focused on the supply chain asset performance using the currently available accounting database of Korean companies. Cash-to-cash cycle time, inventory days of supply, and asset turns were analyzed for 621 Korean companies during the last 5 year period 1997-2001. We compared the performance by industry type and company size. In addition, we compared the cash-to-cash cycle time of Korean companies with global companies.

The Strategic Performance Measurement of Sea Port: Supply Chain Management Perspectives (공급사슬관리 관점에서의 전략적 항만성과측정)

  • Pak, Myong-Sop
    • The Korean Research Institute of International Commerce and Law
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    • v.38
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    • pp.229-262
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    • 2008
  • With the introduction of supply chain management concept, the nature of a firm is fundamentally changed. Control is no longer based on direct control of the business processes, but rather based on integration across member organizations in the supply chain. Firms are trying to achieve a competitive edge by managing their supply chain performance to gain advantages in cost and service differentiation. The supply chain elements of a sea port involves ILSP (Inbound Logistics Service Provider) at the input side and OLSP (Outbound Logistics Service Provider) at the output side. The goal of sea port is to satisfy the needs of different parties, both upstream and downstream, in the chain with greater effectiveness and efficiency than it's competitors. In this context, the purpose of this paper is to derive conceptualization of the SCP (Supply Chain Performance) in the sea port from literature review on the previous researches and to tackle their theoretical and practical implications. The paper deals with conceptualizing SCP in sea port using the SCOR (Supply Chain Operation Reference) model. It incorporates both the effectiveness and efficiency aspects of performance measurement. And it also recognizes customer related reasons for measuring performance.

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