A framework and tool for supply network strategy operationalisation

Yee, Choy Leong and Platts, Ken W. (2006) A framework and tool for supply network strategy operationalisation. International Journal of Production Economics, 104 (1). pp. 230-248. ISSN 0925-5273

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This research aims to develop a framework to capture the interplay of network strategic decisions, and to understand how firms operating within a supply network interact with each other. The research involves an in-depth longitudinal case study in one supply network consisting of 20 firms. Data was systematically collected through the use of a Supply Network Analysis Process (SNAP) methodology. Interviews and secondary data were collected for further data validation and triangulation. This paper describes the above case study in detail, explains the SNAP methodology and framework development, and discusses the implications of the research both in academia and industry.

Item Type:Article
Keyword:Supply network, SNAP, Strategy interplay
Subject:Supply and demand
Subject:Business planning
Faculty or Institute:Graduate School of Management
DOI Number:10.1016/j.ijpe.2005.06.002
ID Code:18131
Deposited By: Azwana Abdul Rahman
Deposited On:05 Sep 2011 09:44
Last Modified:06 Sep 2011 02:34

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