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Reverse logistics has gained growing attention among supply chain management researchers and practitioners because of many diverse issues ranging from global warming to waste disposal. It is important for the decision makers to understand the various factors which drive the implementation of...
Performance measurement (PM) of supply chain is gaining more interest in researchers and practitioners in this globalised era. It is a powerful tool which helps organisations to effectively and efficiently manage their resource utilisation and achieve their goals and objectives. However,...
Although the roles of leadership on managing supply chain is widely documented in the literature, there is a paucity of research studies in supply chain management (SCM) literature on examining the influence of transformational leadership style on effectively managing supply chain activities. In...
The primary purpose of this study is to introduce a new measurement instrument for leanness that represents the more philosophical aspect of this paradigm. The secondary purpose is to examine possible interactions between relationship quality and lean applications in buyer-seller relationships...
This paper studies the impact of inventory allocation policies on the downstream supply variance and total cost in a two-echelon system with multiple sources of demand. We introduce a new metric known as the supply coefficient of variability (SCV) that will aid managers in the process of...
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