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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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A Study on the Supply Chain Security and Risk Management Strategies of Global Companies (글로벌 기업의 공급사슬보안 및 위험관리전략에 관한 연구)

  • Yang, Jung-Ho
    • Management & Information Systems Review
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    • v.27
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    • pp.149-172
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    • 2008
  • Since the 9/11 terror attack, the event which caused supply chain disruption, supply chain security has becomes more important than ever before. Furthermore, such company's logistics strategies conflicting supply chain security as increased global sourcing, JIT manufacturing are increasing supply chain vulnerability. It could burden for global companies to strengthen supply chain security because not only it requires additional investment cost but also changes of companiy's global logistics strategy. However, on the other hand, supply chain visibility and resilience can be improved through supply chain security. In addition, it allows companies to stabilize supply chain structure as well as rapid and flexible response to market demand. The key issue is balancing between efficiency and supply chain security. To do this, identifying risk elements under the supply chain and assessing vulnerability of each supply chain components should be performed before developing efficient supply chain security management system without obstructing supply chain efficiency.

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A Study on Supply Chain Orientation and the Relationship between Trade Fairness, Social Capital and Win-Win Cooperation Supply Chain (공급사슬지향성과 거래공정성, 사회적 자본과 상생협력 공급사슬 간의 관계에 대한 연구)

  • Park, Chan Kwon;Park, Sung Min
    • Journal of the Korean society of supply chain management
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    • v.17 no.2
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    • pp.31-45
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    • 2017
  • This study mainly aims to find out securing trade fairness according to supply chain orientation and the overall relationship between the establishment of social capital and win-win cooperation supply chain. For this, hypotheses between these research items were established and tested. The results are as follows. First, strategic supply chain orientation and structural supply chain orientation have a positive effect on process fairness, interaction fairness, and distribution fairness, which are the three factors of trade fairness. Process fairness, interaction fairness, and distribution fairness have a positive effect on social capital, and social capital was found to have a positive effect on win-win cooperation supply chain. The implications of this study are summarized as follows. First, this study suggested the importance of supply chain orientation to individual businesses. Second, enhancing supply chain orientation can ensure or guarantee trade fairness between businesses. Third, raising the level of trade fairness makes it possible to build social capital, which is an available resource in the supply chain relationship structure. Finally, it is suggested that securing social capital can finally help build and operate win-win cooperation supply chain.

Inter-oraganisational Information Systems (IOIS) and Cybermediaries for Agriculture and Food Supply Chain

  • Rajaguru, Rajesh;Swar, Bobby
    • Agribusiness and Information Management
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    • v.5 no.1
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    • pp.1-10
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    • 2013
  • Competition in supply chain has moved from between being organizations to between supply chain. To enhance competitiveness in supply chain, there is a need for organisations to establish and manage collaborative relationships among supply chain partners and share operational and strategic information timely and accurately. As a result, food supply chain partners have adopted of inter organisational information systems (IOIS) such as EDI, IEDI, RFID, internet, and extranets to facilitate exchange of information, streamline production and to effectively manage inventory processes so as to deliver value to the customer. Together with IOIS, cybermediaries also plays a key role in facilitating agriculture and food supply chain. This paper investigates the role and significance of IOIS and cybermediaries in facilitating agriculture and food supply chain. Convergent interviewing was conducted with agriculture producers, food processors and retailers. The study identified logistics, supply chain and customer services benefits perceived from implementing IOIS and utilising cybermediaries services in the food supply chain. To conclude the conceptual paper outlined managerial implications and areas for future research.

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A Quantitative Model for Supplier-Buyer's Profit Sharing and Pricing Policies Based on Supply Chain Partnerships (공급사슬 파트너십 하에서 공급자-구매자 이익공유와 가격결정 정책에 대한 계량 모형)

  • Cho Geon;So Soon-hoo
    • Journal of the Korean Operations Research and Management Science Society
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    • v.31 no.1
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    • pp.73-82
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    • 2006
  • Supply chain management (SCM) has been regarded as one of the most critical issues in the current business environment. Moreover, supply chain partnerships between suppliers and buyers in SCM have had a significant impact on supply chain performance. In this paper, we conduct a quantitative analysis for supplier-buyer's profit sharing and pricing policies based on supply chain partnerships. For this purpose, we assume that a two echelon supply chain with a single supplier and a single buyer is given and the buyer faces deterministic demand which is not only a function of buyer's selling price, but also strictly decreasing, concave, and twice differentiable function. Then we will prove the following. Firstly, without supply chain partnerships, there exist supplier and buyer's selling prices per unit such that their total profits are maximized, under the assumption that buyer's order quantity is exactly equal to the demand buyer faced. Secondly, buyer's selling price per unit which maximizes supply chain's total profit with supply chain partnerships is lower than buyer's selling price per unit which maximizes buyer's total profit without supply chain partnerships. Thirdly, given supplier's selling price per unit. buyer's total profit without supply chain part nerships is greater than that with supply chain partnerships, whereas the opposite case happens for supplier's total profit. Finally, there exists supplier's selling price per unit which makes the maximum total profits for both supplier and buyer with supply chain partnerships greater than those obtained for any given supplier's selling price per unit without supply chain partnerships.

Development of a Composite Revenue Sharing-Quantity Flexibility Contract

  • Lumsakul, Pasuree;Luong, Huynh Trung
    • Industrial Engineering and Management Systems
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    • v.12 no.3
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    • pp.224-233
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    • 2013
  • In supply chain management, the supply contract can induce collaboration and coordination among the supply chain members in order to optimize supply chain performance. Numerous supply contracts have been examined; however, some difficulties related to the application of these contracts still occur. One of the solutions is to apply the composite supply contract which can assist in the supply chain coordination. This research examines the composite contract of the revenue sharing and quantity flexibility contracts in a two-stage supply chain, which comprises a retailer and a supplier. In this research, a mathematical model of the composite contract is developed; then, the applicability of the proposed composite contract is examined by investigating its capability in terms of supply chain coordination and profit allocation. In the numerical experiments, the composite revenue sharing-quantity flexibility contract showed that it is superior to both component contracts in terms of supply chain coordination and profit allocation among supply chain members.

Combined Discrete-Continuous Modeling for Supply Chain Simulation

  • Cho, Min-Kwan;Lee, Young-Hae;Kim, Seo-Jin
    • Proceedings of the Korea Society for Simulation Conference
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    • pp.405-424
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    • 2001
  • Many simulation models have been built to facilitate simulation technique in designing, evaluating, and optimizing supply chains. Simulation is preferred to deal with stochastic natures existing in the supply chain. Moreover simulation has a capability to find local optimum value within each component through entire supply chain. Most of supply chain simulation models have been developed on the basis of discrete-event simulation. Since supply chain systems are neither completely discrete nor continuous, the need of constructing a model with aspects of both discrete-event and continuous simulation is provoked, resulting in a combined discrete-continuous simulation. In this paper, an architecture of combined modeling for supply chain simulation is proposed, which includes the equation of continuous portion in supply chain and how these equations are used in the supply chain simulation models. A simple example of supply chain model dealing with the strategic level of supply chain presented in this paper shows the possibility and the prospect of this approach.

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Combined Discrete-Continuous Modeling Methodology for Supply Chain Simulation (공급사슬 시뮬레이션을 위한 이산-연속 혼합 모델링 방법에 관한 연구)

  • 김서진;이영해;조민관
    • Journal of the Korea Society for Simulation
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    • v.10 no.2
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    • pp.75-89
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    • 2001
  • Many simulation models have been built to facilitate simulation technique in designing, evaluating, and optimizing supply chains. Simulation is preferred to deal with stochastic natures existing in the supply chain. Moreover simulation has a capability to find local optimum value within each component through entire supply chain. Most of supply chain simulation models have been developed on the basis of discrete-event simulation. Since supply chain systems are neither completely discrete nor continuous, the need of constructing a model with aspects of both discrete-event and continuous simulation is provoked, resulting in a combined discrete-continuous simulation. In this paper, an architecture of combined modeling for supply chain simulation is proposed, which includes the equation of continuous portion in supply chain and how these equations are used in the supply chain simulation models. A simple example of supply chain model dealing with the strategic level of supply chain presented in this paper shows the possibility and the prospect of this approach.

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A Study on Application of Safety Management to Supply Chain (공급망의 안전관리 적용에 관한 연구)

  • Yu Woo-Yeon;Lee Byoung-Ki;Kang Kyong-Sik
    • Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science
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    • v.7 no.4
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    • pp.39-48
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    • 2005
  • Both supply chain management and safety management contribute to strengthening a company's competitiveness. However, there is no previous research that considers supply chain management and safety management simultaneously The objective of this research is to study on application of safety management to supply chain. In this paper, the concept of supply chain safety management is defined. Based on the concept of supply chain safety management, supply chain safety management model is developed that consists of supply safety management, production safety management, storage safety management, and distribution safety management. In order to apply supply chain safety management, a methodology is developed that consists of four phases. Applying the supply chain safety management model, it is expected a company to lower cost as well as to raise customer satisfaction level.