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User‐driven supply chain business model innovation: the role of dynamic capabilities

User‐driven supply chain business model innovation: the role of dynamic capabilities
User‐driven supply chain business model innovation: the role of dynamic capabilities
This research explores how focal tea companies facilitate supply chain business model innovation (SCBMI) to meet consumer demands and achieve sustainable development. By applying a case study method and dynamic capability theory, we find that: (1) the end‐user innovation‐driven is the precondition for tea SCBMI; (2) the user‐driven innovation leads to the change of the supply chain focal company dynamic capabilities and the tea supply chain network structure, and thus promote the tea SCBMI; (3) SCBMI will, in turn, enhance the focal company's dynamic capabilities and promote the change of tea supply chain network structure in order to meet the consumers' changing demands. Our research suggests that the supply chain should pay attention to the construction of dynamic capabilities and proactively manage supply chain network structure. Ultimately, the entire supply chain business model will continuously adapt to the external changes and achieve sustainable development in the long term.
business model innovation, dynamic capability, supply chain business model, tea supply chain, user-driven innovation
1535-3958
1157-1170
Sun, Yanhua
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Gong, Yu
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Zhang, Yufang
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Jia, Fu
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Shi, Yangyan
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Sun, Yanhua
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Gong, Yu
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Jia, Fu
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Shi, Yangyan
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Sun, Yanhua, Gong, Yu, Zhang, Yufang, Jia, Fu and Shi, Yangyan (2021) User‐driven supply chain business model innovation: the role of dynamic capabilities. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 28 (4), 1157-1170. (doi:10.1002/csr.2128).

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This research explores how focal tea companies facilitate supply chain business model innovation (SCBMI) to meet consumer demands and achieve sustainable development. By applying a case study method and dynamic capability theory, we find that: (1) the end‐user innovation‐driven is the precondition for tea SCBMI; (2) the user‐driven innovation leads to the change of the supply chain focal company dynamic capabilities and the tea supply chain network structure, and thus promote the tea SCBMI; (3) SCBMI will, in turn, enhance the focal company's dynamic capabilities and promote the change of tea supply chain network structure in order to meet the consumers' changing demands. Our research suggests that the supply chain should pay attention to the construction of dynamic capabilities and proactively manage supply chain network structure. Ultimately, the entire supply chain business model will continuously adapt to the external changes and achieve sustainable development in the long term.

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Accepted/In Press date: 12 February 2021
Published date: 25 February 2021
Keywords: business model innovation, dynamic capability, supply chain business model, tea supply chain, user-driven innovation

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Local EPrints ID: 447331
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/447331
ISSN: 1535-3958
PURE UUID: d390edd0-c980-42b8-a26f-890406d28bf6
ORCID for Yu Gong: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-5411-376X

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Date deposited: 09 Mar 2021 17:32
Last modified: 18 Jun 2022 01:47

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Author: Yanhua Sun
Author: Yu Gong ORCID iD
Author: Yufang Zhang
Author: Fu Jia
Author: Yangyan Shi

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