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Supply chain management and hypercompetition

Supply chain management and hypercompetition
Supply chain management and hypercompetition
Firms nowadays face significant challenges in their operating environments, which have been characterised in two different ways. From a strategic management perspective these environments are in a state of hypercompetition while from a logistics or supply chain perspective these environments require market responsiveness predicated upon agile supply chains. However, firms must also rely on many inter-organisational relationships to ensure efficient and effective movements within their supply chains. This paper discusses the relationships among these concepts and proposes a research framework combining aspects of the hypercompetition and responsiveness and agility viewpoints
supply chain management, hypercompetition, network model, logistics strategy
5-13
Kotzab, Herbert
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Grant, David B.
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Teller, Christoph
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Halldorsson, Arni
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Kotzab, Herbert
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Grant, David B.
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Teller, Christoph
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Halldorsson, Arni
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Kotzab, Herbert, Grant, David B., Teller, Christoph and Halldorsson, Arni (2008) Supply chain management and hypercompetition. Logistics Research, 1 (1), 5-13. (doi:10.1007/s12159-008-0002-5).

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Firms nowadays face significant challenges in their operating environments, which have been characterised in two different ways. From a strategic management perspective these environments are in a state of hypercompetition while from a logistics or supply chain perspective these environments require market responsiveness predicated upon agile supply chains. However, firms must also rely on many inter-organisational relationships to ensure efficient and effective movements within their supply chains. This paper discusses the relationships among these concepts and proposes a research framework combining aspects of the hypercompetition and responsiveness and agility viewpoints

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Published date: 16 August 2008
Keywords: supply chain management, hypercompetition, network model, logistics strategy
Organisations: Southampton Business School

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Local EPrints ID: 80325
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/80325
PURE UUID: 0bf97a29-57c6-46d9-a2e9-fed2691e65ba

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Date deposited: 24 Mar 2010
Last modified: 16 Mar 2020 17:31

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