Supply Chain Management Using Internet Technologies Research Paper by Nicky

Supply Chain Management Using Internet Technologies
An exploration of the impact of the Internet on supply chain management.
# 148609 | 2,908 words | 18 sources | APA | 2011 | US
Published on Oct 28, 2011 in Business (Management) , Computer and Technology (Internet)


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Description:

The paper explores, with reference to the Toyota Production System (TPS), how the Internet enables the integration of processes and systems in supply chain management, analyzes supply chain performance and impacts supply chain collaboration. The paper clearly demonstrates how the Internet is now an integral part of supply chain management, supplier enablement and supply chain analytics. The paper contains a table and an appendix with a figure.

Outline:
Introduction
The Internet Enables Integration of Processes and Systems in Supply Chain Management
The Impact of the Internet on Supply Chain Collaboration
Scaling Supply Chain Management Globally Using Internet-based Integration
Internet-based Strategies for Analyzing Supply Chain Performance
Conclusion

From the Paper:

"The greatest contribution of the Internet to supply chain management is the ability to synchronize demand management between suppliers, buyers, manufactures and distribution channel partners. This has created more efficient and transparent cross-supplier collaboration globally (Dyer, Nobeoka, 2000) in addition to creating more visibility multiple layers deep into a supply chain as well. In effect the Internet has enabled an entirely new level of supply chain visibility to the process level as well, which has made for a greater potential for cost reduction over time. The cumulative effect on supply chains is that they have become more demand-driven given this level of visibility down to the supplier level made possible by the Internet (Hadaya, Cassivi, 2007)."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Clark, Theodore H, Stoddard, Donna B. (1996). Interorganizational business process redesign: Merging technological and process innovation. Journal of Management Information Systems, 13(2), 9-28.
  • Jeffrey H Dyer, Kentaro Nobeoka. (2000). Creating and managing a high-performance knowledge-sharing network: The Toyota case. Strategic Management Journal: Special Issue: Strategic Networks, 21(3), 345-367.
  • Kasra Ferdows. (2006). Transfer of Changing Production Know-How. Production and Operations Management, 15(1), 1-9. ).
  • Pierre Hadaya, Luc Cassivi. (2007). The role of joint collaboration planning actions in a demand-driven supply chain. Industrial Management + Data Systems, 107(7), 954-978.
  • Park Tae-Hoon. (2007). Hierarchical Structures and Competitive Strategies in Car Development: Inter-Organizational Relationships with Toyota's First-, Second- and Third-Tier Suppliers. Asian Business & Management: Special Issue: Japanese Business & Society in a Global Age, 6(2), 179-198.

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