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Information: A Key to Supply Chain Performance

Published

Author(s)

Albert W. Jones, Larry H. Reeker, A S. Deshmukh

Abstract

This paper makes serveral critical points related to the intrinsic nature of the relationship between information and performance in supply chains. It highlights the co-dependence of information and supply-chain management decisions, stresses the impact of this co-dependence on supply-chain performance, and raises research issues that are fundamental to a better understanding of both.
Citation
International Symposium on Manufacturing and Applications
Volume
14

Keywords

complexity, equivalence, information, information and performance, ontology, performance, supply chain, supply-chain management decisions

Citation

Jones, A. , Reeker, L. and Deshmukh, A. (2002), Information: A Key to Supply Chain Performance, International Symposium on Manufacturing and Applications (Accessed April 22, 2024)
Created December 1, 2002, Updated February 17, 2017