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Publication d'un article dans le "International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management" (rang 2)

Publié le 20 novembre 2020, Mis à jour le 20 novembre 2020

Laurence Viale, enseignant-chercheur à l'EM Strasbourg, vient de publier un article dans le "International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management".

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Laurence Viale (EM Strasbourg) a écrit un article intitulé "Does digitalising the supply chain contribute to its resilience?", en collaboration avec Dorsaf Zouari (IUT Valence) et Salomée Ruel (Kedge Business School). 

Abstract:
Purpose – Supply chain resilience (SCR) is a key concept for managers who wish to develop the capacity to enhance their supply chain’s (SC’s) ability to cope with unexpected turbulence. SC digital tools are often seen as a solution that provides more visibility, anticipation and collaboration (SCR capability factors). The purpose of this paper is to investigate the link between SCR and SC digitalisation
Design/methodology/approach – A sample was considered with 300 managers in the field of SCM, and the results were analysed using factor analysis and structural equation modelling (SEM). SEM was employed to test the impact of the degree of digital maturity and SC digital tools on SCR.
Findings – SC digitalization is characterised by the degree of digital maturity and the adoption of SC digital tools. The degree of digital maturity has a strong influence on digital tool adoption. SCR is positively impacted by both the degree of digital maturity and the adoption of digital tools. 


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