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Managing quality risk in supply chain to drive firm's performance: The roles of control mechanisms

Ying Kei Tse, Minhao Zhang, Kim Hua Tan, Kulwant Pawar, Kiran Fernandes
2018 Journal of Business Research  
The results show that both supplier development and proactive product recall significantly contribute to financial performance and quality performance.  ...  This research aims to investigate the effects of two focused risk management practices, namely supplier development and proactive product recall, on firms' performance.  ...  However, the relationship between proactive product recall and financial performance is found to be insignificant.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbusres.2018.01.029 fatcat:o3dzy27v65bkbbqrjiwqsuisk4

The effects of risk and reward sharing on quality performance

Ying Kei Tse, Minhao Zhang, Fu Jia
2018 International Journal of Operations & Production Management  
Purpose: Firms face critical challenges in managing product quality in a global supply chain.  ...  To address such agency problem, the purposes of this study are to explain how risk and reward sharing practices contribute to firms' quality performance in the supply chain, and to identify the drivers  ...  Acknowledgement We appreciate the financial support from The Ministry of Education of Humanities and Social Sciences project (Grant number: 17YJA630034) and the Natural Science Foundation of Fujian Province  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijopm-12-2016-0759 fatcat:4lr53ldjtnhq5fajn4i3rbisre

The Influence of the Antecedents of SCQRM Implementation on Organizational Performance with the Moderating Role of Organizational Culture in the Indonesian Navy

Yohannes Enggar Riyadi, Lucy Warsindah, Agus Adriyanto, Dangan Waluyo
2021 Business and Entrepreneurial Review (BER)  
<strong>First</strong>, this study develops an SCQRM theoretical model with three unique dimensions (supplier development, risk management integration, and proactive product recall).  ...  <p>This study aims to determine the effect of the antecedents of Supply chain quality risk management (SCQRM) implementation on organizational performance with the moderating role of organizational culture  ...  The firm must determine the source of the defect and investigate other suspect products that might trigger another withdrawal and recall.  ... 
doi:10.25105/ber.v21i1.9232 fatcat:vfdtnv4cfnfttl47jaz6gwdnvi

Structural drivers of upstream supply chain complexity and the frequency of supply chain disruptions

Christoph Bode, Stephan M. Wagner
2015 Journal of Operations Management  
This is a relevant question, because firms seek stability in their operations, and therefore managers need to know how the structure of their supply chains affects the occurrence of disruptions.  ...  Not only do the empirical findings suggest that all of the three investigated complexity drivers -horizontal, vertical, and spatial complexity -increase the frequency of disruptions, but also that they  ...  , as a consequence, expose firms within the supply chain to operational and financial risks."  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jom.2014.12.004 fatcat:o3wjjevvrbbyfnjzd3od53ke5i

ISSUES IN THE USE OF THE EVENT STUDY METHODOLOGY: AN ANALYSIS OF MARKETING STRATEGIES IN PRODUCT RECALL STUDIES

Fatma Hilal Ergen Keleş, Burç Ülengin
2019 M U Iktisadi ve Idari Bilimler Dergisi  
Empirical findings of product recall studies suggest that a product recall cause to a decrease the firm value.  ...  recall context, and (4) propositions for further empirical testing.  ...  and more global supply chains 47 .  ... 
doi:10.14780/muiibd.582318 fatcat:yph62labmfd4zhcw6yt7cdgkma

Circular economy-based reverse logistics: dynamic interplay between sustainable resource commitment and financial performance

Yudi Fernando, Muhammad Shabir Shaharudin, Ahmed Zainul Abideen
2022 European Journal of Management and Business Economics  
and 2nd levels.FindingsThe results confirm that CERL acts as an essential intervening entity between resources and financial performance.  ...  environmental standards through reverse logistic practices.Practical implicationsReverse logistic practices are the key components of a circular business model and a sustainable supply chain.  ...  The authors convey their appreciation to the Division of Research and Innovation, Universiti Malaysia Pahang for funding this study (PGRS190366; PGRS190365 and PGRS190364).  ... 
doi:10.1108/ejmbe-08-2020-0254 fatcat:ijqcwnv7brh5hnb6n4bkispbzm

Managing business performance: The contrasting cases of two multiple retailers 1920 to 1939

Andrew Hull
2018 Business History  
financial measures.  ...  retailers 1920 to 1939 Business performance measurement and management (PMM) systems are often viewed as relatively recent phenomena, responding to the failure of historical practices which prioritised  ...  of these drivers of performance but also allowed them to understand the complex relationships between the external context, the different drivers of performance and the customer reaction to the overall  ... 
doi:10.1080/00076791.2018.1459251 fatcat:3jcjinifhzgjdmyx6i4jsi7dde

An examination of drivers and barriers to reducing carbon emissions in China's manufacturing sector

Nachiappan Subramanian, Muhammad Abdulrahman
2017 International Journal of Logistics Management  
Similarly, Lai et al. (2013) empirically found positive financial and social performance outcomes in the Chinese firms with reverse logistics implementation.  ...  Our findings linking drivers, product redesign capabilities and performance concurs with previous studies, which stated a direct relationship between that recovery through recalls/returns and that take-back  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijlm-07-2016-0171 fatcat:peibwkfsrbcbrpvuwk6g5xfk3m

Risky Suppliers or Risky Supply Chains? An Empirical Analysis of Sub-Tier Supply Network Structure on Firm Performance in the High-Tech Sector

Yixin (Iris) Wang, Jun Li, Ravi Anupindi
2015 Social Science Research Network  
This paper empirically studies the prevalence of overlapping sub-tier suppliers and their impact on financial performance for firms in the high-tech sector.  ...  Our results reveal substantial unmanaged supply chain risks due to overlapping sub-tier suppliers, and highlight the need for firms to increase visibility into their extended supply network.  ...  To investigate this, we need measures of supply network structure.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2705654 fatcat:zwbsonkmzjh6zfuqwnrvl7oy7m

Strategic Resources and Firm Performance: An Application of the Resource Based View

Rana Tanveer Hussain, Abdul Waheed
2019 Lahore Journal of Business  
on operating and financial performance of the firms.  ...  , human capital efficiency, and structural capital efficiency.  ...  Moreover, investigating the mediating role of competitive advantage and supply chain management on the above mentioned relation, they find a significant and positive mediating role.  ... 
doi:10.35536/ljb.2019.v7.i2.a3 fatcat:6i5hc2yhu5aeblpmqjj7oqzzje

Plant Operations and Product Recalls in the Automotive Industry: An Empirical Investigation

Rachna Shah, George P. Ball, Serguei Netessine
2017 Management science  
While there is overwhelming evidence of the negative consequences of product recalls, empirical evidence of plant-level drivers of recalls is non-existent.  ...  We examine potential plant-level recall causes for North American automotive manufacturers by combining production-line data over a 7-year period with auto-recall data, while differentiating between manufacturing-and  ...  as the independent variable to examine its impact on firms' financial and market performance.  ... 
doi:10.1287/mnsc.2016.2456 fatcat:46jjuk3tmrdm3mmrdloohjvuwq

An Analysis of the Effect of Operations Management Practices on Performance

Elisa Battistoni, Andrea Bonacelli, Andrea Fronzetti Colladon, Massimiliano M. Schiraldi
2013 International Journal of Engineering Business Management  
firms' performances.  ...  In this paper we investigate the possible relationships among some optimization techniques used in Operations Management and the performance of SMEs that operate in the manufacturing sector.  ...  The main purpose of this model was to reject H0 to provide evidence of the relationship between performance and OM practices both in production and in the supply chain. [51] .  ... 
doi:10.5772/56919 fatcat:4ni3zc4j2jfu5munjzhhc6im3u

Impact of Online Firm Generated Content (FGC) on Supply Chain Performance: An Empirical Analysis

Ajaya Swain, Qing Cao
2014 2014 47th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
Consumer generated contents on social media can provide insights and intelligence for firms to improve their performance.  ...  Information sharing and collaboration are identified as two key FGC elements affecting supply chain performance. We discuss and explain major implications of these FGC elements in this paper.  ...  In this study, we explore the relationship between social media and supply chain performance by empirically testing whether social media usage by supply chain partners in terms of frequency, volume, polarity  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2014.77 dblp:conf/hicss/SwainC14 fatcat:f4jfzbcs6je6vlyzlj6f2ujjju

Performance measurement for green supply chain management

Aref A. Hervani, Marilyn M. Helms, Joseph Sarkis
2005 Benchmarking : An International Journal  
It seeks to integrate works in supply chain management, environmental management, and performance management into one framework.  ...  Findings -Provides an integrative framework for study, design and evaluation of green supply chain management performance tools.  ...  These surpluses or rents in business come from distinctive capabilities such as brands and reputation, strategic assets, innovations, and the distinctive structure of relationships firms enjoy both internally  ... 
doi:10.1108/14635770510609015 fatcat:3pwyozvlmffr5gybi6zsjchbaq

Plant Inspection Outcomes and Product Recalls: The Role of Inspector Experience

George Ball, Enno Siemsen, Rachna Shah
2014 Social Science Research Network  
predict future product recalls, and that this relationship is moderated by inspector experience.  ...  Plant inspections enable supply chain partners to manage quality risk in global supply chains.. However, surprisingly little research examines the behavioral aspects of inspectors' work.  ...  In supply chains with long lead times, firms cannot simply rely on inspecting incoming materials, nor can they realistically perform inspections and tests on all finished products.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2445022 fatcat:3akydv2fp5ckneskjdeaukd74y
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