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Title: The Impact of Supply Chain Risks and Supply Chain Strategies on Operational Performance and Supply Chain Robustness: An Empirical Analysis from Sufficiency and Necessary Condition perspectives
Authors: Lima, Thiago Fernandes
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor: Dr. Pedro Arbulu
Keywords: Logistica de material
Administração da produção
cadeia de suprimentos
DGPM knowledge areas: Administração
Issue Date: Dec-2021
Publisher: Université de Bordeaux
Description: This dissertation was developed in the Supply Chain Management research area, which is still a very new area compared to other disciplines in the social sciences and whose importance and criticality for any country in the word have become more apparent in the face of Corona Virus outbreak. Our study was structured around the following main pillars: first evaluating and identifying the influence of Supply Chain Risks and specific Contingencies on the Operational Performance of Manufacturing companies in Brazil. Secondly, from significance and necessary condition analysis perspectives, we evaluated and distinguished the relative influence of a different set of Supply Chain Strategies upon Operational Performance and Supply Chain Robustness. The thesis is organized in five distinct chapters as follows: Chapter 1 (Introduction); Chapter 2 (Article 1); Chapter 3 (Article 2); Chapter 4 (Article 3); and Chapter 5 (Conclusion). Using data collected from 165 Supply Chain Professionals allocated in different industries in Brazil, the present work follows quantitative research and applied four methods as such: Partial Least Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM), Importance Performance Map Analysis (IPMA), Multi-Group Analysis (MGA) and Necessary Condition Analysis (NCA) to support our investigation. In Chapter 1, we presented an introduction to the research based on the following elements: Study Background and Research Gaps, Research Problems, Aims, Objectives, Research Questions, Significance of the Study, Limitations, and Thesis Structure. The Chapter 2 was dedicated to evaluating the influence of overall Supply Chain Risks on the Operational Performance of industries in Brazil; identifying which sources of risks have a relatively higher negative impact on the Operational Performance; identify the influence of contingencies like Supply Chain Complexity, Firm Size, and Strategies for Competitive Advantage on the relationship between Supply Chain Risks and Operational Performance. Among other findings, the study presents for science and practical fields a relative hierarchy in terms of frequency and the negative impact of 04 distinct dimensions and 13 different sources of risk. Chapter 3 focused on evaluating the influence of Supply Chain Risk Management and Supply Chain Agility on Operational Performance; and distinguishing the influence of such Supply Chain Strategies ty in terms of its average positive impact and predictive relevance of Operational Performance. In Chapter 4, our conceptual model was further improved by introducing three dimensions of Supply Chain Integration (Supplier, Internal e Customer) and the second dimension of Performance (Supply Chain Robustness). In this chapter, we pursued the following main objective: to evaluate the influence of Supply Chain Agility, Supply Chain Risk Management, Supplier Integration, Internal Integration, Customer Integration on Operational Performance, and Supply Chain Robustness from both a significant and necessity logic perspectives. The value and originality of this research are anchored on reducing specific scientific gaps identified in the literature (evidence, methodological, empirical, theoretical populational) By applying the necessary condition analysis, in complement to the PLS-SEM, to evaluate the relationship proposed on our conceptual model, we executed an unprecedented exploration of the impact of different strategies on organizational performance. The analysis utilizing the necessity logic view enabled our investigation to shift attention from ‘average trends’ among variables to the logic of ‘the required level.”, enabling us to identify the conditions that, when absent, will imply the absence of the outcome or, when present, will enable the presence of the outcome.
Access: Open access
URI: https://www.repositorio.mar.mil.br/handle/ripcmb/846391
Type: Doctoral thesis
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