Supply Chain Management Literature Review

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2.1 literature review:
Supply chain Management can be defined as the flow of material and information in a supply chain to provide the highest degree of customer satisfaction at the lowest possible cost.
Supply chain management requires the commitment of supply chain partners to work closely to coordinate order generation, order taking, and order fulfillment. They thereby create an extended enterprise spreading far beyond the producer 's location.
Supply chain management is applicable in both manufacturing and services organizations as the prime focus revolves around integration of the end-to-end organization, i.e. involving suppliers, suppliers of the suppliers, customers and customers of the customers. A service organization has to deal
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A literature review has been conducted using a structured . The state of the art on humanitarian supply chain performance management with a focus on measurement frameworks and indicators and their applications in practice is classified in three categories. The first category is the definition and measurement of success in humanitarian supply chains. The second category is managing performance, which focuses on describing and analyzing the actual practice of managing performance. The third category shows the challenges in performance management that humanitarian supply chain actor 's deal with. Findings – the study reveal that performance measurement and management in humanitarian supply chains is still an open area of research, especially compared to the commercial supply chain sector. Furthermore, the research indicates that performance measurement and management in humanitarian supply chains has to be developed in support of the supply chain strategy. Based on the findings of the literature review on performance measurement and management in the commercial and humanitarian field, a first classification of 94 performance measurement…show more content…
The study population consists of all food industry firms in Jordan (833). The study sample, it includes all food industry firms in Amman City (121). To achieve the objectives of the study, the causal descriptive analytical method was used. For data collection, data analysis, and testing hypotheses. A questionnaire was used to collect information about study variables which consisted of (50) items. A number of results were reached: there was a significant impact of Supply Chain Integration on Organizational Performance in food industry firms in Amman City at level (α ≤ 0.05), there was a significant impact of Supply Chain Integration on Environmental Turbulence in food industry firms in Amman City at level (α ≤ 0.05), there was a significant impact of Environmental Turbulence on Organizational Performance in food industry firms in Amman City at level (α ≤ 0.05) and there was a significant impact of Supply Chain Integration on Organizational Performance in food industry firms in Amman City under Environmental Turbulence at level (α ≤ 0.05). The study recommended to need for companies under study, enhancing the role of environmental screening of the external environment an ongoing basis to keep pace with technological changes, as well as the competition intensity in the food industry
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