The Successful Implementation of Supply Chain Management Technology Initiatives: Technological Readiness as a Key Indicator
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Doctor of Philosophy in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (Ph.D.)
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Thesis (open access)
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Department of Logistics & Supply Chain Management
Stephen M. Rutner
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Paige S. Rutner
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The emergence of what is modern supply chain management (SCM) can be attributed to the revolutionary advances in information technology over the past three decades. Despite significant investment in supply chain management technology (SCMT) and the implementation process, many companies still experience considerable complications during SCMT implementation. There is a dearth of research concerning the implementation of SCMT. A proven path to supply chain technology implementation has yet to be established. In an effort to address this gap, this dissertation considers the role of technological readiness as a part of a comprehensive model for SCMT implementation. A model is proposed and empirically tested.
Cox, Scott R., "The Successful Implementation of Supply Chain Management Technology Initiatives: Technological Readiness as a Key Indicator" (2015). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 1351.