Supply Chain Management Practices as a Mediator of the Relationship between Operations Capability and Firm Performance
International Journal of Production Research
Taylor & Francis
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The current study uses mediated regression analysis and structural equation modelling to test the proposition that supply chain management practices mediate the relationship between operations capability and firm performance. Operations capability is defined in terms of a firm's new product design and development, total quality management and just-in-time capabilities. Results support the research model and also suggest the existence of a direct relationship between operations capability and performance.
Firm performance; Just-in-time systems; Operations capability; Product design; Regression analysis; Supply chain management; Total quality management
Business | International Business | Operations and Supply Chain Management
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Kannan, V. R.,
Leong, G. K.
Supply Chain Management Practices as a Mediator of the Relationship between Operations Capability and Firm Performance.
International Journal of Production Research, 47(3),
Taylor & Francis.