|Appears in Collections:||Marketing and Retail Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Supply Chain Management and Hypercompetition|
Grant, David B
|Keywords:||supply chain management|
|Citation:||Teller C, Grant DB & Halldorsson A (2009) Supply Chain Management and Hypercompetition, Logistics Research, 1 (1), pp. 5-13.|
|Abstract:||Firms nowadays face significant challenges in their operating environments, which have been characterised in two different ways. From a strategic management perspective these environments are in a state of hypercompetition while from a logistics or supply chain perspective these environments require market responsiveness predicated upon agile supply chains. However, firms must also rely on many inter-organisational relationships to ensure efficient and effective movements within their supply chains. This paper discusses the relationships among these concepts and proposes a research framework combining aspects of the hypercompetition and responsiveness and agility viewpoints.|
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