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L’impact des pratiques de Supply Chain Management sur la performance de l’entreprise

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  • Frank Brulhart


    (Université d'Aix-Marseille et Toulouse Business School)

  • Btissam Moncef

    (ESCE Paris)

(VF)S’il existe de nombreuses études reliant le Supply Chain Management (SCM) et le développement d’un avantage concurrentiel, elles restent néanmoins à la fois dispersées et incomplètes. Cet article vise tout d’abord à expliciter la notion de pratiques de SCM (PSCM) puis à identifier l’impact de ces pratiques sur la performance. Au final, le modèle teste l’influence de 3 PSCM sur 8 dimensions complémentaires (financières et non financières) de la performance de la firme dans le contexte français. Nos résultats, obtenus par le biais d’une série d’équations de régression, montrent une influence différenciée des PSCM sur la performance, tant en termes de types de pratiques discriminantes qu’en termes de types d’indicateurs de performance influencés. (VA)Numerous studies examine the relationship between Supply Chain Management (SCM) and the development of a competitive advantage. These studies, however, are mostly both incomplete and disparate. The purpose of this article is to identify the precise nature of SCM practices and to empirically test the relationship between the latter and performance. More specifically, this article tests the impact of 3 SCM practices on 8 different performance metrics, both financial and non financial. Our results show that SCM practices determine performance in different ways and at different levels, both considering the type of practice and the type of performance indicator used.

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Volume (Year): 13 (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 (March)
Pages: 33-66.

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Handle: RePEc:dij:revfcs:v:13:y:2010:i:q1:p:33-66.
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