The Impact of RFID Utilization and Supply Chain Information Sharing on Supply Chain Performance: Focusing on the Moderating Role of Supply Chain Culture

This article discusses how radio frequency identification (RFID) has gained much interest from both academia and industry as an effective tool for supply chain information sharing (SCIS) because it can collect large amounts of data through automatic tracking of products and raw materials. The current global market of today has intensified market competition and this competition is no longer solely between individual firms, it also exists throughout the supply chain. The relationships between all parties in a supply chain is becoming increasingly important in fostering supply chain performance (SCP) and firms that are exposed to strong global competition continue to focus on supply chain management (SCM) to achieve long term goals. The supply chain culture of competitiveness (SCCC) presented in this article is designed to be a moderator of the links between RFID utilization and SCIS, and between SCIS and SCP. Supply chains should develop an SCM strategy, oriented toward learning, innovativeness and entrepreneurship, for the enormous impacts that SCCC on SCP are expected to have in the future.


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  • Accession Number: 01601195
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Mar 15 2016 10:07AM