Developing Social Identity and Social Capital for Supply Chain Management

In the face of ever increasing competition and globalization, supply chain management (SCM) represents a new business paradigm. In it, firms, with the ultimate goal of cross-partner supply chain activity synchronization for more created customer value than competing supply chains, take a systems approach to supply chain management as a single entity instead of a fragmented set. The authors discuss theoretical background, including social identity salience and social capital in a supply chain, as well as a conceptual framework and propositions and other implications.

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    • Min, Soonhong
    • Kim, Stephen K
    • Chen, Haozhe
  • Publication Date: 2008


  • English

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  • Accession Number: 01109020
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Aug 5 2008 1:14PM