Mitigation processes – antecedents for building supply chain resilience.

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Scholten, Kirstin, Sharkey Scott, Pamela and Fynes, Brian 2014. Mitigation processes – antecedents for building supply chain resilience. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal. https://doi.org/10.1108/SCM-06-2013-0191
AuthorsScholten, Kirstin, Sharkey Scott, Pamela and Fynes, Brian
Abstract

This study aims to combine theory and practice to develop an integrated supply chain resilience framework by investigating the inter-dependencies between the strategic literature based concept of supply chain resilience and operational practitioner based disaster management processes. Utilising an in-depth qualitative case of a collaborative agency, this study identifies best practices within disaster management for insights on the operationalisation of supply chain resilience. The empirical data leads to the development of an integrated supply chain resilience framework capturing the interplay of disaster management processes and capabilities required to build supply chain resilience. The critical importance of mitigation processes in building supply chain resilience is highlighted. The generic supply chain resilience framework represents a valuable guide for managers when directing resources and planning for building the capabilities required in each phase of disaster management, while remaining strategically focused. The value of the framework is demonstrated by a retrospective analysis of aid operations in response to Hurricane Katrina. The study's results are the first to bridge theory and practice on supply chain resilience. By utilising the unique humanitarian aid disaster supply chain management context, a two-way knowledge and learning flow between humanitarian and commercial organisations is established.

This study aims to combine theory and practice to develop an integrated supply chain resilience framework by investigating the inter-dependencies between the strategic literature based concept of supply chain resilience and operational practitioner based disaster management processes.

Utilising an in-depth qualitative case of a collaborative agency, this study identifies best practices within disaster management for insights on the operationalisation of supply chain resilience.

The empirical data leads to the development of an integrated supply chain resilience framework capturing the interplay of disaster management processes and capabilities required to build supply chain resilience. The critical importance of mitigation processes in building supply chain resilience is highlighted.

The generic supply chain resilience framework represents a valuable guide for managers when directing resources and planning for building the capabilities required in each phase of disaster management, while remaining strategically focused. The value of the framework is demonstrated by a retrospective analysis of aid operations in response to Hurricane Katrina.

The study's results are the first to bridge theory and practice on supply chain resilience. By utilising the unique humanitarian aid disaster supply chain management context, a two-way knowledge and learning flow between humanitarian and commercial organisations is established.

KeywordsMitigation; Supply Chain
Year2014
JournalSupply Chain Management: An International Journal
PublisherEmerald
ISSN1359-8546
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1108/SCM-06-2013-0191
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10545/623292
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Publication dates04 Mar 2014
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ContributorsUniversity College Dublin, University of Groningen and Dublin Institute of Technology
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