Moving toward LIS Theory Development: A Framework of Technology Adoption within Channels
Walton, Lisa Williams, Miller, Linda G., Journal of Business Logistics
The increase in global competition has given managers the impetus to develop innovative relationships in the distribution channel. Managers are taking the integrated logistics concept of the 1970s and applying it to all firms within the supply chain. This strategic integration of trading partners is the Supply Chain Management concept (SCM). An important binding force that often holds these relationships together is information technology.(1) Thus, a good starting point in understanding formation of the Supply Chain Management concept and strategic alliances lies in understanding the interorganizational technology adoption decision.
This article proposes a framework and a model …
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Publication information: Article title: Moving toward LIS Theory Development: A Framework of Technology Adoption within Channels. Contributors: Walton, Lisa Williams - Author, Miller, Linda G. - Author. Journal title: Journal of Business Logistics. Volume: 16. Issue: 2 Publication date: January 1, 1995. Page number: 117+. © Council of Logistics Management 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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