The Impact Of Supply Chain Agility and Supply Chain Innovation on Supply Chain Performance In Manufacturing Industries In Pakistan
Keywords:Supply Chain Agility, supply chain innovation, Logistics, Supply Chain Performance, operations management
Purpose – The aim of this study is to provide relative outcomes of Supply Chain Agility and Supply Chain Innovation, and their influence on Supply Chain Performance in manufacturing industry in Pakistan.
Design/methodology – To evaluate the Supply Chain Performance of manufacturing sector in Pakistan, data was collected and examined with the help of linear regression analysis. The research applied primary data analysis which were occupied from the 256 respondents from different manufacturing organizations of Pakistan.
Findings – The outcomes illustrates that the examined variables Supply Chain Agility and Supply Chain Innovation have a significant impact on the Supply Chain Performance in the manufacturing industry in Pakistan.
Research limitations – This research timeline is cross sectional and only focus on the manufacturing sector of Pakistan.
Research implications – The research encourages respective stakeholders to pay more attention on the Supply Chain Agility and Supply Chain Innovation products have a significant impact on the overall Supply Chain Performance. This will assist them to improve the Supply Chain Performance in the manufacturing industry in Pakistan.
Originality/value – This research is an addition to efficient performance of supply chain studies, which has been carried out frequently in established countries on their organizations and to Pakistani organizations by considering significant amount of such cases.
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