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Title: Digital supply chain to unlock new agility: a TISM approach
Authors: Choudhury, Akanksha
Behl, Abhishek
Sheorey, Pratima
Pal, Abhinav
Keywords: Digital supply chain
Industry 4.0
Total interpretive structural modeling (TISM)
Redesign organization
Supply chain management
Customer satisfaction
Issue Date: 30-Jun-2021
Publisher: Benchmarking, Emerald, UK
Citation: Choudhury, A., Behl, A., Sheorey, P.A. and Pal, A. (2021). Digital supply chain to unlock new agility: a TISM approach. Benchmarking: An International Journal, 28(6), pp.2075-2109.
Abstract: Traditional supply chain arrangements have failed to keep up with escalating customer demands and breakthrough innovations. The way forward is a flexible yet innovative network that leverages ecosystem partners and digital tools to unlock new agility. The paper aims at identifying and analyzing numerous critical success factors (CSFs) that may improve the efficiency of a digital supply chain. This study identified 12 CSFs through an extensive literature survey. The ISM model resulted in six different levels beginning from redesign organization at the bottom of the structure. The TISM model explained why redesigning the organization is pivotal to bringing about novel agility in the supply chain. MICMAC analysis confirmed that the following enhanced the success of a digital supply chain: Sales and Operation Planning Strategies, Strategic Sourcing Techniques, Smart Manufacturing Processes and Warehouse Management.Various other components contributing to the 12 CSFs identified in this paper may be discovered and detailed in future research. Additionally, further research is required to expand the existing technology-based services structural model to a more empirical form. This study offers a comprehensive but not exhaustive list of CSFs essential to digital supply chain growth. It will enable market experts and leaders to concentrate on key factors leading to tactical decisions and maximum value for firms.The paper seeks to add to the body of knowledge on real digitally-led supply chain transformation, which is still in its early stages. This study is one of the first, if not the first, to examine success factors critical to the improvement of the performance of the supply chain. It lays the foundation for further research in this field.
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