The Impact of Supply Chain Management Practices on the Overall Performance of the Organization

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  • Mr. Manu Krishnan, Dr. Ashok Kumar Katta

Keywords:

Supply chain performance, supply chain efficiency, and supply chain efficacy

Abstract

Supply Chain Management (SCM) may now be a major technique for assuring advantage and improving authoritative execution since competition now occurs more between supply networks than between associations. Five SCM practice components are established and conceptualized in this inquiry. Testing and data sharing (provider affiliation, client connection, degree, kind, and delay of data sharing) the relationships between hierarchical execution, control, and SCM practice. The system's proposed links were evaluated, and pertinent information from 202 relationships was analyzed. The usage of indicating the underlying condition. The findings show higher, more pronounced levels of SCM usage. This may lead to improved command performance and a decisive advantage. Furthermore, the benefit may also have an impact on how quickly and favorably the hierarchy is executed.

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Published

2024-07-09

How to Cite

Mr. Manu Krishnan, Dr. Ashok Kumar Katta. (2024). The Impact of Supply Chain Management Practices on the Overall Performance of the Organization. Onomázein, (64 (2024): June), 281–289. Retrieved from http://www.onomazein.com/index.php/onom/article/view/726

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