Title: Mitigate supply chain vulnerability to build supply chain resilience using organisational analytical capability: a theoretical framework

Authors: Nishant Agrawal; Sameer Pingle

Addresses: Institute of Management, Nirma University, India ' SBM, NMIMS, Indore, India

Abstract: In today's dynamic market, various man-made crises, environmental risk, and macro economy factors make more supply chain vulnerable, and it has been observed that the company faced numerous challenges to overcome that disruption. Supply chain vulnerability (SCV) seems to be more frequently occur with dangerous consequences. The purpose of the present study is to build a resilient supply chain that mitigates SCV. The relationship between organisational, analytical capability, supply chain resilience (SCR), and SCV have been identified and proposed conceptual model. This model helps supply chain managers to improve capabilities to bounce back from risk and improve performance. This is the first study that proposed the moderating role of organisational, analytical capability between vulnerability and resilience. The present study also emphasis on theoretical as well as managerial implications.

Keywords: supply chain resilience; SCR; supply chain vulnerability; SCV; supply chain performance; SCP; organisational analytical capability; dynamic capability; resource-based view; RBV.

DOI: 10.1504/IJLEG.2020.109616

International Journal of Logistics Economics and Globalisation, 2020 Vol.8 No.3, pp.272 - 284

Received: 22 Mar 2020
Accepted: 15 May 2020

Published online: 27 Aug 2020 *

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