Integrative technologies to make supply chains lean, agile and green: a review Online publication date: Tue, 01-Sep-2020
by Gaganpreet Singh Hundal; Chad Matthew Laux
International Journal of Supply Chain and Operations Resilience (IJSCOR), Vol. 4, No. 2, 2020
Abstract: This research paper aims to qualitatively review the novel concept of lean, agile and green (LAG) supply chains through technology integration. Excessive carbon-footprint of supply chains in this era of globalisation, customised consumer needs and cost efficiency requires lean, agile and green supply chains. Therefore, this study reviews the impact of integrative technologies on LAG supply chain drivers through systematic literature review and content analysis. Findings of this study suggests that integrative technologies foster lean, agile and green key performance drivers. Managerial implications of this study are significant from technology adoption perspective as supply chain managers justify the integration of highlighted technologies for lean, green and agile supply chains. The future work as proposed by this study can motivate supply chain firms to further investigate the cost-benefit analysis for integrative technologies adoption and the empirical impact on LAG supply chain drivers.
Online publication date: Tue, 01-Sep-2020
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