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THE AGILITY, ADAPTABILITY, AND ALIGNMENT AS THE DETERMINANTS OF THE SUSTAINABLE HUMANITARIAN SUPPLY CHAIN DESIGN
Corresponding Author(s) : Aphichart Kampoomprasert
Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews,
Vol. 7 No. 2 (2019): March
Purpose: The main objective behind the study is to investigate the relationship between agility, adaptability and alignment as determinant of the Sustainable Humanitarian Supply Chain Design.
Methodology: The fashion industry is one of the dynamic industries, which undergoes rapid transformation in both the demand and flexibility. A review of the earlier relevant research in the area has been included in the research paper along with an analysis of HSC in comparison to other commercial supply chains. This research paper goes over the definition of SHSC, development, and hurdles in its design, identification of research limitations and development of a model and hypothesis. Statistical analysis for example surveys, sample design, data assembling, variables/measure of identification, bias/pre-testing has been included to support the claims made in the paper.
Results: The firms operating in the manufacturing of Indonesia are chosen as the sample of the study. Employing the survey-based methodology, the SEM-PLS technique is used to test the hypothesized relationships. So, the current study has used SEM-PLS as a statistical tool to answer the research questions raised in this study and research objectives envisaged in the current study. The findings of the study have provided support to the theoretical foundation and proposed hypothesis of the current study. Current study will be helpful for policymakers and practitioners in understanding the issues related to supply chain risk, supply chain integration and supply chain performance. In the author's knowledge this is among very few pioneering studies on this issue.
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