Do Perceptions Become Reality? the Moderating Role of Supply Chain Resiliency on Disruption Occurrence

  • Zsidisin G
  • Wagner S
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Abstract

The concern and study of supply risk and supply continuity has recently come to the forefront in managing business and conducting research. This empirical study of U.S. and German firms investigates the relationship between perceived supply risk sources and supply disruption occurrence, as well as the use of supply chain resiliency practices to reduce disruption frequency. We demonstrate that supply managers' concerns with risk emanating from suppliers and the supply market are positively related to supply disruption occurrence. We further show how and when implementing flexibility and redundancy may reduce the effects of supply disruptions. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

Author-supplied keywords

  • BUSINESS enterprises
  • BUSINESS logistics
  • EXECUTIVES
  • Empirical research
  • GERMANY
  • INDUSTRIAL management
  • Multiple moderated regression analysis
  • SUPPLY chain management
  • Supply chain resiliency
  • Supply disruptions
  • UNITED States

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Authors

  • George a. Zsidisin

  • Stephan M. Wagner

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