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Record number 534123
Title "Actionable" critical success factors for supply chain information system implementations : Exploratory findings from four German pork supply chains
Author(s) Denolf, Janne M.; Trienekens, Jacques H.; Nel Wognum, P.M.; Schütz, Verena; Vorst, Jack G.A.J. Van Der; Onno Omta, S.W.F.
Source International Journal on Food System Dynamics 9 (2018)1. - ISSN 1869-6945 - p. 79 - 100.
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.18461/ijfsd.v9i1.916
Department(s) Management Studies
WASS
SSG Management (WUMW)Directie
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2018
Keyword(s) Actionable csfs (actions) - Critical success factors - Food sector - Pork supply chains - Supply chain information systems
Abstract Implementing a supply chain information system (SCIS) incurs organizational and technical complexities. For managing these complexities, information system researchers have identified generic critical success factors. However, CSFs are abstract and, therefore, difficult to use in practice. To maximize the chances of successfully implementing a SCIS in the food industry, we aim to identify "actions" linked to CSFs. We, consequently, investigated four German pork supply chains that implemented a SCIS. Fourteen critical success factors were made "actionable"; most actions were identified for the CSFs "manage change and deliver training" and "select standards, vendor, and software package", indicating their relative importance.
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