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論文名稱 供應商與製造商之留神覺知對於供應鏈可靠度之影響
(The Influence of Supplier-Manufacturer Mindfulness on Supply Chain Reliability)
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摘要(中) 在競爭日益激烈的全球市場中,供應鏈管理(Supply Chain Management, SCM)是旨在提高生產力、效率、靈活性和響應能力的任何戰略目標的關鍵部分。供應鏈中的組織極易受到意外事件的影響;然而,企業可以通過提升「留神覺知(mindfulness)」來減少錯誤發生的可能性,即使發生錯誤,在其損害擴大之前也能即時做出適當的處理。許多企業一直採用跨組織資訊系統來加強供應鏈中的資訊共享和協調,目的是降低問題發生的可能性並增強供應鏈可靠性。儘管如此,供應商整合、跨組織留神覺知和供應鏈可靠性之間的關係尚未完全闡明。本研究的目的是確定供應商整合是否會增加製造商與供應商之間的跨組織留神覺知,以及跨組織留神覺知和供應商整合是否有助於提高供應鏈的可靠性。
在本研究中,我們收集了來自台灣前1000大製造業的數據以測試我們的假設。結果顯示,供應商整合與跨組織留神覺知有著顯著的正向關係。此外,本研究還確定跨組織留神覺知與供應鏈可靠性正向相關。最後,研究結果也闡明了供應商整合和跨組織留神覺知的影響,提供了供應鏈可靠性的實際意義。
摘要(英) Supply chain management (SCM) is a critical component of any strategy aimed at increasing productivity, efficiency, flexibility, and responsiveness, particularly in the increasingly competitive global markets. Organizations within a supply chain are highly vulnerable to unexpected events; however, firms can reduce the likelihood of making mistakes and errors can be properly processed before the damage is expanded by enhancing the sense of “mindfulness.” Many firms have been adopting inter-organizational systems to enhance information sharing and coordination in the supply chain with the aim of reducing the likelihood of mistakes and enhancing supply chain reliability. Nonetheless, the relationships among supplier integration, interfirm mindfulness, and supply chain reliability have yet to be fully elucidated. Our objective is to determine whether supplier integration increases interfirm mindfulness between a firm and suppliers and whether interfirm mindfulness and supplier integration both contribute to supply chain reliability.
In this study, we collected survey data from the top 1000 Taiwanese manufacturing firms to test our hypotheses. Our results revealed that supplier integration is positively associated with interfirm mindfulness. We also showed that interfirm mindfulness is positively associated with supply chain reliability. Our results elucidate the influence of supplier integration and interfirm mindfulness on supply chain reliability, delivering theoretical and practical implications.
關鍵字(中) ★ 供應鏈
★ 留神覺知
★ 可靠性
★ 跨組織
關鍵字(英) ★ Interfirm Mindfulness
★ Supply Chain
★ Reliability
論文目次 摘要 i
Abstract ii
1. Introduction 1
1.1 Research Background and Motivations 1
1.2 Research Objectives and Questions 5
2. Literature Review 6
2.1 Mindfulness 6
2.2 Individual Mindfulness 6
2.3 Organizational Mindfulness 7
2.3.1 Preoccupation with Failure 8
2.3.2 Reluctance to Simplify Interpretations 9
2.3.3 Sensitivity to Operations 9
2.3.4 Commitment to Resilience 10
2.3.5 Deference to Expertise 10
2.4 Supply Chain Integration 10
2.4.1 Supplier Integration 11
2.5 Supply Chain Reliability 13
3. Research Model and Hypotheses 14
3.1 Research Framework 14
3.2 Effect of Supplier Integration on Interfirm Mindfulness 14
3.2.1 Supplier Integration and Preoccupation with Failure 15
3.2.2 Supplier Integration and Reluctance to Simplify Interpretations 15
3.2.3 Supplier Integration and Sensitivity to Operations 16
3.2.4 Supplier Integration and Commitment to Resilience 16
3.2.5 Supplier Integration and Deference to Expertise 17
3.3 Effect of Interfirm Mindfulness on Supply Chain Reliability 17
3.3.1 Preoccupation with Failure and Supply Chain Reliability 18
3.3.2 Reluctance to Simplify Interpretation and Supply Chain Reliability 18
3.3.3 Sensitivity to Operations and Supply Chain Reliability 19
3.3.4 Commitment to Resilience and Supply Chain Reliability 19
3.3.5 Deference to Expertise and Supply Chain Reliability 20
3.4 Effect of Supplier Integration on Supply Chain Reliability 20
4. Research Methodology 22
4.1 Sample Selection and Data Collection 22
4.2 Operationalization of Constructs 22
4.2.1 Supplier Integration 23
4.2.2 Interfirm Mindfulness 24
4.2.3 Supply Chain Reliability 28
4.3 Control Variables 29
4.4 Research Procedures 29
5. Data Analysis and Results 30
5.1 Sample Characteristics 30
5.2 Measurement Model 34
5.2.1 The Examination of Second-Order Constructs 34
5.2.2 Reliability and Validity 37
5.3 Structural Model 40
5.3.1 Robustness Analysis 40
5.3.2 PLS Results of Hypotheses Testing 41
6. Conclusions 43
6.1 Findings and Discussions 43
6.2 Implications and Future Research 44
6.3 Limitations 45
References 47
Appendix Questionnaire 53
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List of Figures
Figure 2.1 A Mindful Infrastructure for High Reliability 7
Figure 3.1 The Research Model 14
Figure 5.1 The Formative and Reflective Model 34
Figure 5.2 PLS Results for Research Model 42

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List of Tables
Table 4.1 Description of Construct Measurement 23
Table 4.2 Measurement Items of Supplier Integration 24
Table 4.3 Measurement Items of Interfirm Mindfulness 25
Table 4.4 Measurement Items of Supply Chain Reliability 29
Table 5.1 Characteristics of Respondents (N=106) 31
Table 5.2 Characteristics of Companies (N=106) 32
Table 5.3 The Values of Five Dimensions of Mindfulness 35
Table 5.4 The Values of Five Dimensions of Mindfulness (adjusted) 36
Table 5.5 Hierarchical Measurement Model Results 36
Table 5.6 Cross-Loadings of Measurement Items 38
Table 5.7 Correlation Matrix and Reliability Scores 40
Table 5.8 PLS Results of Hypotheses Testing 41
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