Adapting the SCOR Model to Suit the Different Scenarios: A Literature Review & Research Agenda

Fasika Bete Georgise, Klaus-Dieter Thoben, Marcus Seifert

Abstract


The importance of the supply chain modeling and improving has long been recognized as one of competitiveness
strategy in scientific research. However, most of the performed work has focused on designing supply chain
modeling and improving in developed countries with fewer concerns for their partners in developing countries.
The manufacturing industry in developing countries has experienced fierce competition for their product and
consequently, a loss of market share. The Supply-Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) provides a standard
description of supply chain processes, performance metrics, best practice and enabling technologies. It offers a
comprehensive methodology to improve supply chain operations. It is designed by the Supply-Chain Council
(SCC). It is widely acknowledged as the quasi–industry standard for supply chain management. This paper
presents a literature review of published material so far relating to SCOR model adaptation. The results of SCOR
model adaptation for six different application works are reviewed & discussed for future research.


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