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2019 | nr 8 | 29--39
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How to Measure the Supplier Involvement?

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Jak zmierzyć praktykę włączania dostawców w rozwój produktów?
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Firmy ukierunkowują dziś swoje działania na zwiększanie stopnia integracji w łańcuchu dostaw. W związku z tym, coraz więcej przedsiębiorstw decyduje się na realizowanie wspólnych projektów razem ze swoimi bezpośrednimi partnerami gospodarczymi. Jednym z przykładów takich projektów jest rozwój produktów z dostawcami (ang. Supplier Involvement, SI). Celem artykułu jest zaprezentowanie ram kompleksowego pomiaru włączania dostawców w rozwój produktów w oparciu o systematyczny przegląd literatury. Badanie objęło 126 artykułów opublikowanych pomiędzy 1989 a 2018 rokiem w trzech znanych międzynarodowych bazach czasopism. Rezultaty pogłębionej analizy poprzednich, zarówno ilościowych jak i jakościowych, badań pozwoliły na opracowanie kompleksowego podejścia do pomiaru SI. Składa się on z trzech konstruktów, którymi są: "stopień włączenia dostawcy w rozwój produktu", "partnerstwo w procesie rozwoju produktu" oraz "komunikacja podczas rozwoju produktu". Wszystkie trzy konstrukty wyrażone zostały dwudziestoma sześcioma zmiennymi. Zaproponowany pomiar może być wykorzystywany w przyszłych badaniach ilościowych, których przedmiotem są nie tylko projekty o tematyce rozwijania produktów w relacjach z dostawcami, ale także projekty o innej tematyce prowadzone z pozostałym interesariuszami. Artykuł napisany został w ramach realizowanego projektu o numerze 2016/21/B/HS4/00665, pt. "Elastyczność w relacjach z dostawcami a rodzaje współpracy dostawca-nabywca w zakresie rozwijania produktów na rynku B2B", który uzyskał finansowanie z Narodowego Centrum Nauki. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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Increasing a degree of supply chain integration is a common strategy today. Therefore, more and more companies decide to implement joint projects with their first tier suppliers. One of the examples of such projects is the joint product development. The purpose of this paper is to present a comprehensive framework of the measurement of supplier involvement (SI) in product development based on the systematic literature review. SLR covered 126 papers published between 1989 and August 2018 in three databases of well-known journal publishers. The results of in-depth analysis of previous quantitative and qualitative research allowed to develop the proposition of supplier involvement measurement. It consists of three constructs, which are: 'degree of supplier involvement', 'partnership in product development process' and 'communication during product development'. They are all expressed with the twenty six different items. The developed SI measurement approach can be used for quantitative research on NPD or other projects implemented in cooperation with suppliers as well as different business partners. The paper is a result of the project "Flexibility in relationships with suppliers in terms of supplier-purchaser models of cooperation on product development in the B2B market", no. 2016/21/B/HS4/00665, that is financed by the National Science Centre (NCN) in Poland. (original abstract)
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