Abstract:Many companies make considerable efforts in implementing supply chain management (SCM) systems to increase their competitiveness. However, how to select an adequate SCM project remains a major concern. This study presents a comprehensive framework with three main phases to select an adequate SCM project that incorporates the strategies and operating routines of a supply chain, including strategic objective analysis phase, system analysis phase, and group decision-making phase. Fuzzy set theory is adopted to resolve the ambiguities involved in assessing SCM alternatives and aggregating the linguistic evaluations. The proposed framework can facilitate the complex SCM selection process and consolidate efforts to enhance group decision-making process. A real case demonstrates the effectiveness of applying the proposed framework.