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Title: Taxonomy in Logistics Management: a Resource-based Perspective
Authors: Kuo-Chung, Shang;Li-Fang, Sun
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:運輸科學系
Date: 2004
Issue Date: 2016-08-11T03:43:33Z
Publisher: International Journal of Management
Abstract: Abstract: A survey of 1,200 manufacturing firms in Taiwan was undertaken in order to examine taxonomy in logistics management, using the resource-based perspective and cluster analysis approach. Results showed that intensive logistics competency cluster, which had excellent logistic competencies in all four logistics competencies, had better logistics, market, and financial performance. The results demonstrated that logistics competencies should not exist in a vacuum, but should leverage each other to create sustained competitive advantage. The strategic role of logistics has not received attention because logistics is still largely viewed as a separate entity or its activities as operational or tactical functions. However, the logistics competency approach can be regarded as a key strategic resource for acquiring sustained competitive advantage when resources or competencies are valuable, scarce and difficult to imitate. Logistics competency approaches are valuable because they can help organisations gain the benefit of both value-added maximisation and cost minimisation.
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/38216
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