هماهنگی زنجیره تأمین در صنعت خودروسازی: رویکرد تئوری برخاسته از داده ها

نوع مقاله: مقاله پژوهشی

نویسندگان

1 استاد، دانشگاه تهران.

2 دانشیار، دانشگاه تهران.

چکیده

با توجه به گستردگی مفهونم پدیده هماهنگی به طور عام و در مباحث زنجیره تأمین به طور خاص، در این تحقیق سعی شده تا با تبیین ابعاد و اجزای هر بعد هماهنگی، به تعریف این پدیده پرداخته شود. محققین با به کارگیری رویکرد سه مرحله ای تئوری برخواسته از داده ها، با روشی استقرایی به مطالعه پدیده مورد نظر پرداخته و با حرکات زیگزاگی بین خبرگان صنعت خودروسازی و متون موجود، به کشف و صورت بندی و تعیین صحت و سقم آن از طریق جمع آوری نظام یافته و تحلیل داده های مربوط به پدیده هماهنگی در سطح شبکه تأمین خودروسازی پرداخته اند. محقق با الگوبرداری از الگوی پارادایمی، پدیده هماهنگی را در 5 بعد و 16 زیر بعد و 57 مشخصه طبقه بندی نموده است.

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