Identify and Prioritize the Effective Factors SCM to Achieve World Class and Provide appropriate Solutions

Document Type : Original Article


1 Associate Professor, Shahid Beheshti University.

2 M.A, Management Organization industrial.


At first the specifications of the World Class Organization (WCO) which is the main subject, is studied in this research. Then we identified 14 effective factors (& 49 indicators) in sapco for achieving World Class supplier chain management. The next step is, prioritizing these factors in AHP approach via 1) questionnaire and interview with manager in various departments in sapco, 2) “even comparison” 14 factors to another. Number of factors with top priorities are leaders, business fundamental factors, staff, R&D, technology, Finally we Provide appropriate solutions (for the top factors) to achieve World Class supplier chain management through gap analysis between actual situation and WCSCM .


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