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Título: The impact of sales and operations planning practices on manufacturing operational performance
Autor: Thoméa, Antônio Márcio Tavares
Sousa, Rui
Carmo, Luiz Felipe Roris Rodriguez Scavarda do
Palavras-chave: Supply chain integration
Cross functional integration
Business planning
Survey
structural equation modelling
Data: 2014
Editora: Taylor & Francis
Citação: THOMÉA, António Márcio Tavares; SOUSA, Rui; CARMO, Luiz Felipe Roris Rodriguez Scavarda do - The impact of sales and operations planning practices on manufacturing operational performance. International Journal of Production Research. ISSN 1366-588X. Vol. 52 N.º. 7 (2014), p. 2108–2121
Resumo: There is a lack of rigorous empirical studies directly examining the impact of sales and operations planning (S&OP) practices on manufacturing operational performance. This paper aims to fill this gap by analysing a sample of 725 manufacturers from 34 countries. Hypotheses relate internal S&OP, integration with suppliers (IS) and integration with customers with manufacturing operational performance (delivery, quality and flexibility). The constructs were validated with structural equation modelling and the hypotheses were tested using multiple stepwise regression. Our findings showed a positive and moderate-to-large effect of internal S&OP on manufacturing performance, controlling for firm size, country economic development and market dynamics. There was no significant impact of supply chain integration on manufacturing performance. However, we found that IS positively moderated the relationship between internal S&OP and performance, suggesting that firms with mature IS amplify the effect of internal S&OP on performance. The study is among the first to empirically and rigorously establish the impacts of S&OP practices on manufacturing performance, using a large sample of manufacturers spanning different countries, markets and firm sizes. Results show that S&OP practices have a broad impact across several performance dimensions and are a powerful lever for generating manufacturing performance.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.14/14618
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