Unanticipated procurement costs due to changes in input factors’ market prices and exchange rates are an increasing issue for manufacturers. A popular strategy is transferring these price increases to the supply chain. Based on 12 interviews and a follow-up study, we identified the main enablers for manufacturers to do so.
|State||Published - 2015|
|Event||Production and Operations Management (POMS) 26th Annual Conference - Washington D.C., United States|
|Conference||Production and Operations Management (POMS) 26th Annual Conference|
|Period||2015/05/08 → 2015/05/11|