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Title: Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) in the Indonesian Manufacturing Companies: Survey from Manager's Perspectives
Authors: Vanany, Iwan 
Zailani, Suhaiza 
Rusdiansyah, Ahmad 
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
Source: Iwan Vanany, Suhaiza Zailani, Ahmad Rusdiansyah (2007) Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) in the Indonesian Manufacturing Companies: Survey from Manager's Perspectives.
Conference: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Operations and Supply Chain Management 
Abstract: In the context of Indonesian manufacturing companies,the implementation of supply chain risk management(SCRM) is considered relative immature, or in otherwords, it is still in the phase of initiation. This paper usedexploratory study methodology to explore the phase ofinitiation in Indonesian manufacturing companies context.There are three main objectives of this paper. Firstly, is toconfirm the urgency of needs of SCRM in the Indonesianmanufacturing companies. Secondly, is to identify thepractices of SCRM. Finally, it is to explore the source ofsupply chain risk. These three objectives were achievedthrough survey methods and interview semi-structureddone with several operation managers. Findings from thisresearch, indicate that most of questionnaires andinterviewed managers believe that the implementation ofSCRM is important to be implemented as it can reducecost, reduce the lost of profit, and obtained fulfill order/demand within unpredictable condition after disruption.They also claimed that the information sharing,collaborative relationship and corporate socialresponsibility are the significant practices for SCRMimplementation. Lastly, they stressed that the inbound andoutbound sources of the risks need to be studied seriouslyas they can disrupt the operations of supply chainoperation in the companies.
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