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The Relationship Between Firm Resilience to Supply Chain Disruptions and Firm Innovation

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This chapter discusses the relationship between supply chain disruption risk management and innovation management and examines whether a firm’s investment in innovation can improve the firm’s resilience to supply chain disruption. We review the antecedents of both firm innovativeness and firm resilience to supply chain disruptions , and we identify how investment in innovation can enhance a firm’s response to supply chain disruptions using a systematic literature review process. We identify leadership , information sharing, and collaboration as practices that improve both firm innovation and firm resilience to supply chain disruption. We discuss future research directions to further examine the relationship between a firm’s innovation capability and the firm’s resilience to supply chain disruptions .

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This research is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) under Grant number 123887 (Research Initiation Award: Understanding Risks and Disruptions in Supply Chains and their Effect on Firm and Supply Chain Performance).

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Parast, M.M., Sabahi, S., Kamalahmadi, M. (2019). The Relationship Between Firm Resilience to Supply Chain Disruptions and Firm Innovation. In: Zsidisin, G., Henke, M. (eds) Revisiting Supply Chain Risk. Springer Series in Supply Chain Management, vol 7. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-03813-7_17

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