Handbook of Management Scales/Information technology

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Information technology (alpha = 0.84)[edit | edit source]

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The authors identify key constructs related to supply chain management. Based on a systematic instrument develop process, they develop a set of reliable, valid, and unidimensional measurement scales.

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  • There are direct computer-to-computer links with key suppliers. (0.72)
  • Interorganizational coordination is achieved using electronic links. (0.72)
  • We use information technology-enabled transaction processing. (0.76)
  • We have electronic mailing capabilities with our key suppliers. (0.56)
  • We use electronic transfer of purchase orders, invoices and/or funds. (0.60)
  • We use advanced information systems to track and/or expedite shipments. (0.74)

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Some items might be formative rather than reflective.