The role of innovation capability and operation capability in logistics performance of transport firms: a conceptual framework

Wang, M, Jie, F and Abareshi, A 2015, 'The role of innovation capability and operation capability in logistics performance of transport firms: a conceptual framework', in Proceedings of the 9th Asia Academy of Management (AAOM) and 8th Taiwan Academy of Mangement (TAOM) Joint Conference, Hong Kong, 22-24 June 2015, pp. 39-52.


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Title The role of innovation capability and operation capability in logistics performance of transport firms: a conceptual framework
Author(s) Wang, M
Jie, F
Abareshi, A
Year 2015
Conference name AAOM 2015: Innovation for and from Asian Emerging Markets
Conference location Hong Kong
Conference dates 22-24 June 2015
Proceedings title Proceedings of the 9th Asia Academy of Management (AAOM) and 8th Taiwan Academy of Mangement (TAOM) Joint Conference
Publisher The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Place of publication Hong Kong
Start page 39
End page 52
Total pages 14
Abstract The purpose of the paper is to develop a conceptual framework of the role of innovation capability, operation capability and logistics performance in the transport firms. Based on resource-based view, capability plays a vital role in a firm to generate competitive advantages. This is important for achieving better performance results. Further, innovation capability is one of the dynamic capabilities, which can be deployed to extend, modify or create the ordinary capability in a firm. And operation capability in logistics is critical for transport firms to deliver value and service to customers. This paper, therefore, gives an attempt to develop a conceptual framework for investigating the relationships among innovation capability, operation capability and logistics performance. This may reveal how logistics performance is influenced by both innovation capability and operation capability. This has important implications for both managers and academics. In addition, it provides an insight into strategic management and innovation management.
Subjects Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Keyword(s) Innovation capability
Operation capability
Logistics performance
Resource-based view
Dynamic capability
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