Weaving Small Industry Management Strategy through an Integrative Supply Chain Approach

Finny Redjeki, Adang Djatnika Effendy, Eri Novari, Mubarok, Nanang Suparman

This study explains conceptually about strategies that use the Integrative Supply Chain System (RPI) approach of corporate management in the midst of hyper-fierce competition in this global era. RPI is an approach taken by the company through integrated partnerships between suppliers, customers and other supply chain members. The application of the RPI concept through empirical research on woven Small and Medium Industries (IKM) in Tasikmalaya Regency, West Java. IKM is a form of business activity that is not only limited to the trading business, but there are activities of the production process with the application of technology, simple organizational management, and collaboration with other parties. This study aims to analyze the influence of three aspects of the advantages of corporate social capital which include aspects of relational capital, structural capital, and cognitive capital on integrative supply chains. The research method is explanatory research which is to explain the causal relationship and hypothesis testing. Data were collected from managers of woven SMIs as many as 200 respondents. The results showed that corporate social capital influences the integrative supply chain.

Volume 12 | Issue 2

Pages: 2582-2587

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I2/S20201306