Digital Transformation in Supply Chain Management: A Bibliometric Analysis

Jorge Naranjo Perez, Lihong Zhang, Xirong Li

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Abstract

This paper will discuss the current state, barriers, and potential opportunities that small and medium-sized enterprises face in an ever-changing need for sustainable innovation in manufacturing industrial processes. A scientometric literature review has been conducted to have a solid understanding of green manufacturing systems, specifically on developing businesses which may lack intellectual capital, resources and technology as opposed to multinational settled corporations. This literature review will also examine potential advantages, drawbacks, and solutions for those SMEs who adopt these sustainable and green manufacturing practices. The employment of the software CiteSpace has aided delivering this methodology and obtain a bigger picture of the prevailing scientific literature that is currently available. The key findings reveal a range of challenges faced by SMEs depending on their geographical positioning. However, a step-by-step approach beginning with the implementation of cost-efficient management techniques and advancing towards investments in green technologies can facilitate this transition.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2024
EventCARMA - International Conference on Advanced Research Methods and Analytics - , Spain
Duration: 26 Jun 2024 → …

Conference

ConferenceCARMA - International Conference on Advanced Research Methods and Analytics
Country/TerritorySpain
Period26/06/24 → …

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