Additionally, leaning into the foundational literature of the cluster on contractual agreements might add value in some distinct cases. The activities can be done together or separately, but usually the fence between activities is fluid and dynamic. Av. The strategic benefits of logistics alliances. Monahan (1984) develops a mathematical model which considers quantity discounts for a higher order lot size which then results in reduced set up, ordering and inventory carrying costs for a supplier. New York: Wiley. In M. Freitag, H. Kotzab & J. Pannek (Eds. A good rule of thumb is that the better the relationships between the members, the better the results of the cooperation. Cooperation in supply chains: alliance formatin and profit allocation among independent firms. In H. Corsten, R. Gössinger & T. S. Spengler (Eds. The intellectual structure of consumer research: a bibliometric study of author cocitations in the first 15 years of the journal of consumer research. [ Links ], Smith, L. C. (1981). Thus, this approach is understood as a specific method to study an academic field, its development and utilization of knowledge (see e.g. ), Quantitative Models for Supply Chain Management (International Series in Operations Research & Management Science, pp. First, our analysis is based on the citation structure of one journal, which we considered as one particular research domain. 1. Cooperation, that is mere willingness of individuals to help each other, cannot serve as a satisfactory substitute for coordination. Contracting to assure supply: how to share demand forecasts in a supply chain. We further use El Omri’s definition of (supply chain) cooperation which is given, when supply chain partners start to work together in order to achieve common goals (El Omri, 2009). International Journal of Production Research, 37(11), 2463-2475. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/002075499190617. Çetinkaya & Lee (2000) hold a kind of outlier position in this group, however as they present a model for coordinating replenishment and shipment scheduling decisions in a vendor-managed inventory setting we included them in this group. Managing channel profits. Often a cooperation is an entirely passive contribution to achieving your goals, yet sometimes, a mandatory requirement or prerequisite. [ Links ], Zupic, I., & Čater, T. (2015). As such bibliometric studies are seen as a very useful step before starting a literature review as they map a research field without a subjective bias (see Zupic & Čater, 2015). (1990). The main contribution however is the presentation of a model that helps to quantitatively assess the required mechanisms for supply chain coordination. (1985). Journal of Business Logistics, 21(1), 49-73. [ Links ], Banerjee, A. After having discussed our search strategies with other peer researchers, we revised our search strategy by adapting our search terms for cooperation, coordination and collaboration to ‘collabo*’, ‘coordi*’ and ‘cooper*’ as we were then able to identify our constructs not only in noun form but also as verbal expressions or as adjectives. Journal of Business Logistics, 27(2), 129-161. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/j.2158-1592.2006.tb00220.x. Relationship specific assets are an important way to increase the collaboration of two or more supply chain partners (Son, 2004); 5. Factor analysis of the 47 most-cited publications in research on CCC; loadings higher than 0.5 are indicated. After this theoretical clarification, we are interested to distinguish the fundamentals of CCC within production economic related research. [ Links ], Ellram, L. M., & Cooper, M. C. (1990). Collaboration–are 2 or more people working to achieve a common goal. It is a good read and worth taking a look. Cooperation: to work jointly with others or together especially in an intellectual endeavor . Co-operation refers to the collective efforts of people who associate voluntarily to achieve specified objectives. Of special interest to me was the chapter on “forging nonprofit peer networks.” Foundations are constantly urging nonprofits to “collaborate” but there is rarely a plan or purpose beyond the point of collaboration. Journal Quality List (57th ed.). Recently, Burke et al. Giannoccaro & Pontrandolfo (2004) suggest a model of a supply chain contract with which central and local decision approaches can be coordinated. Mapping research on logistics and supply chain coordination, cooperation and collaboration. The key points are that it is not through individual effort, something new is created, and that the glue is the shared vision. As such, bibliometric studies can provide increased objectivity in literature reviews (Zupic & Čater, 2015). Supply-chain strategy: organizational influence through supplier alliances. The book distinguishes between partnering, which it calls cooperation, and collaborating, which it defines as loose coordination. Afterwards we present and discuss the results of our study. MSN Encarta . Journal of Business Logistics, 31(2), 63-109. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/j.2158-1592.2010.tb00143.x. Organizational Research Methods, 18(3), 429-472. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1094428114562629. New York: Wiley. International Journal of Physical Distribution & Materials Management, 15(1), 22-38. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/eb014601. (2008) see discounts as part of contracts, our results suggested to distinguish this part of supply chain coordination into two groups (supply chain coordination through contractual agreements and by price policy and quantity discounts). We also see in this cluster various combinations of co-authors, reflecting an interactive publishing community. Cooperation: Independent goals with agreements not to interfere with each other. European Journal of Operational Research, 129(2), 277-286. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0377-2217(00)00225-3. Industrial dynamics. Sloan Management Review, 38, 93-102. (2008) or Mentzer et al. Furthermore, we ignored the year of publication for book citations, which ensured that references made to books with multiple editions were not discriminated. In fact, there are many learners of English language who mistakenly used these words interchangeably as if they were synonyms. According to Göpfert (2016, p. 80-81) cooperation is thus defined as the purpose to achieve the best possible goal objectives between individual organizations and suborganizations. ), Supply chain management: design, coordination and operation (pp. There’s a Difference Between Cooperation and Collaboration ... One of the biggest mistakes that managers make is trying to foster what we might call “serial collaboration”, i.e. The term ‘intellectual foundation’ refers to those papers, monographs or other contributions to a discipline’s knowledge which significantly impacted subsequent research and related methodology. Supply chain cooperation in industrial districts: a simulation analysis. A table comparing and contrasting the “three Cs” of ways of working together: cooperation, coordination and collaboration. On the difference between cooperation and collaboration: the roots of each word offer hints. [ Links ], Lal, R., & Staelin, R. (1984). [ Links ], Parkhe, A. (2011). This integration is based on different levels of interaction of the involved firms ranging from harmonizing or synchronising activities (= coordination) to working together as equal partners (= cooperation) and even acting as one single entity (= collaboration). Coordination: the act of making all the people involved in a plan or activity work together in an organized way . Supply chain members coordinate their activities by specific incentives which are determined by the contract partners. Any division of this sample would have led to very low case numbers. The paper by Donohue (2000) shows how the coordination between forecast information and two-stage production decisions can be used to develop supplier contracts. Defining supply chain management. IIE Transactions, 33(5), 371-384. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07408170108936836. (1986). (2016). so as to enable them to work together effectively while corporation is working together to achieve a common goal. Difference between Coordination and Cooperation 1) Depth of Coordination and Cooperation Coordination includes a deeper level of connection and communication between the members of a group, while cooperation is voluntary and can be achieved with a level of communication that is much shallower. The quantity flexibility contract and supplier-customer incentives. We describe and discuss in this section the results of our citation and co-citation analysis based on 10,381 citations made in 278 articles, which are dealing with CCC and were published in IJPE between 1998 and 2013. (2004). Library Trends, 30, 83-106. This is a rather unique situation compared to the other four clusters shown in this research documentation. Using them interchangeably can result in confusion and obscure team problems. International Journal of Production Economics, 115(2), 316-335. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpe.2008.05.011. References. Management Science, 47(5), 693-708. http://dx.doi.org/10.1287/mnsc.47.5.693.10484. International Journal of Production Economics, 133(1), 70-79. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpe.2010.06.015. [ Links ], Jeuland, A. P., & Shugan, S. M. (1983). Supply chain coordination with contracts. Coordination though describes the harmonisation of business processes, which must be mutually adjusted in order to achieve goal objectives efficiently (Göpfert, 2016). Coordination, cooperation and collaboration in logistics and supply chains: a bibliometric analysis. Cachon & Lariviere (2005) continue here and introduce how manufacturers and their customers can coordinate their supply chains via a revenue sharing contract. [ Links ], Ding, H., Guo, B., & Liu, Z. B. [ Links ], Kotzab, H., & Biedermann, L. (2018). [ Links ], Kruskal, J. Both words refer to aspects of working together with others, but there are key differences. The 47 most-cited publications on CCC research, 1998-2013. Finally, whenever supply chain actors start to share responsibility of exchanging common supply chain management measures which makes them appear as one single entity and allow them to achieve higher profitability as compared to as acting alone, we define this as collaboration (Cao et al., 2010; Min et al., 2005). We usually see three different types of team activities: coordination, cooperation, and true collaboration. (1982). According to Zupic & Čater (2015, p. 430) bibliometric studies differ from literature reviews by its “[…] quantitative approach for the description, evaluation, and monitoring of published research”, which means they examine the literature which is used to write a paper (see e.g. This also allows a statement on the methodological understanding of CCC research in IJPE which is more modelling than empirical. Coordination and cooperation are two related concepts but not exactly same. Based on these articles, our sampling process started by obtaining the bibliographic information of all cited documents as provided in BSC’s ‘cited references’ feature that lists all documents referred to in the reference section of an article. The difference between cooperation and collaboration when to use each approach – Collaboration is similar to cooperation but takes it to a higher level with active participation of all the members in collaboration. [ Links ], Goyal, S. K. (1988). [ Links ], Tirole, J. [ Links ], Smith, D. R. (2009). Hence, IJPE authors citing publications in this cluster lean on a variance of foundational research. Taking all this into account, it is becoming obvious that the interchangeable use of ‘coordination’, ‘cooperation’ and ‘collaboration’ in a supply chain context cannot be supported, as the degree of the supply chain partnership intensity drives the level of exchange activity between supply chain members. Cooperation: to work jointly with others or together especially in an intellectual endeavor . As we are going to show in our methodological section, IJPE showed the highest number of hits when it came to our literature search. Die strategische bedeutung des supply chain managements. Any other number would affect the clarity of the representation and the goodness of fit. Management Science, 28, 425-438. Supply chain management coordination mechanisms. CA = absolute number of citations received; CR = relative number of citations received based on 47 most cited works. Measuring the effect of supply chain collaborations and market turbulence on performance outcomes. A closer look at our sample shows that a large share of these articles deals with supply chain coordination issues which proofs the major interest in this particular area within supply chain research. (2010), Lindquist & Smith (2009), Ramos-Rodríguez & Ruíz-Navarro (2004) or Smith (2009), we continued with our work by focusing on IJPE as this journal had by far the most hits in our search. Here’s the difference: Collaboration is a coordinated, synchronous activity that is the result of a continued attempt to construct and maintain a shared conception of a problem. In a first step, we collected articles published in peer-reviewed academic journals which dealt with CCC. IJPE authors seem to acknowledge these in 1997 and 2000 published papers, almost all published in Management Science, one in Sloan Management Review. In case this information was not available we were obtaining this information manually. [ Links ], Garfield, E. (1979). New York: Free Press. Information sharing and profit allotment based on supply chain cooperation. It asks the question whether quantity discounts can be used as coordination mechanism. Coordination, on the contrary is the deliberate unity of action in the pursuit of a common purpose. Supply chain coordination by information sharing. Consequently, our sample extended to 278 articles that dealt more or less with cooperation, collaboration and/or coordination in a supply chain, logistics or operations setting. Coordination, cooperation and collaboration in logistics and supply chains: a bibliometric analysis ... management research community uses the terms in an ambiguous manner and that there is a need for a clear distinction between coordination, cooperation and collaboration. Based on our assessment we grouped them into five themes, visualized by circles and summarized them into categories as listed in Table 3. Journal of Management Information Systems, 9(2), 9-28. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07421222.1992.11517956. If well-structured, such systems increase the frequency of contact and consequently positively affect the partnership performance (Heide & Miner, 1992); 4. The definitions of these terms is often fuzzy. 4.2.6. Online collaboration. In order to solve these problems, the authors propose alternative performance measurement schemes. The evolution of research on information systems: a fiftieth-year survey of the literature in management science. Key Difference: Collaboration is the act of working together. Arcs of integration: an international study of supply chain strategies. At GuideStar, partnerships have been critical to our success. (2012) understands supply chain collaboration as an important driver for supply chain strategy which has a positive influence on the operational and relational outcomes which affect firm performance positively. The sizes of the points indicate the absolute citation frequency and the distance of the documents indicates similarity or dissimilarity of the citation profile. The intellectual foundation on CCC in IJPE. Collaboration, on the other hand, was perceived by the respondents to mean something far better than cooperation. However, while Kaur et al. [ Links ], McCain, K. W. (1990). [ Links ], Lee, H. L., Padmanabhan, V., & Whang, S. (1997b). New York: Springer. Channel coordination and quantity discounts. However, it may also be that other papers were not able yet to reach the required impact in terms of citation frequency. The main difference between coordination and cooperation is that the word coordination refers to the organization of different elements (people, objects, groups etc.) [ Links ], Cachon, G. P., & Fisher, M. (2000). (1950). Collaboration is when two of more people/corporations are literally working with each other. [ Links ], Cao, M., Vonderembse, M. A., Zhang, Q., & Ragu-Nathan, T. S. (2010). (Level of) information exchange: This allows the connection between IT and business relationships. An integrated inventory model for a single supplier-single customer problem. Since our study only provides a snapshot, we hope that comparable studies will be carried out regularly in the future in order to keep track of the evolution of research in this field. A. (2001) built upon the notions of Jeuland & Shugan (1983) as well as Tirole (1988) and examine coordination mechanisms in a specific distribution channel setting (one supplier – multiple retailers) by using a so-called non-traditional discount pricing scheme that regards a retailer’s annual sales volume, order quantity and order frequency. Collaboration is a synchronized and coordinated activity in which the participants continuously try to develop and sustain the solution of the problem shared between them. Harzing.com. The thematic focus of this group is on coordination of inventory between actors in a supply chain. All papers are central when it comes to the notions of information sharing as well as the bullwhip effect. Taking all these into account we further understand CCC as an expression of different levels of supply chain partnerships which Son (2004) evaluates on following five intensity levels: 1. 233-268). International Journal of Production Economics, 143(2), 316-326. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpe.2012.01.002. Integrating the supply chain. However, these two words should not be used interchangeably as they do not mean the same. Supply chain coordination with price policy and quantity discounts. Garfield, 1979; or Baier-Fuentes et al., 2019). The key difference between coordination and cooperation lies in the fact that coordination refers to running down a series of activities in an arrayed manner to achieve the unanimity of individual efforts in the pursuance of group goals and accomplishment of common objectives. Information technology and industrial cooperation: the changing economics of coordination and ownership. International Journal of Production Research, 48(22), 6613-6635. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00207540903349039. 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