An Integrative approach to supply chain disruption risk and resilience management: a literature review
A fundamental question in supply chain resilience is identifying its antecedents and investigating the relative importance of each antecedent in improving resilience to supply chain disruptions. In this paper, a comprehensive systematic literature review is conducted to assess the impact of each of the most widely known practices to enhance resilience (flexibility, agility, redundancy, and collaboration) on mitigating each type of supply chain disruption (demand, supply, process, control, and environmental disruptions). The literature review found that collaboration has been identified by the literature as the most important strategy to cope with control disruptions, and flexibility has been identified by the literature as the most important strategy to cope with demand, supply, process, and environmental disruptions. A framework is then developed for identifying the appropriate antecedents in improving resilience to different types of supply chain disruptions.