Over the past twenty years Supply Chain Management (SCM) has exploded as both an academic field of study and a critical competency for success in the modern business landscape. From its original conceptualizations Marketing has been seen as a core component of SCM. However, in recent years Marketing appears to play a smaller and smaller role in SCM theory and practice. This paper discusses the evolution of the SCM concept and its relationship with the marketing discipline, and offers a series of questions to guide future research in exploring these trends.
Rutner, Stephen M. Ph.D. and Shepherd, Charles David Ph.D.
"Is Marketing Still Part of Supply Chain Management, and Should Marketing Academics and Practitioners Care?,"
Atlantic Marketing Journal: Vol. 6:
1, Article 8.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/amj/vol6/iss1/8