The SCQM model is an integrated quality management system, a combination of strategic management, quality management, and project management.
SCQM involves changes in the structure, context (culture, values, and political system) and processes of an organisation.
Successful SCQM implementation requires employees' support.
It is important to analyse how SCQM implementation affects employees.
The SCQM model was implemented in a public hospital using participatory action research.
The findings also reveal that leadership is necessary for SCQM effectiveness because it is directly related to strategic planning, human resource management, supplier management, and customer focus.
This study attempted to examine direct and indirect relationships between SCQM and performance.
We measure SCQM efficiency considering each buyer and supplier and analyze their effect on the supply chain by grouping buyer and supplier, thereby contributing to the existing researches by reflecting both buyer's and supplier's positions in SCQM efficiency.
This paper is organized as follows: Section 1 explores the research purpose; Section 2 reviews recent literature on SCQM, key aspects of SCQM, and efficiency of SCQM; Section 3 provides a description of the method, input and output selection, and data collection; Section 4 presents the analysis of results; and Section 5 summarizes our findings and describes theoretical and practical implications of study.
SCQM. For SCQM competence, all supply chain members should be improved; thus, collaboration between companies is required [6,12].
Several scholars have developed and empirically verified the SCQM aspects to assess the SCQM performance.
Key Aspects of SCQM. Foster  insisted to explore the key aspects and their effects on firm's performance to enrich the research fields on SCQM.