Support for IPDI, SUPI and CUSI having positive direct effects on manufacturing efficiency is presented throughout this paper.
Support for IPDI, SUPI and CUSI having positive direct benefits for MA was presented previously.
Therefore, several paths in Figure 2 support IPDI, SUPI and CUSI having overall beneficial impacts on DS.
Accordingly, several paths in Figure 2 support IPDI, SUPI and CUSI each having an overall beneficial impact on OP.
The means and standard deviations given for SUPI, CUSI and ME are those for their single indicators.
Hypothesis H1 is not completely supported due to the direct paths (and thus total effects) from SUPI and CUSI to ME not being significant.
The LISREL coefficients next to the direct paths in Figure 3 indicate that those from IPDI to SUPI and CUSI, 0.
The direct paths from manufacturing efficiency, manufacturing agility and delivery service to OP are all significant, as are the total effects of IPDI, SUPI and CUSI on organizational performance.