Sarrah Chraibi

Sarrah Chraibi
Laboratoire interdisciplinaire de recherche en sciances de l'action · Paris

Doctor of Business Administration

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Introduction
My current research interests focus on topics related to public procurement of innovation, collaborative innovation in procurement and sustainable procurement. I use a qualitative research methodology.

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Publications (7)
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Reviewing procurement: a change management model based on action research by Tony Cragg, Sarrah Chraibi Abstract: This paper proposes an iterative model for the make or buy of procurement linked to organisational change management. In a multi-year action research case study, the researcher was part of the project team reviewing procurement at the...
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Abstract: This paper proposes an iterative model for the make or buy of procurement linked to organisational change management. In a multi-year action research case study, the researcher was part of the project team reviewing procurement at the French Railway company. Both the outsourcing of procurement, as a strategic activity of the firm and the...
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Although outsourcing has become a major trend since the beginning of the 21st century, it entails many risks and the possibility of failure. In this article, we define a model adapted to the outsourcing of purchasing activities that formalizes a process approach, by combining both pre-contractual and post-contractual views of outsourcing. The desig...
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Although outsourcing has become a major trend since the beginning of the 21st century, it entails many risks and the possibility of failure. In this article, we define a model adapted to the outsourcing of purchasing activities that formalizes a process approach, by combining both pre-contractual and post-contractual views of outsourcing. The desig...
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A great deal of attention has been paid to the performance of business networks in supply chain management, firms are collaborating more to develop long term business relationships. However, limited empirical evidence exists to validate a plural management model as a key success factor in a strategic supplier relationship. The purpose of this study...

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