Modelling the Digital Supply Chain enablers using TISM and MICMAC approach
The purpose of this article is to select digital supply chain enablers (DSCEs) to find its contextual relationship for successful digital supply chain (DSC) implementation. Total interpretative structural modelling (TISM) is used to develop the relationship among selected DSCEs. The findings of TISM are worked for the Matriced Impacts Croises Multiplication Appliqueeaun Classement (MICMAC) approach to identify the driving and dependence power of DSCEs. This paper identified 10 DSCEs and developed an integrated model using TISM and the FMICMAC approach. The model is used to recognize and organize the important enablers and show the direct and indirect relationship and effects of each enabler on the DSC implementation.