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Dr Sercan Edinsel
ORCID: 0000-0003-2831-7504

Dr Sercan Edinsel
PhD, he works as a senior human resources manager in the Turkish Armed Forces. His research interests include human resource management and strategic human resource management.


DOI: 10.33226/1231-2037.2022.7.2
JEL: M10, M12, M15

This study is aimed to explain the relationship between Human Resource Management (HRM) capabilities and Supply Chain Performance in the textile and apparel industry and to determine the mediating role of Process Innovation (PI), which improves supply chain processes in this relationship. Two research models were introduced in the study. Hypotheses belonging to research models have been developed. Structural equation modelling was applied to test the hypotheses. The sample area of the research consists of textile and apparel companies operating in Turkey. The research level is at the executive level. HRM capabilities significantly affect SC performance in the textile and apparel industry. In addition, it was concluded that PI has a full mediating effect on the HRM-SC performance relationship. It has been determined that PI applications contribute to increasing efficiency in supply chain management processes and performance and support the development of HRM capabilities.

Keywords: supply chain process innovation; supply chain performance; human resources management; mediating effect