Women leadership has gathered momentum and is gaining acceptance. Women are equally competent in performing their roles and responsibilities as men. However, in the field of Supply Chain Management (SCM), the incidence of women leadership is relatively low. This conceptual paper attempts to address this inconsistency. The paper outlines the evolution of SCM and the challenges of Supply Chain (SC) leaders; particularly, how women as SC leaders can tackle challenges and enhance the overall performance of the Supply Chain. A conceptual model for women leadership in SCM has been proposed and the direction for future research has been laid out.
|Journal||International Journal of Economic Research|