Title: "The Impact of Perceived Environmental Uncertainty, Supply Chain Performance, and Integrated Domestic Economy : Plywood Manufacturer in Indonesia"

DOI: 10.15224/ 978-1-63248-058-3-57
Page(s): 26 - 30


In the past few years, Indonesia is the largest exporter of plywood, the binding constraint in this case that Indonesia exploits neither advantages of being large resources country nor its dynamics competitive supply chain and ability to adapt with perceived environmental uncertainty. This study investigates whether perceived environmental uncertainty within supply chain performance affect intregated domestic economy. Predictable variables can be part of basis to solve integrated domestic economy and that variables can be considered by plywood manufacturer in Indonesia to respond to environmental uncertainty and supply chain itself. In this study, plywood manufacturer has been investigated as research samples, that its have SNI ISO 2426.2:2008. Multivariate analytical technique has been chosen with Warp PLS 3.0 and all samples have met the criteria composite reliability and cronbach’s alpha. The study finds both of supply chain performance and perceived environmental uncertainty as predictor latent variables have positive impact, but supply chain performance had large effect sizes value explained, that supply chain performance plays an important role in improving practical perspective integrated domestic economy of plywood manufacturer in Indonesia and offer as one of a government or corporate attention to set regulations and to manage plywood supply chain policy.