This study aims to investigate the impact of cross-functional coordination (cross-functional system, process and team coordination) on customer coordination (customer strategic and operational coordination) and operational performance. Following the lens of information processing theory (IPT), this study examines the diverse mechanisms of cross-functional coordination practices in enhancing firms' information processing capabilities (IPCs) to cope with the higher information processing demands resulting from customer coordination, finally improving operational performance.
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Project sponsorChina Postdoctoral Science Foundation
National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC)