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Nikookar Hassan (Vaasa University of Applied Sciences, Finland), Takala Josu (Vaasa University of Applied Sciences, Finland), Sahebi Daniel (Vaasa University of Applied Sciences, Finland), Kantola Jussi (Vaasa University of Applied Sciences, Finland)
A Qualitative Approach for Assessing Resiliency in Supply Chains
Management and Production Engineering Review, 2014, vol. 5, nr 4, s. 36-45, rys., tab., bibliogr. 35 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Łańcuch dostaw, Zarządzanie łańcuchem dostaw, Wielokryterialne podejmowanie decyzji, Przemysł motoryzacyjny
Supply chain, Supply Chain Management (SCM), Multiple-criteria decision making, Automotive industry
The ultimate goal of this study is to develop a comprehensive and competitive management system to enhance resilience capability of supply chains. In addition, the study aims to identify and eliminate barriers affecting resilience by identifying the factors may cause trouble in the near future. The theoretical framework was established to summarize the significant finding in the area of resilient supply chain and as a guideline for the empirical part. A qualitative approach based on multi criteria decision making process has been adopted in order to gather data through in-depth interviews. The developed method to evaluate resilience capability through supply chains piloted in a sample of five companies involved in an automotive supply chain. (original abstract)
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