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2019 | nr 4 (63) | 122--139
Tytuł artykułu

Supply Chain Redesign for Resilience - the Perspective of the Consequences of Disruption

Warianty tytułu
Przeprojektowanie łańcucha dostaw w celu zapewnienia odporności - perspektywa skutków zakłócenia
Języki publikacji
EN
Abstrakty
The purpose of this paper is to draw attention to the issue of "redesign" in the supply chain resilience concept as a way of dealing with the consequences of disruption. The article presents this issue in light of SCRES literature and survey results. The literature analysis allowed to identify key terminology (design, reconfiguration and redesign terms) and assign them to the specific phase of the disturbance. Additionally, the SCRES closed loop including five SCRES abilities is proposed. The newly added "ability to improve" is related to supply chain redesign in the post-disruption phase. As the survey results show, manufacturing companies take improvement actions to avoid similar disruptions in the future. For example, the researched enterprises "redesign a disrupted process's structure" the most often. The several hypotheses were confirmed. Additionally, the TBLR construct for the measuring the impact of the disruptions was confirmed.(abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
Celem artykułu jest zwrócenie uwagi na zagadnienie przeprojektowywania i rekonfiguracji łańcucha dostaw w koncepcji SCRES (Supply Chain Resilience). Artykuł prezentuje wyniki analizy literatury przedmiotu oraz badania ankietowego. Zidentyfikowano terminologię kluczową w badanym obszarze oraz przypisano ją do specyficznych faz zakłócenia. Zaproponowano też zamknięty cykl SCRES z pięcioma zdolnościami (abilities) zapewniającymi odporność łańcucha dostaw. Dodano w nim nową "zdolność do doskonalenia", związaną z przeprojektowywaniem struktury i zasobów łańcucha dostaw w fazie po wystąpieniu zakłócenia. Wyniki badania ankietowego pokazują, że przedsiębiorstwa produkcyjne podejmują działania doskonalące w celu uniknięcia podobnych zakłóceń w przyszłości. Działanie polegające na przeprojektowywaniu struktury zakłóconego procesu realizowane jest najczęściej. W badaniu postawiono kilka hipotez. Opracowano też nowy konstrukt mierzący wpływ zakłócenia na łańcuch dostaw.(original abstract)
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Numer
Strony
122--139
Opis fizyczny
Twórcy
  • University of Lodz, Faculty of Management, Poland
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