Authors: Wacław Szymanowski
Title: RULES FOR MODELLING AND REDESIGNING SUPPLY CHAINS
Keywords: Supply Chain Modeling, Supply Chain Redesign
Abstract: This paper's goal is description of modeling and designing terms for supply chains. The most efficient method is the application of the supply chain permanent improvement rule. This rule was defined 1993 by T. Davenport and based on the evolutionary approach to the redesigning/reengineering of economic processes. The application of this rule for planning purposes is facilitated by the W. Deming's PDCA (Plan-Do-Check-Act) rule adapted later by J.B. Ayers for supply chains design. The supply chain reengineering rules are executed in three stages: design concept stage, detailed design stage, execution stage. The paper's last part regards the selection of evaluation criteria for the supply chain variant chosen to be redesigned.
|MLA||Szymanowski, Wacław. "RULES FOR MODELLING AND REDESIGNING SUPPLY CHAINS." Logforum 2.3 (2006): 2.|
|APA||Wacław Szymanowski (2006). RULES FOR MODELLING AND REDESIGNING SUPPLY CHAINS. Logforum 2 (3), 2.|
|ISO 690||SZYMANOWSKI, Wacław. RULES FOR MODELLING AND REDESIGNING SUPPLY CHAINS. Logforum, 2006, 2.3: 2.|