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  • Tan, Albert; Chanchaichujit, Janya (2016-10-05)
    The main objective of this research is to answer the following research question “How should a company design their reverse logistics network in a more efficient or responsive way?” In this research, a conceptual ...
  • Perez-Franco, Roberto (2016-09-09)
    Purpose. The purpose of this paper is two-fold: first, to propose a framework that can be used to represent a supply chain strategy for a business unit in a clear and actionable manner; second, to propose a method that can ...
  • Steeneck, Daniel; Eng-Larsson, Fredrik; Jauffred, Francisco (2016-10-21)
    We present a procedure for estimating demand for substitutable products when the inventory record is unreliable and only validated infrequently and irregularly. The procedure uses a structural model of demand and inventory ...
  • Asad, Ata; Manish, Shukla; Mahender, Singh (2017-02-14)
    This research work is built upon case studies from Malaysia and India and surveys conducted on the supply and demand of SME finance in Malaysia. Addressing SMEs’ needs for finance, it is assessed that formal financial ...
  • Phadnis, Shardul (2017-05-26)
    Management and technology experts believe that the internet of things (IoT) has the potential to radically transform today’s supply chains. Several practice-focused publications describe various ways in which IoT capabilities ...
  • Perez-Franco, Roberto (2016-09-09)
    This note explores the applicability of evaluation criteria to the problem of evaluating the supply chain strategy of an organization. A discussion of supply chain strategy evaluation is relevant today, as the validity of ...
  • Perez-Franco, Roberto; Phadnis, Shardul; Caplice, Chris; Sheffi, Yossi (2016-03-07)
    Changes to the strategy, context or environment of a business unit may necessitate a revision of its supply chain strategy. However, rethinking a supply chain strategy is not an easy problem, and has no clear answer in the ...
  • Perez-Franco, Roberto (2016-04-10)
    Rethinking a supply chain strategy is not a trivial problem. Supply chains tend to be rather complex entities, and the act of thinking strategically about them, what we call supply chain 'strategizing', reflects this ...
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