Integrating performance and risk aspects of supply chain design processes
M Gloet, D Samson
Production Planning & Control | Taylor & Francis | Published : 2018
Supply chain design is a complex and relatively poorly structured process, involving choosing many decisional parameters and it usually requires consideration of numerous sources of uncertainty. Many conventional processes of supply chain design involve taking a deterministic approach, using point estimates, on important measures of supply chain effectiveness such as cost, quality, delivery reliability and service levels. Supply chain disruptions are often separately considered as risks, both in the research literature and in practice, meaning that a purely traditional risk management and risk minimization approach is taken. We have developed and applied an approach that combines the intelle..View full abstract
Awarded by Australian Government through the Australian Research Council
"This research was partially funded by the Australian Government through the Australian Research Council. IH120100053 'Unlocking the Food Value Chain: Australian industry transformation for ASEAN markets'.