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Supply‐chain re‐engineering using enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems: an analysis of a SAP R/3 implementation case

Majed Al‐Mashari, Mohamed Zairi
2000 International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management  
The development of enterprise resource planning (ERP) packages has created an opportunity to re-engineer supply chains within and beyond the organizational scope.  ...  IT-enabled re-engineering is an important approach used to achieve dramatic improvement in supply chain (Supply Chain Council, 1997) .  ...  A recent survey of more than 300 supply chain-related executives found that 92 per cent of those questioned were planning to implement one or more supply chain initiatives in 1999 (Bradley, 1999) .  ... 
doi:10.1108/09600030010326064 fatcat:cqsoy6ttqrbsdh6lcopfcp3nue

Understanding the Organizational Impact of Radio Frequency Identification Technology: A Holistic View

Xihui Zhang, David W. . Nickels, Thomas F. Stafford
2010 Pacific Asia Journal of the Association for Information Systems  
The adoption and deployment of radio frequency identification technology (RFID) in retail supply chains results in an influx of data, supporting the development of better information and increased knowledge  ...  This paper provides an introduction to RFID technology and surveys a variety of its applications, then examines and discusses the impact of RFID technology on organizational IT infrastructure, business  ...  But poorly considered deployment could result in cascading issues generated from organizational and infrastructural challenges that may tax IT capabilities.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1pais.02202 fatcat:owe47f5ydrg43meayjiezs7zly

Antecedents and dimensions of supply chain robustness: a systematic literature review

Christian F. Durach, Andreas Wieland, Jose A.D. Machuca, Professor Maria Jesus Saenz, Dr Xenophon Koufteros
2015 International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management  
and is thus willing to support its supply chain partners.  ...  Proposition 6a: Supply chains with increased relative bargaining power of s ingle nodes can be detrimental for inter-organizational robustness if the powerful node is not willing to sup port its supply  ...  and uncertain in its implementation" (ibid., p. 835).  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijpdlm-05-2013-0133 fatcat:h7rppsi5ing6lmpnqtb6d3ubyu

Watts at Stake?: Protecting North America's energy infrastructure from cascading failure and terrorist threats

Alexander Szumilas, Bryce Swerhun, Jeannette Lye
2011 Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management  
A key consideration underlying the analysis is that NAT and HRO are not mutually exclusive; it is within both theories to suggest that redundancy and organizational learning are essential for the operation  ...  Due to rising consumption, electrical infrastructure has grown in size and complexity. This has allowed for an increased vulnerability of the infrastructure.  ...  : Protecting North America's Energy Infrastructure From Cascading Failure And Terrorist Threats 4 contaminate the food chain, a proponent of NAT would, at the very least, advocate a costbenefit analysis  ... 
doi:10.5931/djim.v7i2.66 fatcat:yvbr5l4ctbddbfoqj3sur55zbm

Integrated assessment of operations strategy

Stanisław Strzelczak
2018 Scientific Papers of Silesian University of Technology. Organization and Management Series  
Traditional approach to operations strategy uses a unilateral perspective: it solely focuses on a business or a company point of view; but supply chains provide evidence of shared and collaborative strategies  ...  It is mostly explained by non-integral and inconsistent assessment. Therefore an integrated framework for assessment was conceptualized to eliminate the reported dysfunctionalities.  ...  The former may vary from organizational units, through supply chains, to the production ecosystems. The latter is typically bound in time. Sometimes it is punctual.  ... 
doi:10.29119/1641-3466.2018.116.7 fatcat:yekdkiyetndzrmfpjg5tfditzy

The Etiology of Formation and Reacting Way to a Change in the Supply Chain

Marek Kasperek, Monika Odlanicka-Poczobutt
2021 EUROPEAN RESEARCH STUDIES JOURNAL  
The sample consisted of companies conducting business in international supply chains and cooperation with logistics operators, including 4PL.  ...  Purpose: The aim of this article was to determine the etiological factors of changes occurring in supply chains and to diagnose the reactions to these factors.  ...  Change in the international supply chain is permanent, which means that it cannot be predicted or eliminated.  ... 
doi:10.35808/ersj/2165 fatcat:kewj7m75czbkxn6sb3ucfmzqze

Outsourcing in Healthcare through Process Modularization – A Lean Perspective

Cristina Machado Guimarães, José Crespo de Carvalho
2012 International Journal of Engineering Business Management  
Additionally, it also provides new insights to the concept of modularity in services settings in a complex service as healthcare.  ...  In order to understand how healthcare organizations find the best value equation combining internal and external resources in a modular service conception, a case study on a start-up Long-term Care unit  ...  In this cascade service architecture the separation of the supply chain part that is pulled directly by the end customer where variability asks for agility and effectiveness, from the upstream supply chain  ... 
doi:10.5772/51886 fatcat:jtaueqvbzvgx5cpmorav3xlcza

Modern Measures of Risk Reduction in Industrial Processes

Jan Maciej Kościelny, Michał Syfert, Bartłomiej Fajdek
2019 Journal of Automation, Mobile Robotics & Intelligent Systems  
There are described: advisory diagnostic systems, fault tolerant control systems, process simulators for operators training and IT systems supporting safety.  ...  A simple example comparing the operation of alarm and diagnostic systems as well as the example of the fault tolerant control system of the level in the drum boiler in sugar factory are given.  ...  /National Centre for Research and Development in the years 2014-2016 in the field of research and development.  ... 
doi:10.14313/jamris_1-2019/3 fatcat:e4fmnlrjmffn3mo5onf44rynzi

Report On Challenges For Scis

Gerald Walther, Milos Jovanović, Maike Vollmer, Gerard Desmond, Amrita Choudhary, Zoltán Székely, Johan Sanne, Peter Klimek, Dmitrij Bezrukov, Raija Koivisto, Riitta Molarius, I. Mascari (+16 others)
2017 Zenodo  
Each individual matrix block was discussed by subject experts who identified specific challenges and implications for each matrix element and rated its relevance (high, medium, low).  ...  Overall, the most important singular element was to understand risks in the organizational/business dimension. The least importance was attributed to the adapt/learn phase.  ...  It is necessary to implement actions to adapt the organization to new situations and prevent the recurrence of such an event. Also, elimination of 'blind spots' in the system is crucial.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.438644 fatcat:mido7xwnrnhcbokjjuubpnso4e

A 200-MHz 64-bit Dual-Issue CMOS Microprocessor

Daniel W. Dobberpuhl, Richard T. Witek, Randy L. Allmon, Robert Anglin, David Bertucci, Sharon M. Britton, Linda Chao, Robert A. Conrad, Daniel E. Dever, Bruce Gieseke, Soha Hassoun, Gregory W. Hoeppner (+11 others)
1992 Digital technical journal of Digital Equipment Corporation  
Fully pipelined and capable of issuing two instructions per clock cycle, this implementation can execute up to 400 million operations per second.  ...  The chip implements a new 64-bit architecture, designed to provide a huge linear address space and to be devoid of bottlenecks that would impede highly concurrent implementations.  ...  A 200-MHz 64-bit Dual-issue CMOS Microprocessor Carry chain width was chosen to implement a byte compare function specified by the architecture.  ... 
dblp:journals/dtj/DobberpuhlWAABBCCDGHHKLLMMMMPRSS92 fatcat:7stblq65tzabfajo3o443uuygy

Procurement Strategies in Multi-Layered Supply Chains [chapter]

Roland Bardy, Andreas Hillebr
2011 Supply Chain Management - New Perspectives  
Inter-organizational cost management systems, in this way, contribute to several supply chain management issues: (1) they provide support for the implementation of inter-organizational teams, (2) they  ...  Transferring the ABC method into the processes and collaborative activities of a supply chain would mainly lead to optimization through analyzing process structures, identifying and eliminating redundant  ...  Since supply chain is the network of organizations that are involved in moving materials, documents and information through on their journey from initial suppliers to final customers, it encompasses a  ... 
doi:10.5772/18640 fatcat:clrvgrk4rrgydh6ry34pajscx4

Cyberphysical Security Through Resiliency: A Systems-centric Approach [article]

Cody Fleming, Carl Elks, Georgios Bakirtzis, Stephen C. Adams, Bryan Carter, Peter A. Beling, Barry Horowitz
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Cyber-physical systems (CPS) are often defended in the same manner as information technology (IT) systems -- by using perimeter security. Multiple factors make such defenses insufficient for CPS.  ...  We argue that such methods and theory should assist stakeholders in deciding where and how to apply design patterns for resilience.  ...  They are also vulnerable to supply chain and insider attacks [8] .  ... 
arXiv:2011.14469v2 fatcat:trxetlh3nbg7lbbghuasro6fo4

Cyberphysical Security Through Resiliency: A Systems-Centric Approach

Cody H Fleming, Carl Elks, Georgios Bakirtzis, Stephen Adams, Bryan Carter, Peter Beling, Barry Horowitz
2021 Computer  
Cyberphysical systems require resiliency techniques for defense, and multicriteria resiliency problems need an approach that evaluates systems for current threats and potential design solutions.  ...  A systemsoriented view of cyberphysical security, termed Mission Aware, is proposed based on a holistic understanding of mission goals, system dynamics, and risk.  ...  However, if a supply chain attack successfully embeds a Trojan horse onto the controller, then redundancy is not sufficient.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2020.3039491 fatcat:ruxoyahdffhpjdwmbzamnjt254

Safety barriers: Research advances and new thoughts on theory, engineering and management

Yiliu Liu
2020 Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries  
Then, project and process management, human and organizational factors, and standardization and compliance management of safety barriers are summarized.  ...  In the engineering section, the research advances are presented in accordance with design for reliability and safety, test and maintenance strategies, responses to dependent failures, and diagnosis and  ...  events 1 and 2), and cascading failures (as B6 in Fig. 1 to prevent the cascade from the hazardous event 1 to 2).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jlp.2020.104260 fatcat:swiwmlfp2ff4bkugkhh7yn2c4a

Circular Economy Business Models in the SME Sector

Katarzyna Brendzel-Skowera
2021 Sustainability  
This article presents the results of research aimed at assessing the organizational maturity of enterprises in terms of implementing the principles of circular economy.  ...  The most frequently implemented models are: circular raw materials, recovery of raw materials, modification and repair.  ...  Optimize increasing the efficiency of a given product, eliminating waste in the production and supply chain at all stages of the cycle.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13137059 fatcat:soodcp7cwfe7dgqfvv6larh3xy
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