Medición de la resiliencia en la cadena de suministros, en una nueva teoria del negocio

Jorge Vargas Florez, Domingo González Álvarez, Christian Cornejo Sánchez
2015 Proceedings of the 13th Latin American and Caribbean Conference for Engineering and Technology Engineering Education Facing the Grand Challenges What Are We Doing?   unpublished
The uncertainty of the global economy, political and social instability, the proliferation of the use of new technologies, climate change and the scarcity of resources, including current crisis, generated a complex scenario in business performance, traditional models are obsolete and are not able to ensure sustainability and competitiveness of organizations. Resilience is defined as the ability to recover a system after being exposed to a disturbing event (eg exposure to a natural disaster or
more » ... rrorist attack, the lack of supply of raw materials and the rising price of resources unexpectedly, among others), it is proposed as a capacity in the supply chain to enable better address the current unstable business environment. There are two categories of indicators it arises to ensure state control of resilience in the supply chain; those exogenous value (reactivity, flexibility, agility, efficiency and effectiveness) and those of endogenous value operations (quality of organizational culture).
doi:10.18687/laccei2015.1.1.074 fatcat:5mzyqtjzevgi7ar4g7jf6mujpi