3 edition of Architecting Fail-Safe Supply Networks found in the catalog.
|Statement||Taylor & Francis Group|
|Publishers||Taylor & Francis Group|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 106 p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
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How will customer behaviors change? The Covid-19 crisis has drawn a bright line under the need for redundancy and real-time intelligence in times of disruption. At the same time, leaders must grapple with a longer-term question: How should we retool our supply chain to protect against shocks while staying competitive on cost and value? Managers can select the best operational management strategies for their supply networks considering variations in supply and demand and identify the best network restoration strategies.
This study models the resiliency of a supply chain network by integrating geospatial data with critical supply chain elements and graph theory. Is it most important that their mission-critical parts are always in stock?
Quick delivery, lean operations and a widely distributed footprint have been the top priorities. Mistree and Allen co-direct the Systems Realizations Laboratory at OU, which focuses on collaborative research in intelligent decision-based realizations of complex social systems.
In this Architecting Fail-Safe Supply Networks, I will show that to have a structurally fail-safe supply network, its topology should be robust against disruptions by positioning mitigation strategies and be resilient in executing these strategies. Contacts came from widely varying distances as close as Norman, and as far abroad as Belgium. For private equity firms, helping them zero in will be critical to creating value as the Covid-19 crisis runs its course.
Plus the data we get from the thermostats could help us target customers for energy efficiency programs, helping us provide energy assistance to those who need it most. Ultimately, this work is aimed at educating strategic engineers.
"Failure of infrastructure elements due to an extreme event adversely affects the supply chain networks in any urban environment. "Decision Point" focuses on the individual officer in the middle of each situation, while making it clear that the broader culture and traditions of the agency play a major role in helping the officer make the right decision. A geographic information system GIS is constructed from data extracted or derived from The National Map of the U. The competition encourages new amateur radio operators that have earned their license within the previous three years to engage in antenna, propagation, and digital mode studies.
But then the company made an initial investment in digital forecasting tools that offered predictive analytics capabilities. First Online 08 November 2017• Making it work demands a full understanding of the investment required and the cost trade-offs with offshore production.
The start-up challenge Starting up after a prolonged shutdown involves decisions and rapid execution from one end of the supply chain to the other.
146k Downloads Part of the book series STBE Abstract This chapter is devoted to risk management in the supply chain.
Shoring up their supply chains and shielding them against future shocks will challenge leaders to strike a new equilibrium between efficiency and reliability see Figure 1.