Supply chain evolution and supply chain capability planning methodologies: A review and gap identification

Abstract : Market conditions and supply chains have been under constant changes. Uncertainty has increased, and visibility has decreased, putting companies in a fluctuating environment where they struggle to survive. Several planning methodologies have been created in an attempt to prepare supply chains for the long-term. This paper denotes the most significant changes in the evolution of supply chains and explores some supply chain capability planning methodologies, proposes characteristics that should exist in today's supply chains to optimally perform and contrasts them with the approaches, identifying the gaps between them.
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Diana Pinon, Raphaël Oger, Matthieu Lauras. Supply chain evolution and supply chain capability planning methodologies: A review and gap identification. ILS 2018 - 7th International Conference on Information Systems, Logistics and Supply Chain, Jun 2018, Lyon, France. ⟨hal-01886020⟩

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