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Méthodologie et outil de diagnostic 4.0 : définir sa stratégie de transition 4.0 pour le management de la chaîne logistique

Abstract : Clients and supply chain managers express performance requirements to companies participating in their supply chain. To ensure an overall improvement in supply chain performance, the transition to 4.0 must encompass all of the involved stakeholders. With a view to facilitating the determination of the transformations required of companies, this article sets out to identify a strategy for optimising the overall supply chain in a manner consistent with each stakeholder’s resources. Based on deductive research, we propose the following: (1) a methodology for defining a relevant strategy for 4.0 transition of a supply chain; (2) a qualitative model for assessing the maturity of companies and their entire supply chain, in various areas characterising the 4.0 transformation; and (3) a decision-making tool, taking into consideration each stakeholder’s deviation from clients’ requirements, with a view to identifying and prioritising the development strategy to be followed for a transition to a 4.0 supply chain.
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Ioana Deniaud, François Marmier, Jean-Louis Michalak. Méthodologie et outil de diagnostic 4.0 : définir sa stratégie de transition 4.0 pour le management de la chaîne logistique. Logistique & Management, Taylor & Francis, 2020, 28 (1), pp.4-17. ⟨10.1080/12507970.2019.1693914⟩. ⟨hal-02905607⟩

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