Two main problems have been emerging in supply chain management: the increasing pressure to reduce working capital and the growing variety of products. Most of the popular indicators have been developed based on a controlled environment. A new indicator is now proposed, based on the uncertainty of the demand, the flexibility of the supply chains, the evolution of the products lifecycle and the fulfillment of a required service level. The model to support the indicator will be developed within the real options approach.
|Date of creation:||08 Jun 2010|
|Publication status:||Published in 17th international annual euroma conference. Book of abstracts Managing Operations in Service Economies (2010): pp. 72-72|
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