An Evaluation of the environmental factors for supply chain strategy decisions using grey systems and composite indicators
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Alfaro Saiz, Juan José; Bas Cerdá, María del Carmen; Giner Bosch, Vicent; Rodríguez Rodríguez, Raúl; Verdecho, María José
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The purpose of this work is to assess the importance of environmental factors in a supply chain with four partners as a preliminary step to select the competitive strategies and objectives. To achieve this purpose, a real case study was carried out in a footwear supply chain, in which two approaches were used: the grey system theory and uncertainty analysis tools for composite indicators. In order to validate both approaches, a seven-phase research methodology was developed and applied to our case study. In addition, the priorization of environmental factors was calculated individually for each partner. The results allow managers to establish the competitive strategy that best suits the prioritization of the most relevant factors and to define the most appropriate objectives where the supply chain should invest its efforts and resources.

    Alfaro Saiz, Juan José Bas Cerdá, María del Carmen Giner Bosch, Vicent Rodríguez Rodríguez, Raúl Verdecho, María José 2020 An Evaluation of the environmental factors for supply chain strategy decisions using grey systems and composite indicators Applied Mathematical Modelling
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apm.2019.10.048

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