The Resource Advances in integrated and sustainable supply chain planning : concepts, methods, tools and solution approaches toward a platform for industrial practice, José Miguel Laínez-Aguirre, Luis Puigjaner

Advances in integrated and sustainable supply chain planning : concepts, methods, tools and solution approaches toward a platform for industrial practice, José Miguel Laínez-Aguirre, Luis Puigjaner

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Advances in integrated and sustainable supply chain planning : concepts, methods, tools and solution approaches toward a platform for industrial practice
Title
Advances in integrated and sustainable supply chain planning
Title remainder
concepts, methods, tools and solution approaches toward a platform for industrial practice
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José Miguel Laínez-Aguirre, Luis Puigjaner
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eng
Summary
Decision making at the enterprise level often encompass not only production operations and ℗ product R & D, but other strategic functions such as financial planning and marketing. With the aim of maximizing growth and a firm's value, companies often focus on co-ordinating these functional components as well as traditional hierarchical decision levels. Understanding this interplay can enhance enterprise capabilities of adaptation and response to uncertainties arising from internal processes as well as the external environment. This book presents concepts, methods, tools and solutions based on ma
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Laínez-Aguirre, José Miguel
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658.5
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illustrations
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index present
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HD38.5
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
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Puigjaner, Luis
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  • Business logistics
  • BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • Business logistics
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Advances in integrated and sustainable supply chain planning : concepts, methods, tools and solution approaches toward a platform for industrial practice, José Miguel Laínez-Aguirre, Luis Puigjaner
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
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Contents
  • Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; Acronyms; Part I Overview; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Introductory Perspective and Motivation; 1.2 Supply Chain Management; 1.2.1 Integrated Supply Chain Management; 1.3 Supply Chain Modeling; 1.3.1 Organizational Structure; 1.3.2 Model Elements; 1.4 Research Scope and Objectives; 1.5 Modeling Methodologies and Tools; 1.5.1 Normative Approaches; 1.5.2 Descriptive Approaches; 1.5.3 Decision-Making Under Uncertainty; 1.6 Literature Review; 1.6.1 Classical Approaches; 1.6.2 Integrated Approaches; 1.7 Book Outline
  • Part II Business Functional Integration inStrategic Decision-Making2 Financial Issues in the Design of Supply Chains; 2.1 Integrating Process Operations and Finances; 2.2 Problem Statement; 2.3 Mathematical Formulation: A Holistic Model; 2.3.1 Design -- Planning Formulation; 2.3.2 Integration Between Models; 2.3.3 Financial Formulation; 2.3.4 Objective Function: Using a Valuation Method; 2.4 Motivating Example; 2.5 Final Considerations; 2.6 Notation; 3 Synchronizing Supply Chain and Product Development Decisions; 3.1 The Significance of Product Development and SC Coordination
  • 3.2 Problem Statement3.3 Mathematical Formulation; 3.3.1 Product Pipeline Management; 3.3.2 Design and Planning Model; 3.3.3 Integration of Product Pipeline Management and SC Operations; 3.3.4 Financial Management; 3.4 Motivating Example; 3.5 Decomposition Technique; 3.6 Final Considerations; 3.7 Notation; 4 Linking Marketing and Supply Chain Planning Models; 4.1 The SC Operations and Marketing Interface; 4.2 Problem Statement; 4.3 Mathematical Formulation; 4.3.1 Strategic Marketing Modeling; 4.3.2 The SC Design-Planning Model; 4.3.3 The Financial Formulation; 4.3.4 Integration Between Models
  • 4.4 Motivating Example4.5 Final Considerations; 4.6 Notation; Part III Operations Strategic and Tactical Issues; 5 Flexible Design -- Planning of Supply Chain Networks; 5.1 Flexible Supply Chain Design and Planning; 5.2 Problem Statement; 5.3 Mathematical Formulation; 5.3.1 Design and Planning Model; 5.3.2 Performance Indicator; 5.4 Examples; 5.4.1 Illustrative Example; 5.4.2 Case Study; 5.5 Final Considerations; 5.6 Notation; 6 Integrated Operations and Environmental Planning; 6.1 Green Supply Chain Management; 6.2 Problem Statement; 6.3 Mathematical Formulation
  • 6.3.1 Supply Chain Design-Planning Model6.3.2 Environmental Model; 6.3.3 Economic Model; 6.4 Case Study; 6.4.1 CO2 Emission Trading Considerations; 6.5 Final Considerations; 6.6 Notation; Part IV Treatment of Uncertainty; 7 Capturing Dynamics in Integrated Supply Chain Planning; 7.1 Managing Dynamics in the Integrated Planning of the SC; 7.2 Problem Statement; 7.3 The Predictive Model: A Multistage Stochastic Approach; 7.3.1 Scenario Tree; 7.3.2 MILP Model; 7.4 Scenario Generation: The Forecasting Module; 7.5 Control Strategy: A Joint Framework; 7.6 Motivating Example
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1 online resource (xx, 309 pages)
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9783319102207
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illustrations
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  • (OCoLC)894553991
  • (OCoLC)ocn894553991
Label
Advances in integrated and sustainable supply chain planning : concepts, methods, tools and solution approaches toward a platform for industrial practice, José Miguel Laínez-Aguirre, Luis Puigjaner
Link
https://ezproxy.lib.ou.edu/login?url=http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-319-10220-7
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; Acronyms; Part I Overview; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Introductory Perspective and Motivation; 1.2 Supply Chain Management; 1.2.1 Integrated Supply Chain Management; 1.3 Supply Chain Modeling; 1.3.1 Organizational Structure; 1.3.2 Model Elements; 1.4 Research Scope and Objectives; 1.5 Modeling Methodologies and Tools; 1.5.1 Normative Approaches; 1.5.2 Descriptive Approaches; 1.5.3 Decision-Making Under Uncertainty; 1.6 Literature Review; 1.6.1 Classical Approaches; 1.6.2 Integrated Approaches; 1.7 Book Outline
  • Part II Business Functional Integration inStrategic Decision-Making2 Financial Issues in the Design of Supply Chains; 2.1 Integrating Process Operations and Finances; 2.2 Problem Statement; 2.3 Mathematical Formulation: A Holistic Model; 2.3.1 Design -- Planning Formulation; 2.3.2 Integration Between Models; 2.3.3 Financial Formulation; 2.3.4 Objective Function: Using a Valuation Method; 2.4 Motivating Example; 2.5 Final Considerations; 2.6 Notation; 3 Synchronizing Supply Chain and Product Development Decisions; 3.1 The Significance of Product Development and SC Coordination
  • 3.2 Problem Statement3.3 Mathematical Formulation; 3.3.1 Product Pipeline Management; 3.3.2 Design and Planning Model; 3.3.3 Integration of Product Pipeline Management and SC Operations; 3.3.4 Financial Management; 3.4 Motivating Example; 3.5 Decomposition Technique; 3.6 Final Considerations; 3.7 Notation; 4 Linking Marketing and Supply Chain Planning Models; 4.1 The SC Operations and Marketing Interface; 4.2 Problem Statement; 4.3 Mathematical Formulation; 4.3.1 Strategic Marketing Modeling; 4.3.2 The SC Design-Planning Model; 4.3.3 The Financial Formulation; 4.3.4 Integration Between Models
  • 4.4 Motivating Example4.5 Final Considerations; 4.6 Notation; Part III Operations Strategic and Tactical Issues; 5 Flexible Design -- Planning of Supply Chain Networks; 5.1 Flexible Supply Chain Design and Planning; 5.2 Problem Statement; 5.3 Mathematical Formulation; 5.3.1 Design and Planning Model; 5.3.2 Performance Indicator; 5.4 Examples; 5.4.1 Illustrative Example; 5.4.2 Case Study; 5.5 Final Considerations; 5.6 Notation; 6 Integrated Operations and Environmental Planning; 6.1 Green Supply Chain Management; 6.2 Problem Statement; 6.3 Mathematical Formulation
  • 6.3.1 Supply Chain Design-Planning Model6.3.2 Environmental Model; 6.3.3 Economic Model; 6.4 Case Study; 6.4.1 CO2 Emission Trading Considerations; 6.5 Final Considerations; 6.6 Notation; Part IV Treatment of Uncertainty; 7 Capturing Dynamics in Integrated Supply Chain Planning; 7.1 Managing Dynamics in the Integrated Planning of the SC; 7.2 Problem Statement; 7.3 The Predictive Model: A Multistage Stochastic Approach; 7.3.1 Scenario Tree; 7.3.2 MILP Model; 7.4 Scenario Generation: The Forecasting Module; 7.5 Control Strategy: A Joint Framework; 7.6 Motivating Example
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xx, 309 pages)
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unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319102207
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
SpringerLink
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
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Sound
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Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)894553991
  • (OCoLC)ocn894553991

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