1. Auflage 2019,
Band: 276, 332 Seiten, Gebunden, Book, Format (B × H): 157 mm x 242 mm, Gewicht: 690 g
Reihe: International Series in Operations Research & Management Science
Verlag: Springer, Berlin
Ivanov / Dolgui / Sokolov Handbook of Ripple Effects in the Supply Chain
Ripple effect describes the impact of a disruption propagation on supply chain performance, structural designs and operational parameters. The ripple effect manifests when the impact of a disruption cannot be localized and cascades along the supply chain. The resulting structural dynamics can lead to capacity and demand fulfilment downscaling and negatively influence the firm’s financial and operational performance. The book delineates major features of the ripple effect and methodologies to mitigate the adverse impact of supply chain disruption propagation and to recover in case of severe disruptions.
The book provides fresh insights for supply chain management and engineering regarding the following questions: - In what circumstance does one failure cause other failures? - Which structures of the supply chain are especially susceptible to the ripple effect? - What are the typical ripple effect scenarios and what are the most efficient ways to respond them?
Distinctive Features: • It considers ripple effect in the supply chain from an multi-disciplinary perspective• It offers an introduction to ripple effect mitigation and recovery policies in the framework of disruption risk management in supply chains for a broad audience• It integrates management and engineering perspectives on disruption risk management in the supply chain• It presents innovative optimization and simulation models for real-life management problems• It considers examples from both industrial and service supply chains• It reveals decision-making recommendations for tackling disruption risks in the supply chain in proactive and reactive domains.
Weitere Infos & Material
Chapter 1. Ripple Effect in the Supply Chain: Definitions, Frameworks and Future Research Perspectives.- Chapter 2. A Multi-Portfolio Approach to Integrated Risk-Averse Planning in Supply Chains under Disruption Risks.- Chapter 3. The rippling effect of nonlinearities.- Chapter 4. Systemic Risk and the Ripple Effect in the Supply Chain.- Chapter 5. Leadership for Mitigating Ripple Effects in Supply Chain Disruptions: A Paradoxical Role.- Chapter 6. A model of an integrated analytics decision support system for situational proactive con-trol of recovery processes in service-modularized supply chain.- Chapter 7. Bullwhip Effect of Multiple Products with Interdependent Product Demands.- Chapter 8. Performance impact analysis of disruption propagations in the supply chain.- Chapter 9. Ripple Effect Analysis of Two Stage Supply Chain using Probabilistic Graphical Model.- Chapter 10. Entropy-based analysis and quantification of supply chain recoverability.- Chapter 11. New Measures of Vulnerability within Supply Networks: A Comparison of Industries.- Chapter 12. Disruption tails and revival policies in the supply chain.- Chapter 13. Managing disruptions and the ripple effect in digital supply chains: empirical case studies.- Chapter 14. Resilience and Agility: The Crucial Properties of Humanitarian Supply Chain.- Chapter 15. Digital supply chain twins: Managing the Ripple effect, resilience and disruption risks by data-driven optimization, simulation, and visibility.