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|Type:||Artigo de evento|
|Title:||Leagile - The New Framework For The Supply Chain Management|
|Abstract:||The global economy and growing demand have been pushing companies to meet new ways to acquire distinctive competences to respond to customer demands. In a general sense, competition no longer can be defined as something between companies but supply chains and networks of firms. The paradigm involving lean and agile creates a virtually brand new management framework. The leagile framework allows firms and networks to shape an appropriate profile to face successfully the volatility of markets and fight to gain competitive advantages. It is particularly important in the cases of firms exploiting markets in terms of cost, quality, response time and service level where the client seeks for better responsiveness to meet their demands. This paper aims to present and propose the profile of a leagile supply chain. It was obtained as a result of a deep review on several contributions from academics, followed by a survey of specialists who cooperate in the formation of the concept itself.|
|Editor:||Institute of Industrial Engineers|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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