Supply Chain as a Flexible System: A KM Focused Competence View Full Text


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2008-04

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Subhash Wadhwa, Yves Ducq, Avneet Saxena, Anuj Prakash

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Supply chains are increasingly needed to work with core competencies of a flexible system enriched with Knowledge Management (KM). An integrated decision making amongst autonomous chain partners focused on suitable knowledge sharing is required to derive superior operational performance from flexibility based core competency in supply chains. Evolving competitive challenges demand a time based competition and an increasing variety of customer needs. In this context, Knowledge Management (KM) can be used as an effective approach to achieve Decision Knowledge Sharing (DKS) leading to improved operational competence. Flexible Supply Chains (FSCs) are more complex and involve multiple autonomous players with varying technical cultures (affects knowledge mindsets), managerial background (affects decision knowledge) and SCM exposures (affects knowledge sharing attitudes). This includes the implementation of decision knowledge enriched supply chains by judicious use of information technology (IT). The development of knowledge based supply chain depends on the nature of knowledge flow in the entire chain. Timely sharing of decision knowledge amongst the chain partners can be very useful. However it requires change in managerial mindsets. Thus there is a need to develop demo models that can encourage chain managers towards greater collaborative-knowledge sharing in the supply chains. This paper presents the application of one such model based on decision knowledge sharing (DKS) for improved supply chain performance. By exploiting Decision Knowledge Sharing (DKS) and flexibility in supply chain structures better operational performance can be achieved. This paper presents a study on the role of different decision knowledge sharing options (i.e. no DKS, partial DKS and full DKS) in a flexible supply chain model based on key dynamic parameters and performance measures. DKS in flexible supply chains has significant potential and needs greater research attention. We attempt to advance the DKS in the context of flexible supply chains. A simulation model of a flexible supply chain based on DKS framework is developed for demo purposes. The key results are highlighted along with industry implications. Here each supply chain node involves decision-making. A seemingly good decision at a stage can be obtained based on local and global knowledge sharing. The cost based performance of alternative DKS with different levels of flexibility is studied. The observations are important for the designers and managers of the FSCs to arrive at appropriate levels of flexibility and judicious level of decision knowledge sharing to attain significant benefits towards operational competence. It is suggested that flexibility and KM are important core-competency that can improve operational performance in supply chains. More... »

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