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ANALYSIS OF FACTORS AFFECTING THE BENEFITS OF DEMAND INFORMATION SHARING

Hyun-Woong Jin

Globalization increases the complexity of supply chain and companies are faced with competitive pressure and environmental uncertainties as well as increasing customer demand (Thomas & Esper, 2010). To satisfy the fluctuating customer demand and to make various players in a supply chain align with customer requirement, collaboration between the players based on the timely communication is required. Moreover, sharing important information such as customer demand and on-hand inventory level with other players is required to coordinate the players’ activities. With respect to the inventory management, various collaborative policies such as QR (Quick Response), ECR (Efficient Customer Response), VMI (Vendor Managed Inventory) and CPFR (Collaborative Planning, Forecasting and Replenishment) have been developed so as to overcome the limitation of standalone inventory management policies. These collaborative inventory management policies are based on the sharing of customer demand information between players in the supply chain.
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THE INTEGRATIVE MANAGEMENT MODEL FOR RESTRUCTURING SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES (SME)

Andrius Tamošiūnas

Restructuring processes are continuous in market economies. Technological progress, diffusion of innovations results in market disruptions and convergences. The latter create new markets and value networks, impact the scope and scale of consumption and related businesses changing the nature of competition and market dynamics. Such evolution affects all sectors of economic systems including processes of integration and globalization, causing enterprises to restructure in order to maintain or strengthen their market position.
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SUCCESS EVALUATION MODEL FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Radek Doskočil, Stanislav Škapa, Petra Olšová

The need for effective planning and management is on the increase along with the increasing complexity and laboriousness of making changes or creating new value. Project management is an ideal tool in this respect (Schwable,2011; Bočková et al., 2005). The risks associated with deadlines or budgets are extremely serious. Problems of project modelling and simulation are highly topical at the present time, because the application of project management principles is expanding into further areas – change management (Cummings et al., 2016; Yin-xiang, 2013), crisis management (Wimelius & Engberg, 2015), innovation management (Balkienė, 2013; Dudzevičiūtė & Tvaronavičienė, 2011; Grossmann, 2009), etc. – which have only very basic features of projects.
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SUPPLIER INVOLVEMENT IN NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY FROM THE SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY

Özalp Vayvay, Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha

For the last years, global competition has strengthened the significance of a company’s ability to introduce new products, while responding to increasingly dynamic markets with customers rapidly changing needs, and thus claiming for shortening the time required to design, develop and manufacture, as well as for cost reduction, increased reliability, quality improvement and sustainability. In this context, firms are implementing a wide variety of different techniques, management processes and development strategies in their quest for shorter development cycles and permanent business alignment with the market requirements (Cunha & Putnik, 2006).
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THE INFLUENCE OF TRUST ON COLLABORATIVE RELATIONSHIPS IN SUPPLY CHAINS

Sonja Mlaker Kac, Irena Gorenak, Vojko Potocan

Collaborative business relationships have been considered as very important in business and academic world. Supply chains are defined as a set of three or more organizations directly involved in (the upstream and downstream) flows of products, services, finances and/or information from a source to a customer and where all companies strive to achieve the same goal (Mintzberg et al., 1996). So, collaborative behavior is very important for supply chain management.
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A GREY MULTI-OBJECTIVE LINEAR MODEL TO FIND CRITICAL PATH OF A PROJECT BY USING TIME, COST, QUALITY AND RISK PARAMETERS

Hannan Amoozad Mahdiraji, Seyed Hossein Razavi Hajiagha, Shide Sadat Hashemi, Edmundas Kazimieras Zavadskas

In today’s highly competitive business environment, project management’s ability to schedule activities and monitor progress within strict cost, time and performance guidelines is becoming increasingly significant to attain competitive priorities such as on time delivery and customization (Chen, 2007).
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MULTICRITERIA DECISION-MAKING WEIGHTS AND A COMPETITIVE PRODUCT DESIGN

Filip Tošenovský

Competitive environments exist or can be created for a majority of human activities. This is true because human activity can usually be performed by more than one subject, and to incite subjects to being competitive, it suffices to compare results of their activity on the basis of selected criteria or features which characterize these results.
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Senior Managers and SMEs’ Propensity to Quality Improvement

Luís António Fonseca Mendes

More and more, researches carried out, over a number of countries, have been stressing the importance of quality improvement in firms’ overall performance, whatever their size, the economic sector they operate in, or their localization, highlighting that this is a factor crucial for the success of every company and determines how they progress towards excellence or not.
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Effect of Management Systems ISO 9000 and ISO 14000 on Enterprises’ Awareness of Sustainability Priorities

Adam Pawliczek Adam, Radomír Piszczur

Reinforcement of sustainable (long term focused) behavior of enterprises is often connected with investment into and implementation of management standards leading to improvement of organization performance. Implementation of ISO 9000 and ISO 14000 management systems brings about questions that need to be answered in order to tune up enterprise performance concerning quality and environmental activities possibly measured by indicator parameters. Increasing of management awareness of specific questions of sustainability will necessarily bring apparent positive results that authors describe in work parallel to this paper.
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Utilization Level of Business Process Management in Czech Enterprises – Objectives and Factors

David Tuček, Michaela Hájková, Zuzana Tučková

Business Process Management (BPM) is becoming a hot topic for the scientific community solving a variety of research in the field of BPM as well as for the business sector constantly dealing with problems resulting from dynamic changes in the market. A process approach, which is the basis of BPM, is often referred to as a philosophy that is the cornerstone of the work organization in the company and the foundation of all business operations and activities.
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