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LARG SCM

Lean, Agile, Resilient and Green Supply Chain Management (LARG SCM) attempts to put together Lean, Agile, Resilient, and Green approaches in Supply Chain Management. Lean supply chain management aims to get close to zero inventories and reduce work-in-process; Agile goes for quick respond to customer inquiries and market changes while controlling costs and quality; Resilience is about sustaining disturbances which may hit supply chain; and Green refers to sustainability in supply chain through low emission to the nature and recycling strategy for products. The main objective of this project it is to develop a deep understanding of the relationships required for the compatibility of Lean, Agile, Resilient and Green (manufacturing), in order to contribute to better production systems and supply chains. These objectives are unfolded on the following sub-objectives: 1. To develop a Lean, Agile, Resilence and Green integrator prototype. 2. To investigate the integration of existing tools to be integrated on the prototype. 3. To develop a diagnostic framework based on actual models. 4. To develop a “management integrator” model. 5. To test the model on selected organizations. 6. To evaluate the possibilities to extend the model to other organizations outside the automotive industry and contribute to their dissemination. 7. To contribute for the development of product-service production systems, based on a “Lean, Agile, Resilience and Green” management approach, through a web site development, publishing of papers, and organization of conferences.

 

This project has been funded by Fundação da Ciência e Tecnologia, IP. under the MIT Programme

Reference:MIT-Pt/EDAM-IASC/0033/2008
Start date:01 Jun 2009
End date:31 Mar 2013
Main researcher:Virgilio Cruz-Machado, Full Professor
Research group:Systems Engineering and Management
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apb@fct.unl.pt
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acbg@fct.unl.pt
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hmlc@fct.unl.pt
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imn@fct.unl.pt
Researcher [Download CV]
i.cabral@campus.fct.unl.pt
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PhD Researcher [Download CV]
maleki@fct.unl.pt
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rpl@fct.unl.pt
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• Associated Papers
Paper title
2013
Comparative analysis of customer value dimensions
An Empirical Review On Supply Chain Integration
Development of Supply Chain Integration model through application of analytic network process and Bayesian network
Supply chain performance monitoring using Bayesian network
2012
Influence of Green and Lean Upstream Supply Chain Management Practices on Business Sustainability
2013
Modelling Lean and Green: a review from Business models
2011
Manufacturing paradigms in Supply Chain Management
Decision-making models for interoperable Lean, Agile, Resilient and Green Supply Chains
Supply Chain Integration Methodology : LARGe Supply Chain Supply Chain Integration
2012
Lean , Agile , Resilient and Green Supply Chain Management Interoperability Assessment Methodology
Information Model for LARGeSCM Interoperable Practices
Fuzzy evaluation model to assess interoperability in LARG Supply Chains
2009
Lean, agile, resilient and green supply chain: a review
2012
Sustainable design of material handling equipment: a win-win approach for manufacturers and customers
2013
A Review on Supply Chain Integration: Vertical and Functional Perspective and Integration models
2012
Reliability estimation for manufacturing processes
2014
Quantifying Mutual Correlations Between Supply Chain Practices and Customer Values: A Case Study in the Food Industry
Integration of practices and customer values in a supply chain
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