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Sebastian López Lasprilla ; Fernando Antonio Arenas ;Sistemas & Telemática 2016, 14 37

Autor: Andrés Cardona Triana

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Sistemas & Telemática ISSN: 1692-5238 EditorSyT@icesi.edu.co Universidad ICESI Colombia Cardona Triana, Andrés; López Lasprilla, Sebastian; Arenas, Fernando Antonio Supply chain decision making: A system dynamics approach Sistemas & Telemática, vol.
14, núm.
37, 2016, pp.
73-86 Universidad ICESI Cali, Colombia Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=411546577005 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative Cardona, A., López, S., & Arenas, F.
(2016).
Supply chain decision making: A system dynamics approach. Sistemas & Telemática, 14(37), 73-86 Discussion Paper - Articulo de Reflexión - Tipo 2 Supply chain decision making: A system dynamics approach Andrés Cardona Triana - andres-cardona794@hotmail.com Sebastian López Lasprilla - sebaslopez61@hotmail.com Fernando Antonio Arenas - faarenas@icesi.edu.co Universidad Icesi, Cali-Colombia ABSTRACT This paper presents an analysis of the impact of delays, information management and type of demand, on the performance of a three echelons supply chain, based on the “beer game”.
Four scenarios of access to information on final demand for different members of the chain were developed over a system dynamics model.
For each of these scenarios delivery delay times and type of demand were changed and four indicators were used to measure the supply chain performance: return on assets, accumulated income, accumulated value of inventory and service level.
The results show that the location (echelon) of the access to information is critical to the performance and in contrast to previous studies, this effect is independent of the type of demand.
Moreover, the results are consistent with previous studies on the positive effect of the reduction in delays on the overall p...





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