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|Title: ||考慮供應中斷風險下最適訂貨與定價模型 —利潤與數量彈性之目標規劃|
Optimization of Ordering and Pricing Model under Risk of Interruption-Goal Programming of Profit and Resilient Supply Chain
Supply chain disruption
Resilient supply chain
Preemptive goal programming
|Issue Date: ||2018-09-03 15:48:04 (UTC+8)|
In recent years, there are frequent incidents of disruptions in the supply chain, whether natural disasters such as earthquakes or floods, large-scale infectious diseases, terrorist attacks, etc. Because of the globalization of the supply chain, disruptions result in a wider range and expanded even more in the past. Due to the fragility and uncertainty of the supply chainm in addition to the impact and losses caused by the interruption, enterprises are more concerned about how supply chain manage and react before the disruption. Scholars also have more research in interruptions of supply chain management than ever. If enterprise can prevent before the interruption happen, not just waiting passively for the remedy after the interruption, it can become the enterprise's core competitiveness.
In order to respond to the various impacts of the supply chain disruption, how enterprise increase the elasticity of the raw materials or products in terms of quantity will also be included in the decision-making process that purchasing raw materials and manufacturing products will. But in the same time, the total cost will increase, so enterprises must consider the maximization of corporate profits, while trying to meet customer needs that is the way to improve customer satisfaction.
This study hopes to construct a decision model that considers the interruptinn risk factors and applies them to the pricing and the how much to purchase raw materials. When decision-makers in the face of these two goals, usually based on their experiences and not easy to weight them. Therefore, this study will use the Preemptive Goal Programming to present two scenarios : (1) the profit goal is achieved first, and (2) the elastic target is reached first in order of priority for decision-makers' reference.
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|Source URI: ||http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0105356033|
|Data Type: ||thesis|
|Appears in Collections:||[資訊管理學系] 學位論文|
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