The Future of Resilient Supply Chains: A Delphi Study

Mattia Donadoni, Sinéad Roden, Kirstin Scholten, Mark Stevenson, Constantin Blome, Federico Caniato, Uta Jüttner, Klaus Krumme, Dirk Pieter van Donk, Andreas Wieland

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Abstract

This research aims to advance theoretical understanding around the management of supply chain disruptions through a multi-stage Delphi study on supply chain resilience. Stage one focused on polling academic experts followed by a second stage with practitioners from automotive, electronics and food industries. We examine the types of disruptions that respondents are most concerned about; the associated strategies suggested to cope with disruption; and, how resilience can be measured. The research remains ongoing but preliminary results suggest there are some areas where academics and practitioners agree (e.g. measuring resilience) and others where they do not (e.g. key disruptions and strategies).
This research aims to advance theoretical understanding around the management of supply chain disruptions through a multi-stage Delphi study on supply chain resilience. Stage one focused on polling academic experts followed by a second stage with practitioners from automotive, electronics and food industries. We examine the types of disruptions that respondents are most concerned about; the associated strategies suggested to cope with disruption; and, how resilience can be measured. The research remains ongoing but preliminary results suggest there are some areas where academics and practitioners agree (e.g. measuring resilience) and others where they do not (e.g. key disruptions and strategies).

Conference

ConferenceThe 23rd International Annual EurOMA Conference 2016
Number23
LocationNorwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
CountryNorway
CityTrondheim
Period17/06/201622/06/2016
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Keywords

  • Supply chain resilience
  • Delphi study
  • Disruption

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Donadoni, M., Roden, S., Scholten, K., Stevenson, M., Blome, C., Caniato, F., ... Wieland, A. (2016). The Future of Resilient Supply Chains: A Delphi Study. Paper presented at The 23rd International Annual EurOMA Conference 2016, Trondheim, Norway.
Donadoni, Mattia ; Roden, Sinéad ; Scholten, Kirstin ; Stevenson, Mark ; Blome, Constantin ; Caniato, Federico ; Jüttner, Uta ; Krumme, Klaus ; van Donk, Dirk Pieter ; Wieland, Andreas. / The Future of Resilient Supply Chains : A Delphi Study. Paper presented at The 23rd International Annual EurOMA Conference 2016, Trondheim, Norway.10 p.
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2016. Paper presented at The 23rd International Annual EurOMA Conference 2016, Trondheim, Norway.

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