Lean, Agile, Resilient and Green have been emerging as the main management philosophies to enhance competitiveness in the market increasingly turbulent and volatile. Companies and their Supply Chains have been implementing some management practices, in order to improve their efficiency. Many of these practices require interoperation among two or more entities. The failure in implementing these practices highlights the need of companies in improving their ability of interoperation. The interoperability is a required role in a collaborative Supply Chain. The present work provides a conceptual class diagram to support the implementation and assessment of interoperable practices, in context of LARG Supply Chain Management.
|Name||Proceedings of the ITI 2012|
|Publisher||34th International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces|
|Conference||Proceedings of the ITI 2012|
|Period||25/06/12 → 28/06/12|
- SCM practices
- Business Interoperability
- Class Diagram