Strategic vision on the chain of decision in modern competitive scenarios: a case study in material planning in a public company

Jorge Magalhães, Daniele Alves de Oliveira, Jorge Carlos Santos da Costa, Z Hartz

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Abstract

Organizations, to achieve their strategic targets, are frequently making decisions facing modern competitive scenarios. The increment of the transparency requirements in the transactions executed is one of the factors that explain the interest in the process modeling, since it can act as a control instrument because
it allows one to constantly review the base of the structure and point out problems and failures which will be reflected in chain by the other instruments used by the organizations. The literature review and the experience in the industry of productive processes shows the need to apply better management models to remain in the competitive edge of business, modeling orientation focused on the activities of each area with interfaces involved in the all productive processes. The proposal of this model is to establish the interfaces and dialogues with interaction and participation of the production areas: quality control, regulatory policies, and industrial engineering advisory to contribute technically with information to subsidize the better elaboration of the master production plan.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHandbook of Research on Business Models in Modern Competitive Scenarios
EditorsGeorge Leal Jamil, Liliane Carvalho Jamil, Cláudio Roberto Magalhães Pessoa, Werner Silveira
PublisherIGI Global
Chapter12
Pages211-231
Number of pages21
ISBN (Print)9781522572657
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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