Gestión de la cadena de suministros desde la dinámica de sistemas. Aproximación al mejoramiento de la toma de decisiones
Brijaldo Oliveros, Felipe
The objective of this work is to make a study on supply chain business organizations from system dynamics and how it can contribute to the performance and control of supply chains. It seeks to address knowledge on three perspectives of Supply Chain and its relation to the dynamics of systems. It will also seek to identify the types of integration in the activities of management in the supply chain and planning horizons. Finally, it aims to analyze the Supply Chain Management applications that are based on the use of the methodology of system dynamics. For this, the research will begin by defining the problem around these two areas and define the theoretical framework that founded these two disciplines. The methodology used by the system dynamics and the different aspects of the supply chain is then addressed. It will deal with the approach of the two disciplines and as helping the SD to converge the SCM (Supply Chain Management). At this point the work will also describe the different approaches that have been made from the use of system dynamics. Finally, we present the relevant conclusions and comments about this field of research and its relevance in the field of Supply Chain. This research covers two major currents of thought, a systemic, through the methodology of system dynamics and the other analytical logic which is used in Supply Chain. There was a review of the literature on the applications of system dynamics (SD) in the area of Supply Chain. Also their common ground and the important jobs of this methodology that have been made and have been documented in the management of supply chains.