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Title: Risk analysis & management of global supply chains- a holistic framework using a case-based reasoning (CBR) approach
Keywords: Supply-Chain Management, case-based reasoning, risk management, business continuity planning, decision support system, knowledge management
Issue Date: 5-Jan-2006
Citation: NANDINI GOSWAMI (2006-01-05). Risk analysis & management of global supply chains- a holistic framework using a case-based reasoning (CBR) approach. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Given the complexities of international trade and todaya??s global supply chains, most organizations lack a holistic understanding of their supply chains and the inherent risks in it, and are therefore unable to build risk-averse supply chains and put in place business continuity plans to manage outcomes in the event of exceptions. We therefore, propose a framework based on case-based reasoning (CBR) approach to build a decision support system to understand, manage and make informed decisions to minimise disruptions to business sand resulting impacts.We use analytical tools such as a??Fault-Treesa?? and a??Cause-Consequence diagramsa?? to show how organisations can build and maintain a case-base of past and predicted cases of possible supply chain disruptions. Applying the proposed framework to three separate supply-chain disruption scenarios, namely - partner failure: supplier disruption and mode failure: port shutdown shows that the resulting losses can be significantly reduced with the help of the proposed CBR based analytical tool.
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