Supply chain management: analysis of papers published on some journals between 2004 and 2006

Title: Gestão da cadeia de suprimentos: análise dos artigos publicados em alguns periódicos acadêmicos entre os anos de 2004 e 2006. (Supply chain management: analysis of papers published on some journals between 2004 and 2006).

Abstract: In recent years, supply chain management has received greater attention, hence leading researchers to develop many papers on this topic. Due to its recent development, this organizational phenomenon is complex and has many variables, making the process of choosing a research topic also complex for researchers and students. Thus, this paper aims to provide an analysis of the major topics studied in over 173 papers published about supply chain management in the most important international production and operation management journals between 2004 and 2006. The results show that the major topics are coordination, information sharing between companies, production decisions, and supply chain design and performance. Many topics should also be the focus of future studies until the supply chain management becomes a discipline.

Journal: Gestão & Produção (UFSCAR. Impresso), v. 17, p. 207-227, 2010.

Authors: Rafael Teixeira, Daniel Pacheco Lacerda.

Process analisys for higher education institutions: from the cost world to the throughput world

Title: Uma Abordagem de Avaliação de Processos Baseados no Mundo dos Custos para Processos no Mundo dos Ganhos em Instituições de Ensino Superior. (Process analisys for higher education institutions: from the cost world to the throughput world).

Abstract: This paper investigates a University's pricing process, comparing two different accounting approaches: traditional cost accounting and Theory of Constraints. Relying on concepts from the Theory of Constraints, this paper applies the principles of the Thinking Process and Throughput Accounting to review the current approach to this process. As a result, the paper evaluates the dynamics behind such processes and, based on throughput accounting, presents a new approach in tackling this.

Journal: Gestão e Produção (UFSCar. Impresso), v. 16, p. 1-25, 2009.

Authors: Luis Henrique RodriguesDaniel Pacheco Lacerda, Alexandre Silva.

A Discussion about Costs World and the Throughput World under the perspective of the Theory of Constraints (TOC)

Título: Uma discussão sobre o mundo dos custos e o mundo dos ganhos sob o ponto de vista da teoria das restrições. (A Discussion about Costs World and the Throughput World under the perspective of the Theory of Constraints (TOC)).

Abstract: A body of work in the costs studies exposes the limitations of the traditional Cost Accounting as well the methods that are lined up to its logic. Other studies have different approaches and methods to solve these limitations, and among them, the Throughput World from the Theory of Constraints. However, few companies actually adopt it nowadays. This article attempts to present a discussion between the World of Costs and the Throughput World, offering a hypothesis to advance from one world to another.

Journal: S & G. Sistemas & Gestão, v. 4, p. 34-54, 2009.

Authors: Luis Henrique RodriguesDaniel Pacheco Lacerda.

A proposal of approach to positioning and sizing of inventory leather to aftermarket supply chain

Title: Uma Abordagem para o Posicionamento e Dimensionamento de Estoques de Couros Aftermarket na Cadeia de Suprimentos. (A proposal of approach to positioning and sizing of inventory leather to aftermarket supply chain).

Abstract: The current practice of supply chain management tends to force the forward of products to retail in supply chain. These attitudes maintain the inventory as near of consumer, accounting for suppliers sales. Using Theory of Constraints (TOC) principles to management of distribution systems, we attempted to define the place to maintain inventory to meet the domestic market for automotive leather called aftermarket. This paper, therefore, suggests the creation of strategies and actions that enable the customer offer the desired products, quantity, at the place and right time, avoiding the failure of the product at the point of sale.

Journal: Revista de Administração da UFSM, v. 2, p. 525-544, 2009.

Authors: Daniel Pacheco Lacerda, Secundino L.H. Corcini Neto.

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