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Ing. David Holman, Ph.D.
Identification number: 19187
University e-mail: david.holman [at] savs.cz
 
Lecturer - Department of Logistics, Quality and Automotive Technology (ŠAVŠ)
 
External Instructor - Department of Finance and Accounting (ŠAVŠ)

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HOLMAN, D. -- LENORT, R. -- WICHER, P. -- STAŠ, D. -- FAMIN, D. Whole Chain Management (WCM) - The New Concept - The New Competitive Advantage. In CLC 2016: Carpathian Logistics Congress. Ostrava, CR: TANGER, 2017, p. 398--405.

Original name: Whole Chain Management (WCM) - The New Concept - The New Competitive Advantage
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Written by (author): Ing. David Holman, Ph.D. (60%)
prof. Ing. Radim Lenort, Ph.D. (10%)
Ing. Pavel Wicher, Ph.D. (10%)
Ing. David Staš, Ph.D. (10%)
Dzmitry Famin (10%)
Department: Department of Logistics, Quality and Automotive Technology
Kind of publication: article in proceedings
Collection: CLC 2016: Carpathian Logistics Congress
Nature of article: paper
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Starting page: 398
Up to page: 405
Number of pages: 8
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Original language: English
Description in original language: Up to now, all the supply chain concepts (LARG, SCM 2.0, Sustainable) have been solving the efficiency of satisfying customer wishes in the supply chain by analysing the efficiency of particular chains or its interactions. The most important practices and methodologies were integration, process management, production value added, automation, leanness, agility, resiliency etc. responding to the actual business environment. The potential of these attitudes have been almost exhausted. Thanks to the system thinking, discovered in 50´s, there is the opportunity to use the new methodology, solving supply chains not only as interacting parts but as the unified whole with the one goal, KPI and methodology. This new concept supports not only doing things right but even during the right things. The whole, Whole Chain Management (WCM), could efficiently and effectively solve problems, such as partial optimizations, partial KPI´s, management of separated parts instead of unified wholes, solving of the opposing goals either in one department or chain in supply chain, etc. None of them has been systematically solved yet. The new methodology could complement analytical approach by synthetic approach solving the properties of the wholes and its utilization for the management of all operational, tactical and strategic processes guaranteeing successful business results – satisfied customers.
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Key words: czech: řízení poptávkových řetězců, systémové myšlení, řízení dodavatelských řetězců, Celistvost
english: wholeness, Supply chain management,, system thinking,, demand chain management,
Year of submission: 2017
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Used in projects: Návrh koncepce systémového řešení implementace Sustainable Supply Chain Management (SSCM) inovací v tržních podmínkách 21. století
Note: http://konsys2.tanger.cz/files/uploads/05/CLC2016_Conference_Proceedings_content.pdf; ISBN: 978‐80‐87294‐76‐5
 
Entry made by: Ing. David Holman, Ph.D.
Last change: 11. 07. 2018, 12:58 (Ing. Aleš Kutín)

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CLC 2016: Carpathian Logistics Congress. Ostrava, CR: TANGER, 2017.

Original name: CLC 2016: Carpathian Logistics Congress
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Publisher: TANGER
Place of publishing: Ostrava, CR
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Year of submission: 2017
Note: ISBN 978‐80‐87294‐76‐5
 
Entry made by: Ing. Lada Honzáková
Last change: 04. 12. 2017, 13:48 (Ing. Lada Honzáková)