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Adapting to the Future: How Digitalization Shapes Sustainable Logistics and Resilient Supply Chain Management, vol 31

Edited by Wolfgang Kersten, Christian M. Ringle and Thorsten Blecker

in Proceedings of the Hamburg International Conference of Logistics (HICL) from Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH), Institute of Business Logistics and General Management, currently edited by Wolfgang Kersten; Thorsten Blecker

Abstract: This volume contains research contributions by an international group of authors addressing innovative and technology-based approaches for supply chain management. They present business models and investment options for enhanced strategic decision making as well as recent approaches for supply chain analytics and risk management. This volume, edited by Wolfgang Kersten, Christian Ringle and Thorsten Blecker, provides valuable insights into artificial intelligence and digital transformation in Supply Chain Management with regard to: - Advanced Manufacturing and Industry 4.0 - Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain - Business Analytics - Innovation and Technology Management - Supply Chain Risk and Security Management

Keywords: Advanced Manufacturing; Industry 4.0; Artificial Intelligence; Blockchain; Business Analytics; Innovation Management; Technology Management; Supply Chain Risk Management; Security Management (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021
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Parametric selection of hybrid parts for additive manufacturing , pp 15-39 Downloads
Michael Schöppe and Kaj Fuehrer
Designing the data supply chain of a smart construction factory , pp 41-62 Downloads
Bennet Zander, Kerstin Lange and Hans-Dietrich Haasis
How to apply artificial intelligence in the additive value chain: A systematic literature review , pp 65-100 Downloads
Martin Brylowski, Lea-Sophie Schwieger, Ayman Nagi and Wolfgang Kersten
Managing contract manufacturing relationships - An explorative research framework , pp 103-127 Downloads
Tim Brandl
Scheduling mobile robots in part feeding systems , pp 129-149 Downloads
Emilio Morett, Elena Tappia and Marco Melacini
Application of Industry 4.0 in the automotive sector , pp 151-182 Downloads
Martin Sonntag, Jens Mehmann and Frank Teuteberg
Framework for indicator-based, sociotechnical project risk monitoring , pp 185-218 Downloads
Philipp Gauß and Matthias Parlings
The state of artificial intelligence: Procurement versus sales and marketing , pp 223-243 Downloads
Jan Spreitzenbarth, Heiner Stuckenschmidt and Christoph Bode
AI-based recognition of dangerous goods labels and metric package features , pp 245-272 Downloads
Robert Brylka, Benjamin Bierwirth and Ulrich Schwanecke
Design of a DLT-based document management system in road transport , pp 275-299 Downloads
Roger Heines, Sandro Rüttimann and Reinhard Jung
Decision-making in multimodal supply chains using machine learning , pp 301-325 Downloads
Manuel Weinke, Peter Poschmann and Frank Straube
How Blockchain interrelates with trust in the supply chain context: Insights from tracing sustainability in the metal industry , pp 329-351 Downloads
Abbas Batwa, Andreas Norrman and Ala Arvidsson
A roadmap for the effective implementation of blockchain technology , pp 353-375 Downloads
Camillo Loro, Riccardo Mangiaracina and Angela Tumino
Machine learning in supply chain management: A scoping review , pp 377-406 Downloads
Martin Brylowski, Meike Schröder, Sebastian Lodemann and Wolfgang Kersten
Supply chain analytics implementation: A TOE perspective , pp 411-434 Downloads
Sebastian Lodemann and Wolfgang Kersten
A reference model for data-driven sales planning: Development of the model's framework and functionality , pp 441-476 Downloads
Daniel Büttner, Anne Antonia Scheidler and Markus Rabe
Drivers of customer satisfaction with waste-disposal-services: A PLS-SEM approach , pp 479-497 Downloads
Torsten Mischel and Svenja Damberg
Application of social media data in supply chain management: A systematic review , pp 499-523 Downloads
Xi Chen and Tse Chiu Wong
Exoskeletons: Productivity and ergonomics in logistics:a systematic review , pp 527-561 Downloads
Victor Kaupe, Carsten Feldmann and Heiko Wagner
Digitization of the car: Impact on automotive logistics , pp 565-583 Downloads
Daniel Fruhner and Katja Klingebiel
Scenario analysis of online food supply chains , pp 585-609 Downloads
Anne Beckmann
Logistics platform strategies for freight technology-enabled smart services , pp 611-636 Downloads
Christoph Heinbach, Martin Schwemmer and Oliver Thomas
Logistics innovation and integration: Impact on supply chain adaptability , pp 639-661 Downloads
Sara Siddig Ali Abdalla
Bus driver's technology acceptance for driving assistants , pp 663-689 Downloads
Tim Gruchmann, Nadine Pratt and Axel Salzmann
Development of a Procurement-4.0-PMS using the Balanced Scorecard , pp 691-721 Downloads
Lorenzo Pirrone and Dennis Meyer
Conceptual framework for a digital organization , pp 723-746 Downloads
Meike Schröder and Sonja Pahlevan
Integration of stakeholders in the innovation process of transportation networks , pp 749-766 Downloads
Maximilian Leven and Wolfgang Kersten
Cold chain logistics: The case of Turkish Airlines vaccine distribution , pp 771-798 Downloads
Sercan Demir, Ersin Aktas and Turan Paksoy
Organizational flexibility of airlines during COVID-19: A study on the airline companies in Turkey , pp 801-823 Downloads
Sercan Demir, Ersin Aktas and Turan Paksoy
Feasibility study on augmented supplier audit , pp 825-851 Downloads
Gottfried Obmann and Sascha Stradner
Approach for application-specific selection of risk assessment methods , pp 853-877 Downloads
Lukas Nikelowski and Rika Voss
Impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on inland navigation , pp 879-898 Downloads
Bianca Borca and Lisa-Maria Putz
Simultaneous treatment of risk and resilience , pp 901-916 Downloads
Sandra König
Disruptions and exception handling in food supply chains , pp 919-941 Downloads
Jonas Koreis, Dominik Loske, Joachim Schmidt and Matthias Klumpp
Analysis of the Suez Canal blockage with queueing theory , pp 943-959 Downloads
Johannes Gast, Tom Binsfeld, Francesca Marsili and Carlos Jahn

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