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Parrod, Nicolas (2005)
Languages: French
Types: Article
Subjects: Evaluation de performance, Relations coopératives, Planification de projet, Chaîne logistique, Relation de sous-traitance, 658
Le domaine de la « gestion chaîne logistique » a suscité, ces dernières années, beaucoup d'intérêt. La notion de « chaîne logistique d'un projet » quant à elle est encore émergente. Dans cette étude, nous nous intéresserons plus particulièrement à l'etude des comportements de coopération au sein de cette chaîne. Un outil de simulation de la relation entre un donneur d'ordre (gérant son projet) et un sous-traitant de spécialité (gérant l'occupation d'une ressource stratégique) est proposé pour permettre aux deux acteurs d'étudier l'impact de leurs comportements en termes de risques et de délais. "Supply chain Management" creates a lot of interest both from an industrial and an academic point of view. The "Project supply chain" area is one that is still emerging. In this paper, we study the interaction of different behaviours within this chain. A simulation tool which studies the relationship between a principal contractor (in charge of project management) and a subcontractor (concerned with the management of a scarce resource) is proposed in order to enable both actors to understand the impacts of their behaviour on risks and delivery dates.
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