Collaborative Planning in Supply Chains : A Negotiation-Based Approach (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems) (2004. X, 234 p. w. 44 ill.)

Collaborative Planning in Supply Chains : A Negotiation-Based Approach (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems) (2004. X, 234 p. w. 44 ill.)

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This book deals with collaborative planning, an approach to supply chain planning which aims to coordinate planning tasks of independent supply chain partners while respecting their local decision authority. The major contribution of this work is to provide a process model concerned with the decision making and negotiation aspects of collaborative planning. Taking technological means for data exchange as a given, it sketches a detailed picture of a collaborative planning process at the medium-term level of master planning, assuming that mathematical programming models are used by all partners. Building on the planning process, it indicates how financial outcomes and partner incentives are affected by the negotiations of supply quantities between buyers and suppliers, and demonstrates how supply contract terms can be adapted in order to establish a win-win situation for all partners.

Table of Contents

1 Introduction                                     1  (4)
2 Supply Chain Management and Collaborative 5 (18)
Planning
2.1 The Concept of Supply Chains 5 (2)
2.2 Overview of Supply Chain Management 7 (4)
2.3 Operations Planning in Supply Chains 11 (12)
2.3.1 Successive and segregated planning 12 (3)
2.3.2 Hierarchical planning 15 (4)
2.3.3 Collaborative planning 19 (4)
3 Modeling Framework and Review of Relevant 23 (32)
Literature
3.1 Modeling 23 (12)
3.1.1 Decision situation and modeling 23 (4)
assumptions
3.1.2 Intra-domain planning model 27 (5)
3.1.3 Modeling links to adjacent planning 32 (3)
domains
3.2 Benefits of Information Sharing and 35 (5)
Collaboration
3.3 Coordination of Planning Processes Along 40 (15)
the Supply Chain
3.3.1 Coordination by contracts 40 (4)
3.3.2 Coordination mechanisms for 44 (11)
mathematical programming models
4 Negotiation-Based Collaborative Planning 55 (48)
Between two Partners
4.1 Assumptions and Overview 55 (4)
4.2 Iterative Planning Steps 59 (31)
4.2.1 Evaluating the partner proposal 60 (1)
4.2.2 Determining the preferred outcome 61 (6)
4.2.3 Generating a compromise proposal 67 (23)
4.3 Collaborative Planning Process In Total 90 (11)
4.3.1 Data exchange requirements 90 (4)
4.3.2 Total process flow 94 (3)
4.3.3 Stopping criterion 97 (4)
4.4 Summary and Comments 101(2)
5 Extensions to the Basic Collaborative 103(28)
Planning Scheme
5.1 Extended Supply Chain Structures 103(12)
5.1.1 General two-tier supply chains 103(8)
5.1.2 Multi-tier supply chains 111(4)
5.2 Planning on a Rolling Basis 115(10)
5.2.1 Conceptual overview 118(2)
5.2.2 Extensions to process flow and 120(5)
planning models
5.3 Limited Exchange of Cost Information 125(6)
5.3.1 Limited exchange between two planning 125(2)
partners
5.3.2 Limited exchange between multiple 127(2)
planning partners
5.3.3 Limited exchange in planning on a 129(2)
rolling basis
6 Implications on Supply Contracts and Partner 131(34)
Incentives
6.1 Contractual Consequences 131(16)
6.1.1 Compensation and savings sharing 131(8)
6.1.2 Adaptation of supply contracts 139(8)
6.2 Potentials of Opportunistic Behavior and 147(18)
Counteractions
6.2.1 Game-theoretic analysis 147(11)
6.2.2 Means preventing opportunistic 158(7)
behavior
7 Computational Evaluation 165(50)
7.1 Implementation of the Collaborative 165(3)
Planning Scheme
7.2 Generation of Test Instances 168(5)
7.3 Tests with a Single Buyer and Supplier 173(21)
7.3.1 Test classes and test program 173(5)
7.3.2 Overview of test results 178(8)
7.3.3 Results by cost structure, 186(5)
utilization profile, and iteration
7.3.4 Results with limited exchange of cost 191(3)
information
7.4 Tests with one Supplier and Several Buyers 194(7)
7.4.1 Test classes and test program 194(2)
7.4.2 Overview of test results 196(5)
7.5 Tests with Rolling Schedules 201(14)
7.5.1 Test classes and test program 201(2)
7.5.2 Test results with deterministic demand 203(4)
7.5.3 Test results with uncertain demand 207(8)
forecasts
8 Summary and Conclusions 215(4)
References 219(10)
List of Figures 229(2)
List of Tables 231(2)
List of Symbols 233