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Improving Supply Chain Robustness & Resilience? Lessons from a case study in the automotive industry during the first wave of Covid-19

Abstract

The Covid-19 pandemic has shed light on two important but complex SCM concepts: SC robustness and resilience. This paper explores whether SC robustness and resilience should be combined and how to improve both. The research is based on an in-depth single case study at Renault Group, a global car manufacturer. Forty-three key informants involved in managing the SC during the first wave of Covid-19 shared their experience. They confirmed the usefulness of making existing SCs more robust & resilient and suggested a set of resources and practices to do so. The discussion of the results opens new research avenues.
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hal-03306223 , version 1 (29-07-2021)

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Nathalie Fabbe-Costes, Yasmina Ziad. Improving Supply Chain Robustness & Resilience? Lessons from a case study in the automotive industry during the first wave of Covid-19. 28th EurOMA Conference - 5-7 July 2021, University of Sussex, U.K., Jul 2021, Berlin (ended Online due to Covid pandemia), Germany. ⟨hal-03306223⟩
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