ALINEACIÓN DE LAS ESTRATEGIAS DE SUPPLY CHAIN CON LA NORMA ISO 21500 “GESTIÓN DE PROYECTOS”
Depool Malave, Tibaire Angélica
Candelario Reyes, Juan Manuel
Artacho Ramirez, Miguel Ángel
MetadataShow full item record
For ISO 28000 (Security Management in the Supply Chain), Supply Chain strategies are based on the identification of potential risks and mitigation strategies generation. The ISO 21500 (Project Management) defines project management as the application of methods, tools, techniques and skills for a project, which includes the integration of the different phases of the project life cycle. These phases are different for each project. Chopra and Meindl (2010), say, String Value of a Company comprises: 1. Development of a new product, 2.Marketing and sales 3.Operations, 4.Distribution, 5.Services, comprised between finance, accounting , information technology and human resources. The ISO 21500 says: the creation of a framework of a company's value is: 1.Strategy, 2. Identify, 3.Oportunities, 4.Select, 5.Projects, 6.Contribute, 7.Benefits. The ISO 21500 identifies and selects the phases of the projects. Supply Chain seeks to generate products, stratify their sales, distribution and services. One thing is clear, the end both methods seek to create "Value". The aim of this study is to align strategies and best practices of Supply Chain Management with strategies and best practices of Project Management (ISO 21500) and develop an integrated methodology for industrial projects.
- CIDIP 2015 (Granada)