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Research on Supply Chain Flexibility Model Based on Emergency Management Paradigm Transformation

Jianmei Li

Abstract


With the rapid development of society, the main contradictions in society have changed, and social demand has shown a substantial increase, requiring all industries to extend the industrial chain and increase the added value of products and services. Under this situation, the length and complexity of product supply chains in various industries have evolved and changed. Bringing new opportunities to the new normal of the economy. At the same time, under the new supply chain model, the development of various industries is more susceptible to emergencies, and the management and response capabilities in the face of emergency time are reduced. Therefore, in modern corporate strategic management activities, it is imperative to do a good job of emergency risk management and control at the supply chain level. The following article is based on the background of emergency management paradigm, to establish a supply chain flexibility model through the analysis of the application effect analysis of the supply chain flexibility model in the emergency management paradigm, aiming to achieve the maximum coordination of the stakeholders for the supply chain development.

Keywords


Emergency Management; Paradigm Shift; Supply Chain Flexibility model; Application Research

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i8.2532

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