L'effet coup de fouet dans la chaîne logistique : une littérature contingente et incomplète

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https://doi.org/10.53102/2012.31.02.653

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Chaine logistique, Effet Coup de Fouet, Partage d'information, Valeur de l'information

Résumé

L'effet coup de fouet (ECF) correspond au phénomène d'amplification croissante de la variabilité de la demande en remontant le long de la chaîne logistique (CL). Il fait l'objet d'une attention soutenue par les chercheurs depuis une quinzaine d'années et préoccupe les gestionnaires de CL parce qu'il est une cause importante de perte d'efficacité et d'efficience dans la CL. Le partage d'informations entre acteurs de la CL est généralement considéré comme l'un des principaux moyens de réduction de l'ECF. Une cinquantaine d'articles portant sur ces thèmes et parus dans les revues considérées comme majeurs ont été étudiés. Les grilles d'analyse utilisées permettent de mettre en évidence le caractère très contingent de nombreuses conclusions et l'existence de lacunes importantes dans les investigations conduites, notamment en ce qui concerne l'ECF se produisant dans la partie productive de la CL.

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Giard, V., & Sali, M. (2012). L’effet coup de fouet dans la chaîne logistique : une littérature contingente et incomplète. Revue Française De Gestion Industrielle, 31(2), 23–44. https://doi.org/10.53102/2012.31.02.653

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