Tham khảo tài liệu 'supply chain, the way to flat organisation part 2', kỹ thuật - công nghệ, cơ khí - chế tạo máy phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả | 2 A Synergistic Approach towards Autonomic Event Management in Supply Chains Roy Oberhauser Aalen University Germany 1. Introduction Supply Chains SCs due to their very nature and intent . embracing change in markets products manufacturing partners globalization in conjunction with market pressures will face ongoing challenges that are necessarily reflected on the Information Technology IT infrastructure used to manage and optimise their operations. Supply Chain Management Software SCMS typically covers the various functional aspects of SCs including integration technology. The result of the IT integrations is a form of an information supply chain including computational representations of physical SC entities. For purposes of this chapter SCMS will be considered to incorporate any ERP solutions and or IT infrastructure utilized to enable the information integration required to support the SCs. Current SC IT challenges include decision making collaboration and attaining qualities such as scalability performance integratability correctness and reliability in the face of the perpetual dynamics and increasing complexity of SCs. To avoid disruptions to SCs Supply Chain Event Management SCEM considers the set of possible event scenarios and plans solutions. Events can be either representations of real-world events or can be introduced as a side-effect of the Information Systems IS supporting the SC IT events . SCs can achieve their goals for optimal management of operations only to the extent and degree that they manage and automate the necessary information flow especially with regard to managing unexpected events. The effective handling of potentially disruptive events is vital to achieving the aforementioned qualities yet the ongoing change mirrored in the IT systems in entities and the properties and relations thereof necessarily limits the sufficiency and totality of predefined solutions. A synergistic approach that leverages various computing paradigms can .