In a new complex and uncertain competitive landscape with characteristics of new forms of global competition, substantial continuous unpredictable often breakthrough change, rapid developments in technology, higher speed in decision–making processes and shorter product–life cycles, businesses need to have an intention to find the best alternative in all activities performed inside or outside. However, conventional techniques are not sufficient anymore to distinguish the best alternative among others due to higher level of subjectivity like halo effect, decision–makers’ own experience, intuition, overconfidence, etc. In addition, it should be noted that it costs a lot to take back a wrongful decision made due to the direct costs of the time spent on and those associated with engaging, monitoring, and correcting the mistakes as well as the indirect costs of loss in productivity, precision flexibility and quality, which contributes the crucial role decision-making process plays in business failures. Such a case requires a formal, systematic, rational and effective model integrating explicit criteria with analytical more precise techniques to overcome fuzzy, uncertain and incomplete information problem. Therefore, there is a need for a deeper understanding of a decision-making in a supply chain consisting of many businesses all around the world. This book adopts an integrated approach to provide a platform for scholars and practitioners to present some solutions to the real life multicriteria decision-making problems faced in a supply chain.
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Dr. Gültekin Altuntaş Logistics
Department at Istanbul University, the Faculty of Transportation and Logistics, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Bahadır Fatih Yıldırım
Logistics Department at Istanbul University, the Faculty of Transportation and Logistics, email@example.com
Dr. Kwangsup Shin
Graduate School of Logistics at Incheon National University, firstname.lastname@example.org
School of Transportation and Logistics, Istanbul University
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