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supply chain management
A Model for Inventory Control in Closed-Loop Supply Chain Management considering Multiple Objective Planning Case: Iran Khodro Cut and Press Shop Company

Abolfazl Sadeghian; Seyed Mohammad Ali Khatami Firouzabadi; Laya Olfat; maghsoud Amiri

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 28 November 2022


  Nowadays attending to closed-loop supply chain matter for survival in competitive circumstances not only has been become a controversial topic but also has been considered as a critical topic too. Close loop supply chain has combined to direct and reverse flow (method/ manner). This paper’s goal ...  Read More

Designing multi period-multi level Supply Chain for Fixed Lifetime Perishable Products under Uncertainty

Ahmad Ebrahimi; laya olfat; Maghsood Amiri; Mohammad Taghi Taghavifard

Volume 21, Issue 70 , October 2023, , Pages 129-172


  The current research has considered the design of the four-level supply chain of perishable goods, including manufacturing factories, distribution centers, wholesalers, and retailers, in conditions of uncertainty in important parameters. The aim is to make strategic and tactical decisions, including ...  Read More

Interpretive Structural Modeling of Petrochemical Industry Supply Chain Risks

Ali Atashsooz; Kamran Feizi; Abolfazl Kazazi; Laya Olfat

Volume 14, Issue 41 , July 2016, , Pages 39-73


  In a complex and volatile environment of the supply chain, any attempt to reduce the risks may increase or decrease other risks; thus, achieving an overall picture of the risks of supply chain and relationships between them are necessary and will lead to more effective and comprehensive strategy to response ...  Read More

Robust optimization approach for Supplier selection and order allocation in an uncertain environment

Yalda Yahyazade; Laya Olfat; Maghsod Amiri

Volume 14, Issue 40 , April 2016, , Pages 25-52


  Appropriate management of supply chain is one of the issues facing economic firms that affect all the organizational activities in order to produce the goods and provide the services. Consequently Supplier selection due to involvement of various qualitative and quantitative criteria such as quality, ...  Read More

The Estimation of the Bullwhip Effect and Stock Functions Using Response Surface Methodology

maghsoud amiri; laya olfat; amir hasanzadeh

Volume 11, Issue 29 , July 2013, , Pages 89-112

  A major cause of supply chain deficiencies is the bullwhip effect. This phenomenon refers to demand variability increases as one move up the supply chain. Supply chain managers experience this variance amplification in both inventory levels and orders. Other side, dampening variability in orders may ...  Read More

Using Nonlinear programming for Determining the Safety Stock Level in a Supply Chain with Various Channels and Levels

Laya Olfat; Mohammad Reza Sadeghi

Volume 8, Issue 21 , June 2011, , Pages 63-83

  Nowadays, inventory management has a significant importance in supply chain. In supply chain management literature, inventory control and minimizing inventory-related cost are a main challenges confronting the managers. One of the issues attracting the attention of most researchers is determining the ...  Read More

Identification and Ranking of Project Risk Based on PMBOK Standard by Fuzzy Approach

Laya Olfat; Farzaneh Khosravani; Reza Jalali

Volume 8, Issue 19 , December 2010, , Pages 147-163

  Risk is a potential which causes problems in the implementation of project and fulfillment of objectives. Risk is the innate part of all the projects and it is impossible to eliminate it completely though it can be managed effectively in order to reduce its effects on achieving the project’s objectives. ...  Read More

Agility, a Modern Narrative of Old Concepts

Laya Olfat; Seyyed Mahmood Zanjirch

Volume 3, Issue 11 , December 2005, , Pages 37-61

  Agile manufacturing as the most modern production system has covered significant portion of literature in operations management. But there is a great vague. whether agile manufacturing  is the same as  prior  concepts  but    in a  new  form  or  it's ...  Read More

Application of Value Engineering in Service Project Management

Laya Olfat; Hassan Hashemi

Volume 1, Issue 2 , October 2003, , Pages 55-82

  The prime objectives of Project Management are to minimize time and cost and to meet required performance. Value Engineering is an organized effort to attain optimum value in a system by providing the necessary functions to improve performance at the lowest cost. Value Engineering can contribute to the ...  Read More