Gospodarka Materiałowa i Logistyka nr 7/2013
Publication date: 2013
Place publication: Warszawa
Gospodarka Materiałowa i Logistyka 7/2013
Iwona Balke, Sławomir Dorosiewicz
Badania koniunktury w ciężarowym transporcie samochodowym w Polsce
Business activity in road freight transport in Poland
This paper provides some results of business survey in road freight transport in Poland. These studies, conducted since 1997 at Motor Transport Institute, base on quarterly data obtained from questionnaires distributed among selected national and international transport firms. The results provide information about the current and projected situation of transport companies, especially about the barriers which inhibit and limit the development and efficiency of mentioned firms.
Tableau de Bord
Tableau de Bord
Corporates operating in variable environment need to create and implement the strategy, that can assure the competitive vantage. This causes the necessity of continuous development of previous management tools or adaptation of new solutions. One of these tools is Tableau de Bord (French scorecard). It is the oldest, complex concept of corporate performance measurement (appeared in the 1930s). Moreover, the French-style Tableau de Bord is often compared or contrasted with its American equivalent – the Balanced Scorecard (nowadays the most popular method of strategy implementation). The goal of the article is presentation of Tableau de Bord in the context of its classification, areas of using, advantages and faults, as well comparison with the Balanced Scorecard.
Adam Redmer, Marcin Kiciński, Radosław Rybak
Zarządzanie samochodowym taborem ciężarowym – istota i zakres
Reight fleet management – the essence and the scope
Fleets constitute the most important production mean in the transportation industry. Their appropriate management is crucial for the whole branch. The paper is the first one from the series of three papers that the Authors dedicate to the freight fleet management topic. The paper presents the essence and the scope of the freight fleet management.
The topic is discussed against a broader background of the general management theory and the situation of freight vehicles in Poland over the last years. The changes to the freight fleet structure that occurred within the years 2004-2011 are presented and carefully discussed. Moreover, the general management and the fleet management especially, including their levels and areas, are defined. The literature review on fleet management is presented as well. And finally, Authors’ own research defining the scope of the fleet management is presented based on the survey of real-life posts and attributed to them tasks. As a result the list of typical fleet management decision problems broken down into management levels and areas has been developed. The paper will be continued in two further papers dedicated to fleet management methods and fleet management case studies.
Czynnik ludzki w organizacji logistyki wewnętrznej przedsiębiorstw produkcyjnych
Personnel capital in organization of logistics in manufacturing enterprise
The article show changes in manufacturing enterprises of traditional industries (metallurgy, coal-mine) in period 1990-2013. In first part of the article situation in enterprises before restructuring process and other management changes were presented. In second part of the article new situation was described. Changes in personnel capital were characterized in relations to changes in internal logistics process in steel plants and coal-mines. A lot of problems and changes were presented in the article for example changes in structure of employers, changes in organizational structures of enterprises and others.
Mirosław Nowak, Jacek Zając, Wiktor Żuchowski
Pracochłonność uzupełniania strefy kompletacji na tle pracochłonności procesu kompletacji – studium przypadku
Picking zone replenishment workload on the background of order picking process workload - case study
During the consulting projects, related to the rationalization of the picking zone organization, customers are often reporting the doubt of significant workload growth concerned with more complicated replenishment of picking locations. What is the relation between picking zone replenishment and the basic order picking processes? This article is an attempt to answer this question based on a real case study. The results confirm that the frequent replenishment of picking zone, contrary to popular opinion, will reduce the total workload. Reduced process flexibility, associated with a smaller capacity of picking locations and reduced accessibility of goods ready deliver, is one of the expenses of the possible change.
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