Antonio Marcio Tavares Thomé

Antonio Marcio Tavares Thomé
Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro · Department of Industrial Engineering (IND)

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Introduction
Doctor in Production Engineering from PUC-Rio, with a Postdoctoral studies at the University of Münster - Germany. Master in Logistics from PUC-Rio and Master in Demography (Diplôme d'Etudes Approfondies - DEA - Institut de Démographie - Université de Paris I - Sorbonne-Nouvelle). Degree in Political Science (Diplôme d'Etudes Politiques - Option Politics and Social Policy - International Relations - Institut d'Etudes Politiques - Université de Bordeaux III). He is currently a Professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering at PUC-Rio, an Associated Editor for Gestão & Produção and an Affiliated Researcher at the Portuguese Catholic University at Porto- Faculty of Economics and Management. He was associated for Logistics and Informatiojavascript:void(0)n Systems at Cambridge Consulting Corporation, Population Council’s Associate, Deputy Director at Westinghouse Electric Co. and Superintendent - CONAPES - Family Welfare in Brazil. His interest are in research on Sales and Operations Planning, Supply Chain Integration and Collaboration, methodology of empirical research in Industrial Engineering, with publications in journals such as International Journal of Production Economics, International Journal of Production Research, International Journal of Operations & Production Management, Production Planning and Control, Industrial Management and Data Systems, International Journal of Project Management, Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy and International Journal of production and Productivity Management. He acts as referee for the International Journal of Production Economics, European Journal of Operations Research, International Journal of Production Research, Production Planning and Control, International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, International Journal of Project Management, Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, International Journal of Production and Productivity Management, Gestão & Produção and Production. He also acted as referee for EurOMA, POMS, the National Meeting of Production Engineering (ENEGEP), the Brazilian Symposium on Operations Research (SBPO).
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January 2015 - present
Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro
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There is a lack of rigorous empirical studies directly examining the impact of sales and operations planning (S&OP) practices on manufacturing operational performance. This paper aims to fill this gap by analysing a sample of 725 manufacturers from 34 countries. Hypotheses relate internal S&OP, integration with suppliers (IS) and integration with c...
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Purpose This paper aims to improve upon the highly dispersed sales and operations planning (S&OP) research by integrating the findings of existing studies to identify and measure the size of the effect of S&OP on firm performance. Design/methodology/approach The methodology adopted was a systematic literature review of 271 abstracts and 55 papers....
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to test whether complexity interacts with Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) practices by positively moderating the impact of S&OP practices on manufacturing operational performance dimensions of quality, flexibility and delivery. Design/methodology/approach – Three hypotheses are developed on the relations...
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Despite the growing body of literature on sales and operation planning (S&OP), efforts to synthesise the overall state of the art of research in this area are limited. Within this context, this paper provides a systematic review of the literature on S&OP. The purpose of this systematic review is twofold: (i) to integrate the highly dispersed work o...
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This paper’s purpose is to evaluate empirical and theoretical perspectives in Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP). The methodology consists of a systematic literature review, analysing 292 publications from academics and practitioners. The results reveal that the empirical evidence has been initially obtained by practitioners and subsequently acqu...
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Purpose This paper aims to offer evidence-based findings on the under-researched role of finance in the sales and operations planning (S&OP) process, aiming to guide academics and practitioners towards successful S&OP implementations. Design/methodology/approach The research builds upon a multiple case study, embracing five Latin American subsidia...
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The integration of Industry 4.0 (I4.0) and sustainability in supply chains emerged as a relevant topic and, therefore, has attracted the interest of academics and practitioners. Many barriers challenge this integration, and enablers to overcome these barriers need to be understood. Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) have many difficulties to...
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The purpose of this paper is to analyse the global Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) process and investigate the steps to support consolidated business planning in worldwide operations and large-scale supply chains. The paper conducts a case study at a multinational manufacturing company applying an abductive approach. It combines the deductive...
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Digital transformation presents itself as a new paradigm in supply chain processes. The development of technologies with a high capacity for data capture, storage, processing and application coupled with cost reduction is allowing this transformation. Digital technologies were organized into three classes, enabling, integrating and applying. Based...
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This paper addresses the relationships between sustainability and the decision-making process and investigates how the literature analyses this theme through a Systematic Literature Review (SLR). The Scopus and Web of Science databases were searched, resulting in 74 studies with full-text reading. The review presents some main categories of the stu...
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This paper explores the dimensions that influence supply chain sustainability learning, how these dimensions are inter-related, and how they can impact in the evolution of supply chain sustainability trajectories. Employing a systematic literature review technique, this paper offers a combined scoping and tertiary review to shed light into the conc...
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Purpose This paper provides a five-step Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) approach to systematically guide the development and implementation of contextualised Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) designs. Design/methodology/approach A case study is conducted at a European chemical manufacturer. The research applies the five-step approach,...
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This Special Issue of the Brazilian Journal of Operations and Production Management (BJOPM) offers nine papers selected from the 26 th International Joint Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management (IJCIEOM-2020-2021). The conference theme was "Challenges and Trends for Sustainability in the 21st Century", looking ahead to bridg...
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Goal: This paper aims to analyze to which extend the usage of information technology (IT) and business analytics (BA) have been explored in the context of sales and operations planning (S&OP). Design / Methodology / Approach: This study conducts a systematic literature review to synthesize the state of the art of IT and BA in S&OP. The review foll...
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Goal. Today, digital technologies have significant effects on supply chains as companies explore and exploit their opportunities. Digital supply chains promise advantages over traditional ones. A maturity model is a helpful tool to assess the current state of digitalization in supply chains and to guide companies towards implementation. The main go...
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In 2020, the world was faced with COVID-19, classified as a global pandemic, and this repercussion of the disease generated a high flow of information on social networks. Based on a systematic review of the literature, this article sought to discuss how social media can help analyze data on infectious diseases that cause epidemics and pandemics and...
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This proceedings volume gathers together selected peer-reviewed papers presented at the second edition of the XXVI International Joint Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management (IJCIEOM), which was virtually held on February 22-24, 2021 with the main organization based at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Br...
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Management education and research have at least three constituencies: faculty members, the students they teach, and the businesses that hire them. We look at how the research topics published have evolved, and whether they differ by the prestige of the publication. We then assess whether research topics align with teaching and whether research and...
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Supply chain management (SCM) focused on large companies has received much attention from academics and industry practitioners. However, there is a dearth of studies covering SCM in small enterprises due to the differences between the realities of large and small enterprises, making it challenging to harness the existing accumulated knowledge of SC...
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Supply chain risk management (SCRM) has been widely discussed in the academic literature and several models have been proposed in recent years, but there is a need for a model encompassing phases and tools for SCRM. This study presents a systematic literature review (SLR) of 254 abstracts and 68 full-text papers. The SLR made it possible to identif...
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Purpose Studies have shown that a small percentage of ICU patients have prolonged length of stay (LoS) and account for a large proportion of resource use. Therefore, the identification of prolonged stay patients can improve unit efficiency. In this study, we performed a systematic review and meta-analysis to understand the risk factors of ICU LoS....
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Purpose This paper explores how organizational capabilities and path dependence affect the implementation of supply chain (SC) sustainability initiatives. Through the lenses of contingency and evolutionary theory, the paper addresses the underexplored supply chain dynamics that enhance or inhibit sustainability trajectories. Design/methodology/app...
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This paper addresses a research–practice gap in the sales and operations planning (S&OP) literature by offering the main lessons learnt from a case study. Findings indicate that S&OP has been key to manage the enterprise’s complexity and to align internal efforts toward its goals with a positive impact on performance.
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This paper proposes a methodology for evaluating investment decisions in waterway terminals, with the purpose of reducing logistics’ costs. Based on a Brazilian terminal, in order to reduce excessive costs of demurrage, a project is evaluated through the Real Options Theory. The case study involves statistical data collection and interviews.
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This volume gathers selected peer-reviewed papers presented at the XXVI International Joint Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management (IJCIEOM), held on July 8-11, 2020 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The respective chapters address a range of timely topics in industrial engineering, including operations and process management, glob...
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Goal: the goal of this paper is to investigate how Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) is conducted in the Brazilian subsidiary of a global corporation of the chemical industry that manufactures and commercializes a variety of hygiene and cleaning consumer products. Design/Methodology/Approach: the case study approach was adopted. Data was gather...
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Goal: The objective of this article is twofold: (i) analyze the investment in a new refinery in Brazil and identify the optimal moment to invest; and (ii) model the crack spread adjusted to the Brazilian market. Design / Methodology / Approach: The main uncertainties given by the crack spread and the foreign exchange rate were modeled as a continu...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to analyse the determinants of technical efficiency (TE) in dairy farms located in the South of Brazil, aiming for a better understanding of the topic for academics, dairy farmers and policymakers to improve the productivity and competitiveness of dairy farms. Design/methodology/approach This study was develo...
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The importance of this study lies with the significant number of disasters reported over the past decades, the financial volume traded, and due the associated damages and losses. Despite its importance, finding an economic cost assessment methodology to address disasters of small and large proportions as well as to cover all disaster cost types is...
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Time series analysis with explanatory variables encompasses methods to model and predict correlated data taking into account additional information, known as exogenous variables. A thorough search in literature returned a dearth of systematic literature reviews (SLR) on time series models with explanatory variables. The main objective is to fill th...
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Drawing from the resource-based view (RBV) and complexity theories, we test the effects of energy management practices on renewable energy supply chain (RESC) initiatives in 151 certified (ISO 14001 and ISO 50001) manufacturing firms in Malaysia. Our results showed three dimensions of energy management practices (EMP)-top management commitment, ene...
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Climate change represents a long-term risk to society, and this risk extends to organizations across several sectors. The risks associated with climate change have both pros and cons, and it is thus important to understand how organizations deal with the opportunities and challenges that climate change presents. Furthermore, big data has gained inc...
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Interest in sustainability and its relation to performance has grown significantly among practitioners and operations management (OM) scholars. However, there is still a paucity of research on the antecedents and drivers of sustainability, as well as on the relationship between sustainability and performance. Moreover, the literature offers contrad...
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Purpose This systematic literature review integrates the findings of existing studies regarding technical efficiency (TE) in dairy farms. The purpose of this paper is to offer a research framework that assembles TE descriptors, a classification of previous literature that provides the basis for the synthesis and research agenda. Design/methodology...
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O Value Stream Mapping (VSM) é uma das ferramentas de Lean Manufacturing que tem sido amplamente discutido na literatura para mapeamento de processos de produção e serviços com foco em redução de desperdícios. Apesar da crescente quantidade de publicações sobre o tema, a literatura acadêmica evidencia a ausência de uma pesquisa sistemática que apre...
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Adequate preparation, learning, and training is required for Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) to aid organizations in achieving the full expected benefits from its implementation. This paper presents a case method for S&OP and the learning experience of its application at the University of Münster (Germany). The “constructive alignment principl...
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Today's supply chains (SC) are acting in an ever more complex, dynamic and uncertain business environment. Increased customer expectations regarding product variety, shortened product life-cycles and volatile demand motivate the need for supply chain flexibility (SCF) in the face of stiff competition and environmental changes. Flexibility processes...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to propose that the effectiveness of organizational design-manufacturing integration (ODMI) practices is contingent upon the degree of complexity of the manufacturing environment. The paper submits that the level of use of ODMI ought to match the level of complexity of the manufacturing environment. The paper pu...
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Traditional new product development aims to integrate people, tools, and technology to shorten time-to-market and boost economic gains. Under the triple bottom line of sustainability, the integration with the environment brings an additional layer of complexity. Sustainable new product development (SNPD) is a new and ever-growing research area. Thi...
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Organizational sustainability increasingly focuses on how to manage new knowledge of ideas and practices that can expand business. Open innovation plays a key role towards effective strategic sustainable management. Through open innovation, companies can leverage knowledge management to an asset that promotes sustainable innovations that influence...
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This paper proposes a taxonomy of themes and a research agenda on sustainable infrastructure, with a focus on sustainable buildings (SB) and green infrastructure (GI). The citation databases of Web of Science formed the basis for a novel strategic thematic analysis of co-citation and co-occurrence of keywords with a longitudinal identification of t...
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Urban infrastructure is a multifaceted concept that goes beyond a set of engineered facilities, utilities, and systems. It is equally a place for local and global governance, intertwining issues of economic growth, climate change, and municipal waste. The concept of sustainability is relatively new and it encompasses a multidisciplinary field made...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to complement and extend previous literature reviews on Technical Efficiency (TE) in dairy farms, analysing the effects of different methodologies and study-specific characteristics on Mean TE (MTE). Design/methodology/approach – The researchers independently conducted a systematic review of more than 400 abs...
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Systematic literature review (SLR) is a well-known research method. However, there is a paucity of detailed SLR guidelines in operations management (OM). The recent interest in SLR in OM has not been followed by the same rigour observed in disciplines as medical sciences and public policy. There are no OM-specific SLR protocols, detailed step-by-st...
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Although complexity, uncertainty, risk, and resilience are concepts of growing interest, there is a lack of structured synthesis of these concepts and their relationships in supply chain management (SCM) and project management (PM) literatures. This paper addresses this gap through novel tertiary and bibliometric analyses. The tertiary research emb...
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Sustainability is a major challenge in multiple areas of the society; within the medicine it is necessary to promote it to develop ways to ensure resource allocation. Cardiovascular disease is one of the main death causes in the world and many resources are allocated to it. Heart transplantation is the only viable strategy for patients with termina...
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Functional integration in Operations Management (OM) is long recognized as a key driver for new product development and manufacturing performance. Design-manufacturing integration (DMI) aspects related to people, technology, and tools occupy the centre stage in New Product Development (NPD) debate, extending beyond the factory walls to the Supply C...
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Laws have been created over the years to curb the impact of wastes upon the environment. Hospital and medical wastes are an important part of environmental degradation, aggravated by the toxicity and health hazard they impose upon living beings, humans, and animals alike. This paper is an exploratory synthesis on research topics related to hospital...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to provide a systematic review of the literature on Collaborative Planning, Forecasting and Replenishment (CPFR). The review emphasises the descriptors of CPFR implementation and models, as well as the impact of CPFR and other supply chain collaboration (SCC) initiatives on supply chain (SC) performance. Desi...
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Purpose – The purpose of this research synthesis is to gather and integrate findings on Collaborative Planning Forecast and Replenishment (CPFR) as a business process and as a management practice; and to assemble quantitative evidence of its impact on supply chain (SC) performance. Design/methodology/approach – The researchers independently conduc...
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Inventory management plays a central role in modern economy and businesses. The One Warehouse and N retailers' operations research problem of inventory management is applied to a case study. Actual inventory classification schemes and management policies for the case study are analyzed. Alternatives are proposed.
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PIP: The Center for Studies and Research on Population for Development (CERPOD) first supported studies of infant mortality in the Sahel. It then became and is still engaged in strengthening service delivery of national maternal and child health services and family planning (MCH/FP) services. CERPOD's Family Planning Division heads up MCH/FP progra...
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Three multivariate methods--deviation from total proportion breastfeeding, polynomial regression, and proportional hazards--are used on current status breastfeeding data to explain an inverse relationship between use of the health care system and breastfeeding in Bahia State, Brazil. Among the intervening variables analyzed--urban/rural residence,...
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The effects of breast-feeding on infant health have been a topic of considerable discussion in recent years. In this paper multivariate techniques are used to examine the relationship between the failure to breast-feed and mortality among infants in four states of north east Brazil. It was found that breast-fed children were significantly more like...
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Data from the 1980 Survey of Maternal-Child Health/Family Planning in northeastern Brazil indicate a mean duration of breastfeeding of 6.6 months and a mean postpartum amenorrhea of 3.8 months. Given the relatively high infant mortality in the area and the known health benefits of breastfeeding, the short duration can be considered to have a delete...

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Dear Colleagues, https://www.mdpi.com/journal/applsci/special_issues/DZRO7N4185 Existing literature has increased our understanding of digital transformation. This concept can currently be seen as a process in which digital technologies create disruptions in corporations, triggering strategic actions that aim to overcome organizational barriers, develop new and innovative initiatives, and create value. Given the energy sector in the European Union (EU) is currently at a crossroads, it is a good opportunity investigate the use of digital technologies with the potential to change energy production, supply, and consumption. The development of new business models that capture green production and new distribution and consumption architectures can make supply chains leaner, greener, and faster. With reference to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and COP21, we suggest exploring key enabling technologies. AI-based technologies are making their way into emerging markets in the energy sector, playing a key role in EU goals, such as the sustainable growth of cheap and clean energy. Disclosures related to climate change, carbon consumption, or greenhouse emissions are among the most discussed topics. Digital transformation plays an important role in overcoming such organizational challenges. Therefore, this Special Issue aims to contribute to the research area by presenting the most relevant advances in this field related (but not limited) to the following topics: Clean production; Digital transformation; Eco-innovation; Industrial engineering; Sustainable and smart transportation. Dr. João Reis Prof. Dr. Antonio Márcio Tavares Thomé Guest Editors
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