Leanness and agility in the judicial supply chain

Isabell Storsjö, Ana Lúcia Martins, Simone Zanoni

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Abstract

The lean approach, successfully applied in the manufacturing and service sectors, can be seen as an approach to reducing delays in courts. However, a straightforward application of lean can be difficult in heterogeneous environments: judicial systems typically deal with a very large number of individual and infinitely different cases. Therefore, also an agile approach to court delay reduction could be taken. The purpose of this paper is to investigate how the lean and agile supply chain strategies could be applied to the European Small Claims Procedure; moreover, the decoupling point and its essence in this context is discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication22nd Euroma Conference Book of Abstracts 2015 : Operations Management for Sustainable Competitiveness
EditorsGerald Reiner
Number of pages10
Place of PublicationNeuchatel
PublisherUniversity of Neuchatel
Publication date26.06.2015
ISBN (Print)978-2-9700901-2-0
Publication statusPublished - 26.06.2015
MoE publication typeB3 Article in conference proceedings
Event2015 22nd International Annual European Operations Management Association (EurOMA) Conference : Operations Management for Sustainable Competitiveness - University of Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
Duration: 26.06.201501.07.2015
Conference number: 22

Keywords

  • 512 Business and Management

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    Storsjö, I., Martins, A. L., & Zanoni, S. (2015). Leanness and agility in the judicial supply chain. In G. Reiner (Ed.), 22nd Euroma Conference Book of Abstracts 2015: Operations Management for Sustainable Competitiveness University of Neuchatel. http://www.euroma2015.org/euromapapers/papers/PUB-01_32995.pdf