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Dataset: Knowledge Management applied to Enterprise and Supply Chain Resilience. A Teaching Case, Dataset related to a teaching case on Knowledge Management applied to Enterprise and Supply Chain Resilience, The teaching case is shown in the 18th annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference held in Valencia (Spain) on the 4th, 5th and 6th March 2024.

RiuNet. Repositorio Institucional de la Universitat Politécnica de Valéncia
  • Arias-Vargas, Marco|||0000-0002-7586-4140
  • Sanchis, Raquel|||0000-0002-5495-3339
  • Poler, Raúl|||0000-0003-4475-6371
Typical organisational goals promoted by knowledge management (KM) are being complemented with resilience-related objectives in many organisations worldwide. The need for resilience goes beyond companies, reaching their supply chains in a concept known as enterprise and supply chain resilience (ESCR). In complex times where organisations must learn to deal with disruptive events (DEs), ranging from internal events like inventory stockouts to external events, such as pandemics and wars, knowledge sharing becomes critical. Presenting a teaching case (TC) developed using instructional design principles, which aims to teach ESCR in real-world scenarios, is the main objective of this work.
The proposed TC has clear goals, objectives, and learning outcomes, it intends to engage the students in situations that require problem-solving and decision-making. It is an open problem case with multiple perspectives where solutions can vary since DEs are difficult to predict and manage. The case includes detailed context information for the reader to understand and diagnose the situation and, after that, develop and create an action plan and a logic model to solve the problems related to the critical elements of the case. The TC presents a real-life situation, through the present dataset, where an organisation and its supply chain are facing a critical incident, an impactful DE, which is causing severe problems to the flow of products between customers and suppliers. This case has no unique answer, and the solutions require critical thinking., The authors would like to acknowledge the support of the researchers participating in the project “Business Continuity Managers Training Platform” (CONTINUITY) (