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Title:Nabavno poslovanje v času pandemije COVID-19
Authors:Vuk, Tjaša (Author)
Završnik, Bruno (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf VS_Vuk_Tjasa_2020.pdf (1,15 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Diploma project paper (mb13)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:EPF - Faculty of Business and Economics
Abstract:Diplomski projekt temelji na ugotavljanju vplivov na nabavno poslovanje v času pandemije COVID-19 s poudarkom na oskrbovalnih verigah in javnih naročilih. V teoretičnem delu opredelimo osnovne značilnosti nabavnega poslovanja, managementa oskrbnih verig in javnih naročil. V empiričnem delu pa prikažemo dejstva, primere in povzetke raziskav o vplivu pandemije na omenjena področja. Zaradi hitrega širjenja virusa in sprejetih ukrepov za zajezitev le-tega so bila podjetja prisiljena izboljšati nabavno poslovanje. S pomočjo digitalizacije so pridobila večji vpogled v poslovanje, spremenila načine plačevanja dobaviteljem s pomočjo rešitev v oblaku ter se lažje soočala z logističnimi težavami dobaviteljev. Zaradi zaprtja proizvodnih obratov na Kitajskem so se podjetja soočala s krčenjem mednarodnih trgovinskih tokov. Kljub temu pa so podjetja vlagala v odpornost dobavne verige in se usmerila k lokalnim dobaviteljem. Težave pa so spremljale tude vlade, ki so z javnimi naročili poskušale zagotoviti zaščitno opremo v zadostni količini in primerni kakovosti. Srečevale so se s »povratnim protekcionizmom«, ponarejenimi izdelki, zvišanjem cen itd. Pri tem ni bila izjema niti Slovenija. Zato so prilagodile postopke javnega naročanja, se povezale z zasebnim sektorjem, centralizirale nabavno poslovanje in se preusmerile na e-javno naročanje.
Keywords:nabavno poslovanje, pandemija, oskrbovalne verige, javno naročanje, ponudba, povpraševanje.
Year of publishing:2020
Publisher:[T. Vuk]
Source:Maribor
UDC:658.7
COBISS_ID:36492291 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:0KRTIGMA
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License:CC BY-NC-ND 4.0, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
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Licensing start date:20.08.2020

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Purchasing in times of the pandemic COVID-19
Abstract:The diploma project is based on the identification of impacts on purchasing operations during the COVID-19 pandemic. With an emphasis on supply chains and public procurement. In the theoretical section we are defineing the basic characteristics of purchasing operations, supply chain management and public procurement. The empirical segment is discusing the facts, examples and outlines based on the research done on the pandemic. Due to the rapid spread of the virus and the measures taken to contain it, companies were forced to improve their purchasing operations. With the help of digitalization, they have gained greater insight into the business, changed the ways of paying suppliers through cloud solutions, and effortlessly deal with the logistical problems of suppliers. Beacuse of the closure of production facilities in China, companies have faced a contraction in international trade flows. Nevertheless, companies have invested in supply chain resilience and turned to local suppliers. However, governments have also had problems trying to provide protective equipment in sufficient quantity and quality through public procurement. They encountered “reverse protectionism,” which is counterfeit products, price increases, and so forth. Slovenia was no exception. Therefore, they adapted to public procurement procedures connected with the private sector, centralized purchasing operations and switched to e-procurement.
Keywords:purchasing business, pandemic, supply chains, public procurement, supply, demand.


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