4 edition of Managing Supply Chains found in the catalog.
April 2007 by Copenhagen Business School Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Rene De Koster (Editor), Werner Delfmann (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||248|
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Operations Management: Managing Global Supply Chains takes a holistic, integrated approach to managing operations and supply chains by exploring the strategic, tactical, and operational decisions and challenges facing organizations worldwide.
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Get this from a library. Managing supply chains: a logistics approach. [John J Coyle;] -- Focuses on the supply chain approach by blending logistics theory with practical applications.
This title features "Supply Chain Technology" boxes that help students relate technological developments. Managing Supply Chains book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. Book Description. Starting from the concept that "there is no point driving a Ferrari in a traffic jam", Basu and Wright demonstrate the importance of good supply chain management in Managing Global Supply Chains.
Building on the successful Total Supply Chain Management and incorporating the new challenges of globalisation, this book demonstrates the practical tools and techniques that add.
Managing Supply Chains by John Coyle,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(13). Part I. Supply Chain Management: An overview.
Role of Logistics in Supply Chain. Part II. Global Dimensions of Supply Chains. Supply Chain Relationships. Supply Chain Performance Measurement and Financial Analysis.
Supply Chain Technology - Managing Information Flows. Part III. Demand Management. Order Management and Customer Service. Managing Supply Chains: A Logistics Approach, International Edition Coyle, John and Langley, C.
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Introduction Closing supply chains refers to taking care of items once they are no longer desired or can no longer be used by their user. Smart management of closed-loop supply chains means profitable recovery of value from these items (products, functional components, materials or packaging).
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A business is only as strong as the chain of suppliers it works with. So leaders must recognize and work to understand the factors that promote strong risk management in the supply chain.
Ensuring that your goods arrive on time is only a piece of the whole. Managing vendor relationships, building strong payment protocols, and knowing the. Managing your supply chain involves identifying different types of risks and planning and responding to supply chain disruptions.
Managing risk in supply chains. Coronavirus (COVID): Supply chain support. We are supporting Queensland businesses with resilience and recovery strategies so you can continue to operate. Operations Management takes a holistic, integrated approach to managing operations and supply chains by exploring the strategic, tactical, and operational decisions and challenges facing organizations worldwide.
Authors Ray R. Venkataraman and Jeffrey K. Pinto address sustainability in each chapter, showing that sustainable operations and. Provide real, hands-on examples and connections. Increased coverage of sustainability and social responsibility makes this course relevant to students.; Supply Chain and Operations Vignettes amplify and contextualize the techniques and tools taught.; Managing Supply Chain and Operations Facebook page includes all source articles for every vignette in the text.
Contributors, all supply chain experts with real world experience, clearly define supply chain management, identify those factors that contribute to effective supply chain management, and suggest how the adoption of a supply chain management approach can /5(2).
The management of CLSC differs in a number of ways from managing supply chains in general. The book examines these differences and how these differences may be dealt with in practice, by offering a concrete framework, introducing the different aspects related to CLSC and their mutual relations, in a systematic logical way as well as cases.
The Toyota Way of Managing Supply Chains. January 5, One of the authors of this book, Roy Vasher, described a visit by a senior Toyota executive to a facility in Kentucky he had never visited before.
Despite a long plane ride that preceded his trip, the man walked through the plant soon after his arrival and identified problems based. Buy Managing Supply Chains and Operations: An Integrative Approach 2nd edition () by NA for up to 90% off at Edition: 2nd Supply chain management (SCM) is the active management of supply chain activities to maximize customer value and achieve a sustainable competitive advantage.
It represents a conscious effort by the supply chain firms to develop and run supply chains in the most effective & efficient ways possible.
Managing Electronic Supply Chains: /ch During the early s, the advent of internet and e-communication enabled organizations to be more responsive and cater to their customers' needs in a betterAuthor: Puneet Parmar. Operations Management: Managing Global Supply Chains takes a holistic, integrated approach to managing operations and supply chains by exploring the strategic, tactical, and operational decisions and challenges facing organizations worldwide.
Authors Ray R. Venkataraman and Jeffrey K. Pinto address sustainability in each chapter, showing that sustainable operations and supply chain practices. Delivering performance in food supply chains offers expert perspectives to help practitioners and academics to improve their supply chain operations.
The Editors have identified six key challenges in managing food and drinks supply chains. Each section of the book focuses on. Text Book and eBook Study Guide. On completion of the Study Guide you will: Understand the nature of risk affecting supply chains; Understand processes in managing risk in supply chains; Understand risk mitigation strategies in supply chains; eLearning.
The eLearning includes. Although supply chains continue to be disrupted, there are some steps UK businesses can take to ensure sourcing capabilities in the short and longer-term. Keep the lines of communication open The best move a business owner can make right now is to communicate with supply chain partners, says David Dreyfus, an assistant professor of supply chain.
Managing Supply Chains on the Silk Road: Strategy, Performance, and Risk present emerging supply chain practices from the Silk Road regions that include China, Hong Kong, India, Pakistan, Iran, Central Asia, Lebanon, Turkey, Israel, and Hungary.
It takes a results-oriented, comparative approach to supply chain management covering structural. This book also provides comprehensive insight into lean and agile supply chains supported by tools, techniques and case examples. Managing Global Supply Chains is a practical text with excellent coverage and is ideal for post-experience business students or learning professionals in supply chain : Ron Basu.
Supply Chain Design and Management introduces the concept of a sharing mechanism that will ensure the sustainability of a supply chain by fair distribution of costs and benefits. This book provides a holistic view of the supply chain from product development, purchasing, manufacturing, distribution and storage, to.
Handbook of Integrated Risk Management in Global Supply Chains is an essential reference for academics and practitioners in the areas of supply chain management, global logistics, management science, and industrial engineering who gather, analyze, and draw results from data.
The handbook is also a suitable supplement for operations research. A supply chain, as opposed to supply chain management, is a set of organizations directly linked by one or more of the upstream and downstream flows of products, services, finances, and information from a source to a customer.
Managing a supply chain is 'supply chain management' (Mentzer et al., ).File Size: KB. Suggested Citation:"5 Managing Today's Materials Supply Chains."National Research Council.
Managing Materials for a Twenty-first Century gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Examples of biased supply chain management approaches include expressions such as customer-centric supply chains, demand-driven supply chains, lean supply chains, and agile supply chains. All these propose value through arguments structured upon a limited perception of the complexity of supply networked companies.
This book covers important issues related to managing supply chain risks from various perspectives. Supply chains today are vulnerable to disruptions with a significant impact on firms’ business and performance.
The aim of supply chain risk management is to identify the potential sources of risks. Supply chains present a particular risk to organisations over and above managing risk from internal delivery.
Managing risks in supply chains includes managing the risks of suppliers going out of business in recessions, or having difficulty getting the right materials or staff during economic booms. In the latterFile Size: KB.Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to propose a comprehensive and coherent approach for managing risks in supply chains.
Design/methodology/approach – Building on Tummala et al.'s Risk. Supply chain management operates at three levels: strategic, tactical, and operational.
At the strategic level, company management makes high-level strategic supply chain decisions that are relevant to whole organizations. The decisions that are made with regards to the supply chain should reflect the overall corporate strategy that the.