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Managing Supply Chain and Logistics: Competitive Strategy for a Sustainable Future explores practical ways of investing in a sustainable future through real-world cases which demonstrate various supply chain management strategies and tactics. By applying viable value creation strategies, operational models, decision-making techniques, and information technology, the author provides in-depth analyses of new initiatives such as collaborative planning, forecasting, and replenishment (CPFR); demonstrates competitive approaches to managing flows of material, information and fund in supply chain; and illustrates creative methods to apply data science and business intelligence. This book also promotes cross-functional decision-making, problem solving skills and offers a feasible approach to managing a volatile business. Readers will find this book a valuable resource to solve supply chain management practical problems with a sustainable future in mind.
Contents:Part 1: Strategic Issues and Supply Chain Design:Supply Chain Management and StrategyThe Right Design of a Supply ChainPart 2: Purchasing, Procurement, and Supply Relationships:Purchasing and ProcurementChoosing the Right Supply Chain PartnerPart 3: Demand and Supply Integration in Supply Chain:Demand Management and Customer Order ForecastTransforming Demand: Planning on Supply FlowManaging Material Flow and Inventory in the Supply ChainPart 4: Logisitcs Network Design and Transportation:Logistics Network Design and DistributionTransportation Service and Distribution SystemsPart 5: Emerging Issues in Supply Chain:Emerging Issues in Supply Chain ManagementInformation Flow and Big Data Science in Supply Chain ManagementPart 6: Supply Chain Performance and Evaluation:Performance Measures: From Order Winning to Order Fulfillment
Readership: Business and management undergraduate and postgraduates, MBA students, supply chain and logistics professionals and managers.