This work presents a comprehensive model of supply chain management. Experienced executives from 20 companies clearly define supply chain management, identifying those factors that contribute to its effective implementation. They provide practical guidelines on how companies can manage supply chains, addressing the role of all the traditional business functions in supply chain management and suggest how the adoption of a supply chain management approach can affect business strategy and corporate performance.

Interfunctional Coordination

Interfunctional coordination

In business today the pace of change is relentless, and business processes of global reach are ubiquitous. Increasingly, a company's competitive edge comes not from its unique products, its geographic spread, or its cost structure. Much of the traditional strategic advantages that have served companies so well can ...

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