"Conversational and easy to read...A fine book...recommended." (Supply Management, July 2007) "Packed with anecdotes, interviews, case studies, research and analysis" (Government Opportunities, August 2007)From the Publisher:
Packed with abundant anecdotes, interviews, case studies, research, and analysis, "Supply Chain Management Best Practices" offers a comprehensive and unflinching look at the development of supply chain management. Author David Blanchard, Editor in Chief of "Logistics Today", the leading supply chain publication presents success stories through the eyes of practitioners and experts at competitive companies of all sizes and in various industries, who share their secrets, experiences, and accomplishments to help you get your own company on the "best practices" track.
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Descripción Wiley. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. 047178141X. Nº de ref. de la librería AUD4975VGIF102016H0126
Descripción Wiley, 2006. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 047178141X
Descripción Wiley, 2006. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. 1. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX047178141X
Descripción Wiley, 2006. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Preface. Acknowledgments. PART I: INTRODUCTION TO SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT. 1. If Supply Chain Is the Answer, Then Whata's the Question? You Knew This Job Was Dangerous When You Took It. The Big Picture. The Supply Chaina's Back Story. Roadblocks on the Supply Chain Path. Separating the Good from the Best. 2. Anatomy of a Supply Chain. Automotive: Building Customer Loyalty for the Long Term. Chemicals: Finding the Right Supply Chain Formula. Consumer Packaged Goods:The Moment of Truth. Food and Beverage: Cutting Out the Middleman. High-Tech/Electronics: Zero Latency. Pharmaceuticals: Fighting Counterfeiters with RFID. Retail: Optimizing the Inventory. 3. Supply Chain Metrics: Measuring Up to High Standards. How to Prevent a Supply Chain Heart Attack. What Makes a Supply Chain Leader? Learn the SCOR. PART II: TRADITIONAL CORE PROCESSES OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT. 4. Planning and Forecasting: Headed for the Future. A Bias against Good Plans. From Soup to S&OP. No Time Like the Real Time. The Truth Plays Out. End-to-End Integration. The First Shall Be First. A Happy Ending. 5. Procurement: Go Right to the Source. Giving Procurement Its Due. Managing the Changes. Keep Your Friends Close and Your Suppliers Closer. Looking Backward to See Forward. Working for Every Penny. Ensuring a Healthy Supply Chain. The War on Complexity. It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time. An Online Car Wreck. 6. Manufacturing: Supply Chain on the Make. A Direct Line to Supply Chain Success. Better Decisions for the Customer. A Leaner Shade of Blue. Lean, Mean Flying Machine. Learning to Share. Lean Principles. Nearly Perfect. Collaborating on Product Designs. 7. Transportation: Logistics a la Mode. Riding the Roads. Regulations and Deregulation. Fuel for Thought. A Capacity for Change. Know Thyself, and Thy Carrier, Too. How to Achieve Sustainable Savings. Collaboration Is a Two-Way Street. A Carrier by Any Other Name. Automate to Consolidate. 8. Distribution and Warehousing: Going with the Flow. Virtual Inventory. Cross-Docking, Compliance, and Collaboration. Where the Rubber Meets the Load. Can You Hear Me Now? Turn, Turn, Turn. Half-Full or Half-Empty? How to Better Manage Your Warehouse. 9. Site Selection: Location, Location, Location. Striking the Proper Balance. A Site for Sore Eyes. Finding the Right Place. A Look at Gillettea's Distribution Network. Cost versus Service. Match Your Network to Your Business Strategy. How Much Is Too Much? Weighing the Intangibles. Quality over Quantity. 10. Globalization: Ita's a Not-So-Small World. Playing by Somebody Elsea's Rules. Develop a Global Vision. Friendly Nations. Take a Look for Yourself. a?Low Costa? Sometimes Means a?Poor Servicea?'. Living in a Flat World. Keeping an Eye on China. The Need for Supply Chain Visibility. Unclogging West Coast Congestion. 11. Customer Service: Keeping the Customer Satisfied. The Perfect Order. The High Cost of Imperfection. One Good Return Deserves Another. Supply Chain in Reverse. Managing the Relationship. Money in the Bank. Supply Chain at Your Service. A Culture of Customer Satisfaction. PART III: SUPPLY CHAIN STRA. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE_book_new_047178141X
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Descripción Wiley, 2006. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P11047178141X