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Supply Chain Management

Your suppliers can offer you so much more than raw materials and parts. Become an expert in logistics and learn how to leverage your supplier network while saving time and money.

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Supply Chain Risk
Book
 

John Manners-Bell

Kogan Page, 2014

(9)

Distribution Channels
Book

Julian Dent

Kogan Page, 2011

(8)

What Nonprofits Can Learn from Coca-Cola
Video

Melinda French Gates

TED Conferences LLC, 2010

(8)

Procurement 20/20
Book
 

Peter Spiller et al.

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2013

(8)

The Technology Machine
Book
 

Patricia E. Moody and Richard E. Morley

Free Press, 1999

(9)

Key Account Management
Book

Peter Cheverton

Kogan Page, 2004

(6)

Demand Management Best Practices
Book

Colleen Crum and George E. Palmatier

J. Ross, 2003

(8)

FedEx Delivers
Book

Madan Birla

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2005

(7)

Eco-Business
Book

Peter Dauvergne and Jane Lister

MIT Press, 2013

(9)

The Supply-Based Advantage
Book
 

Stephen C. Rogers

AMACOM, 2009

(8)

The Long Tail
Book
 

Chris Anderson

Hyperion, 2006

(10)

The Supply Chain Network @ Internet Speed
Book

Barbara A. Rosenbaum and Fred A. Kuglin

AMACOM, 2001

(9)

Policies & Procedures to Prevent Fraud and Embezzlement
Book

Edward J. McMillan

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2006

(8)

The Purchasing Machine
Book
 

Jonathon Stegner et al.

Free Press, 2001

(9)

Connected World
Report

World Economic Forum

WEF, 2014

(8)

Waging War on Complexity Costs
Book

Stephen A. Wilson and Andrei Perumal

McGraw-Hill, 2009

(8)

How Companies Win
Book
 

Rick Kash and David Calhoun

HarperBusiness, 2010

(9)

E-Supply Chain
Book

Charles C. Poirier and Michael J. Bauer

Berrett-Koehler, 2000

(8)

Driving Change
Book
 

Mike Brewster and Fred Dalzell

Hyperion, 2007

(8)

Out of the Crisis
Book
 

W. Edwards Deming

MIT Press, 2000

(9)

Supply Chain Cost Management
Book

Jimmy Anklesaria

AMACOM, 2007

(7)

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Supply Chain Management

Your company prides itself in manufacturing quality products that satisfy customers. But that’s only half the equation. You need an efficient system to procure raw materials from your suppliers and get your goods to consumers – on time and in sufficient quantities. Ensuring that all the links in your supply chain are sturdy and interconnected is a formidable challenge for even the most proficient organizations. If you’re struggling with supply chain management or just looking for confirmation that you’re headed in the right direction, you’ve come to the right place. getAbstract, the world’s largest supplier of business book summaries, is a reliable go-to source for a wide range of commercial solutions, including supply chain logistics. The material in this category covers every aspect of supply chain management. We’ll show you how to establish a seamless relationship between your suppliers, manufacturers and distributors. Moreover, you’ll learn proven methods for building a cost-efficient supply chain that adds value and is responsive to your customer base.

Supply and Demand

One of the trickiest parts of supply chain management is striking the proper balance between supply and demand. We encourage you to weigh the different philosophical approaches in our summaries so you can decide on the proper course of action for your organization. Regardless of the methods you choose, the ultimate goal of supply chain management is to deliver the best products and services to your customers without compromising your profit margins. When it comes to supplying helpful information, though, you can count on getAbstract.