Summary of The Supply Chain Revolution
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Many CEOs regard supply chain and sourcing operations as having “about the same…sex appeal as broccoli.” But good supply chain management and thoughtful sourcing can substantially contribute to a company’s success in the market. Supply chain and sourcing can increase revenue, improve profitability, reduce risk and drive excellence in the business. Supply chain and sourcing expert Suman Sarkar explains how good supply chains work and explores how companies can profit by developing their supply chain and sourcing operations. With the right leadership, the supply chain and sourcing functions can provide more of a competitive edge than product development or marketing. getAbstract recommends Sarkar’s report to senior executives and to supply chain and sourcing insiders.
In this summary, you will learn
- What most CEOs think of sourcing and supply chain management;
- How superior sourcing and supply chain management can help companies win in disruptive times;
- How Zara, TJX and others make the most of sourcing and supply chain management; and
- Why over-the-top customer service requires solid sourcing and supply chains.
About the Author
Supply chain and sourcing consultant Suman Sarkar is a partner at Three S Consulting. He works with leading companies in many industries.
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1 year agoLogistics and, above all, logistics determines the success of sales of certain products or services
1 year agoVery interesting!
1 year agoThe book seems to aim at covering supply chain management, strategy and segmentation and while at it it does not inspire confindence that the auther really looked into how to implement a superior supply chain, and that would have meant to get its hands dirty...
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