Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management Twelve Drivers of Competitive Advantage
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Description: This text introduces 12 'drivers' for success based on the author's extensive research and experience in consulting. The roles of all the traditional business functions in supply chain management - marketing, sales, logistics, etc. - are also addressed.
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Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 5/5/2004
Size: 5.75" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|Supply Chain Management as a Source of Competitive Advantage|
|Coordinate the Traditional Business Functions Across the Company and Across the Supply Chain|
|Collaborate with Supply Chain Partners On Non-Core Competency Functions|
|Look for Supply Chain Synergies|
|Not All Customers are Created Equal|
|Identify and Manage the Supply Chain Flow Cycles|
|Manage Demand (Not Just the Forecast)|
|Substitute Information for Assets|
|Systems are Templates to be Laid Over Processes|
|Not All Products are Created Equal|
|Make Yourself Easy to Do Business With|
|Do Not Let Tactics Overshadow Strategies|
|Align Your Supply Chain Strategies and Your Reward Strategies|
|Putting It All Together|