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The Executive's Guide to Supply Management Strategies: Building Supply Chain Thinking into All Business Processes Hardcover – 30 Nov 1997
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Supply chain management is the range of activities from obtaining materials through to creating products. This text aims to explain to executives how to strategically manage the process to maximum advantage.
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Amazon.com: 3 reviews
Plain ole guy
must read for the "C" suite
23 January 2009 - Published on Amazon.com
This is a must read for the "C" suite that think they know supply chain but really don't. This is a great primer to get the fundamentals of supply chain. Even with all the changes in the world since this book was writtten, it is still accurate. Having done numerous supply chain turn arounds for various companies, in different industries, this is what I recommend they read, so after I leave they can continue to make the right decisions.
R. E. Mansfield Jr.
Here's a good coverage of SCM with implementation flavor
30 November 1999 - Published on Amazon.com
32 people found this helpful.
As the title clearly states, this is an "executive guide" to SCM. The authors give a good, broad coverage of the major issues. Like most AMACOM books this is an easy read, but gives one plenty to think about, particularly those new to the subject. The emphasis is on how one could use SCM concepts and chapters end with a short "implementation guide." The coverage is broad and comprehensive enough to give the reader all the topics needed for further detailed investigation. The tables, figures and diagrams are good and useful. For my liking a few case studies/practical examples would help; and some treatment of information technology would have been useful. If you're not an expert already and want to get most all the basics in one place, this book will do it for you.
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