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Supply Chain Management and Knowledge Management: Integrating Critical Perspectives in Theory and Practice Hardcover – 1 Jan 2009
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This text aims to contribute to building bridges between the Supply Chain Management and Knowledge Management paradigms and extend critical thinking in these disciplines
This text aims to contribute to building bridges between the Supply Chain Management and Knowledge Management paradigms and extend critical thinking in these disciplines.This text brings together research insights from these two fields for the first time. The text presents both theoretical and empirical research into the value of Knowledge Management in Supply Chain Management (SCM), and how supply chain partners can use Information Technologies (IT) to improve organizational performance and gain strategic advantage in high velocity market-driven supply chains. It addresses current issues and discusses the impact of information technology on SCM. The text concludes with a summary of how advances in IT are likely to have an impact on SCM in the future.Advances in IT have transformed the way organizations interact with each other. To enable organizations to respond to this change, new management paradigms have evolved. This text looks at the value of knowledge management in supply chain management and how supply chain partners can use IT to improve organizational performance.See all Product description
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