Supply Chain Management

Concepts, Practices & Implementation

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ISBN:

9780195689136

Publication date:

01/11/2010

Paperback

580 pages

242.0x183.0mm

Price: 660.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780195689136

Publication date:

01/11/2010

Paperback

580 pages

242.0x183.0mm

First Edition

Sunil Sharma

Supply Chain Management: Concepts, Practices, and Implementation is a comprehensive textbook on the strategic, practical, and managerial perspectives of supply chain. Designed for the students of business management, it explains the concepts through exhibits, flow charts, diagrams, and case studies.

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First Edition

Sunil Sharma

Description

Supply Chain Management: Concepts, Practices, and Implementation is a comprehensive textbook on the strategic, practical, and managerial perspectives of supply chain. Designed for the students of business management, it explains the concepts through exhibits, flow charts, diagrams, and case studies.

Divided into nine chapters, the book begins by introducing supply chain management (SCM), its evolution, and planning framework. It includes important concepts, such as customer order management and bullwhip effect, as also covers different kinds of SCM software, which include those from SAP, QAD, and SSA. The linkage between customer relationship management (CRM) and SCM has also been well expounded. There is a detailed discussion on the best practices in SCM, such as hub and spoke and radio frequency identification. The book also includes separate chapters on procurement and outsourcing comprising topics, such as vendor rating and development, e-procurement, and purchasing, issues, challenges, and opportunities in SCM, world-class practices, and implementation and performance benchmarking.

With its in-depth coverage of the key SCM concepts, the book will be equally useful for researchers and practising professionals

First Edition

Sunil Sharma

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introduction to Supply Chain Management
Chapter 2. Dynamics of SCM
Chapter 3. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in SCM
Chapter 4. Best Practices in Supply Chain Management
Chapter 5. Procurement and Outsourcing Strategies
Chapter 6. Supply Chain and Customer Relationship Management
Chapter 7. SCM Implementation and Performance Benchmarking
Chapter 8. Industry Snapshots
Chapter 9. Issues, Challenges, and Opportunities in Implementation of SCM

First Edition

Sunil Sharma

Features

  • Contains a complete chapter dedicated to 40 industry snapshots, which addresses the implementation part of SCM
  • Includes two case studies in every chapter, one global and one Indian
  • Provides a corporate checklist for SCM implementation

Description

Supply Chain Management: Concepts, Practices, and Implementation is a comprehensive textbook on the strategic, practical, and managerial perspectives of supply chain. Designed for the students of business management, it explains the concepts through exhibits, flow charts, diagrams, and case studies.

Divided into nine chapters, the book begins by introducing supply chain management (SCM), its evolution, and planning framework. It includes important concepts, such as customer order management and bullwhip effect, as also covers different kinds of SCM software, which include those from SAP, QAD, and SSA. The linkage between customer relationship management (CRM) and SCM has also been well expounded. There is a detailed discussion on the best practices in SCM, such as hub and spoke and radio frequency identification. The book also includes separate chapters on procurement and outsourcing comprising topics, such as vendor rating and development, e-procurement, and purchasing, issues, challenges, and opportunities in SCM, world-class practices, and implementation and performance benchmarking.

With its in-depth coverage of the key SCM concepts, the book will be equally useful for researchers and practising professionals

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Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introduction to Supply Chain Management
Chapter 2. Dynamics of SCM
Chapter 3. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in SCM
Chapter 4. Best Practices in Supply Chain Management
Chapter 5. Procurement and Outsourcing Strategies
Chapter 6. Supply Chain and Customer Relationship Management
Chapter 7. SCM Implementation and Performance Benchmarking
Chapter 8. Industry Snapshots
Chapter 9. Issues, Challenges, and Opportunities in Implementation of SCM

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