Supply Chain Management: From Vision to Implementation, 1st edition

  • Stanley E. Fawcett
  • Lisa M. Ellram
  • Jeffrey A. Ogden

Overview

For undergraduate or MBA courses in Supply Chain Management.

Supply Chain Management: From Vision to Implementation takes a strategic, managerial, and cross-functional view of supply chain management, enabling managers to participate in the vision and implementation of world-class supply chain networks. To achieve this, the text introduces a Supply Chain Roadmap process model as a guiding framework for designing and implementing integrated supply chains. Readers gain the knowledge and analytical tools to perform analysis and act as change agents within their organizations.

Table of contents

Part I: The Building Blocks of Supply Chain Management

1. Supply Chain Management and Competitive Strategy

2. Customer Fulfillment Strategies

3. Process Thinking: SCM's Foundation

4. The New Product Development Process: Managing the Idea Infrastructure

5. The Order Fulfillment Process: Managing the Physical Flow Infrastructure

 

Part II: Designing the Supply Chain

6. Scanning and Global Supply Chain Design

7. Supply Chain Mapping

8. Supply Chain Cost Management

9. Core Competencies and Outsourcing

10. Supply Chain Rationalization and Role Shifting

 

Part III: Collaborating Across the Supply Chain

11. Relationship Management

12. Information Sharing

13. Performance Measurement

14. People Management: Bridge or Barrier to SCM

15. Collaborative Innovation

Published by Pearson (October 16th 2006) - Copyright © 2007