SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: CONCEPTS AND CASES

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PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd., 01.01.2005 - 472 Seiten
In response to the increasing significance attached to supply chain management in both academic and professional areas, this text intends to build a bridge and highlight the relationship between various disciplines of SCM like demand planning, manufacturing planning, logistics planning, analytical IT management, global e-biz modeling, perfor-mance benchmarking etc. Primarily intended to address the typical and general syllabus requirements of postgraduate management programmes, and undergraduate and postgraduate engineering programmes, this book also caters to the needs of the industry professionals in the supply chain domain.
 

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DEMAND MANAGEMENT IN SUPPLY CHAIN 1292
12
Supply Chain Strategy
34
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT IN SUPPLY CHAIN 93173
93
Misconceptions and Misgivings of Lean Manufacturing
103
PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT IN SUPPLY CHAIN 174215
174
Introduction
216
Inventory Control
222
Intermodal Transport
263
APS Benefits
334
Arrival of Data Warehouse
340
Case Study1
349
Warehouse and Data Warehouse Aspects
356
Forecasts
367
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT AND CONTROLS
396
Glossary of Metrics 433446
433
7449
449

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR SUPPLY CHAIN
319
IT Application in SCM
326

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Über den Autor (2005)

RAHUL V. ALTEKAR, Director – Strategic Services JDA India and a Visiting Faculty at NITIE, Welingkars. He can be reached at altekarrahul@consultant.com

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