Managing the Global Supply Chain

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Copenhagen Business School, 2007 - Business & Economics - 459 pages
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The world today faces global competition. The supply chain is a vital part of the globalization process. Presenting a global view of the scope and complexity of supply chain management, this book reflects the rapid change that has taken place within the supply chain and its environment. This third edition has been fully updated with recent changes in concepts, technology, and practice. Integration and collaboration are keywords in future competition. Firms must be agile and lean at the same time. The book gives an insightful overview of the conceptual foundations of the global supply chain, as well as current examples of the best practice of managing supply chains in a global context.

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Juliana H. Mikkola is Associate Professor of Operations Management at the Department of Operations Management, Copenhagen Business School.

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