Advanced Supply Chain Management: How to Build a Sustained Competitive Advantage
"Supply Chain Management" refers to the means by which firms engaged in creating, distributing, and selling products can join forces to establish a supply network with an increased competitive advantage. Companies all over the world are pursuing supply chain as the latest methodology to reduce costs, increase customer satisfaction, better utilize ......
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Early Efforts Mixed Results
Success on Progressive Levels
The Difficult Transition to Level II
Moving to the Second Level of Progress
The Wall Between Levels II and III
Bringing the External World into Focus
Achieving a Vision for the Future
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