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'You Can't Manage What You Can't Measure': Maximizing Supply Chain Value
Read about the importance of measuring customer demands, along with the costs and outputs of supply chain processes in order to optimize the results of those supply chain processes.
Publication: Knowledge@Wharton
Avoiding the Cost of Inefficiency: Coordination and Collaboration in Supply Chain Management
There has been considerable focus on and investment in supply chain management; why have the improvements in supply chain efficiencies not been commensurate? This essay argues that one of the reasons is a lack of cooperation and collaboration, not just across supply chain partners, but also within individual companies within the supply chain.
Publication: Knowledge@Wharton
Flexibility in the Face of Disaster: Managing the Risk of Supply Chain Disruption
You might have the best supply chain in the world when everything goes right, but what happens when something, such as a natural disaster, goes wrong? Learn how to identify and mitigate the threats.
Publication: Knowledge@Wharton
Supply Chain Enterprise Systems: The Silver Bullet?
Read about the technologies available to help manage and optimize supply chains.
Publication: Knowledge@Wharton
Supply Chain Risk: Deal With It
Suddenly your supply chain is full of weak links, everything from terrorism to political instability to dock strikes. Could you and your customers withstand a disruption?
Publication: Harvard Business School: Working Knowledge
The Energy-Efficient Supply Chain
As concerns mount about fuel prices, long-term energy availability, and climate change, companiesí attention is finally turning toward one of the most pervasive places where energy can be conserved: the industrial supply chain.
Publication: Strategy+Business

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