The global supply chain and risk management [electronic resource] / Stuart Rosenberg
- Rosenberg, Stuart
- [Place of publication not identified] : Business Expert Press, 2018.
- Physical Description:
- 104 pages
- Supply and operations management collection
- The global supply chain and risk management -- Abstract -- Contents -- Introduction -- Part I: The Supply Chain and Financial Implications -- Part II: Global Disruption -- Part III: Inventory Management -- Part IV: Supply Chain and Continuous Improvement -- Epilogue: Supply Chain Risk Management—The Future Scope -- Glossary -- About the Author -- Index.
- The heightened intensity of global competition has increased the necessity of manufacturing and distribution organizations to continuously improve production, product quality, cost, and delivery. Supply Chain professionals must be knowledgeable about the relevance of supply chain concepts--adapt supply chain to customer needs, customize logistics networks, align demand planning across the entire supply chain, and differentiate products close to customers. The goal of The Global Supply Chain and Risk Management is to assist in meeting these challenges as to the education of many supply chain practitioners, the implementation of formal supply chain contingency and control systems, and the continued edification in recent global developments for all those working in the field. The Global Supply Chain and Risk Management is written for two groups, those who are preparing for a career in supply chain and for those professionals seeking to improve their proficiency. The book will teach the best practices, common-sense, high-tech and analytical solutions for the entire global supply chain--customer service to inventory planning to transportation to warehousing. The four major parts address the financial implications.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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