Dynamic Supply Chain Alignmentby John Gattorna
Pub. Date: 07/01/2009
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
In the 21st Century business environment, where extended organizations rely on suppliers, outsourced partners and alliances, the supply chain IS the business. Now, in the follow-up to his hugely successful Strategic Supply Chain Alignment, called Dynamic Supply Chain Alignment, John Gattorna explores how to create and sustain multiple supply chains with a level of
In the 21st Century business environment, where extended organizations rely on suppliers, outsourced partners and alliances, the supply chain IS the business. Now, in the follow-up to his hugely successful Strategic Supply Chain Alignment, called Dynamic Supply Chain Alignment, John Gattorna explores how to create and sustain multiple supply chains with a level of flexibility and responsiveness that allow you to respond to opportunities and threats; how to align your suppliers, your partners AND your customers.
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Table of Contents
Preface; Prelude: Findings of expert panels - shades of things to come, John Gattorna and Anna Game-Lopata. People powering supply chains, John Gattorna; 'Requisite' collaboration in enterprise supply chains, John Gattorna; Building relationships that create value, Richard Wilding and Andrew Humphries; Lean and agile supply chains, John Gattorna; The evolution of fully flexible supply chains, Kate Hughes; Humanitarian supply chains in action, Kimberly Winter; Enhanced civil-military collaboration in humanitarian supply chains, Michael Whiting; Revisiting and refining Lee's 'triple-A supply chain', John Gattorna; Designing supply chain organizations for peak-performance, John Gattorna; The supply-side view and reverse logistics, John Gattorna and Deborah Ellis; Sales and operations planning - the critical ingredients in supply chain operations, Scott Githens; Supply chain integration layer, Nigel Jones; Supply chain configurations and the impact of different pricing strategies, Chung Chee Kong; Performance measurement - shaping supply chain sub-cultures, Linda Nuthall; Using network optimization modeling techniques to resolve supply chain complexity and achieve aligned operations, Deborah Ellis; DHL Taiwan - aligning the express business with customers, Stuart Whiting; Aligning Fonterra's global supply chain network, Nigel Jones; Supply chain alignment - Brazilian style, Carlos Frederico Bremer, Rodrigo Cambiaghi Azevedo, Carlos Aravechia and Lucas Cley da Horta; Supply chain alignment - European style, Janet Godsell; Corporate social responsibility in enterprise supply chains, Mark Reynolds and Leeora Black; Building sustainable supply chains for the future, Mike Bernon; Managing disruptions in contemporary supply chains, Kevin B. Hendriks and Vinod R.Singhal; The coming of age of third party logistics providers, Jeremy Clarke and John Gattorna; Tax-aligned supply chains, Brett Campbell and Alyson Rodi; The emergence of national logistics cities, Pieter Nagel, Michael Proffitt, Keith Toh and Roger Oakden; The importance of intellectual capital and knowledge in the design and operation of enterprise supply chains, Kate Andrews; China and India - future giants of supply chain developments in the twenty-first century, Paul W. Bradley; The supply chains of 2030, John Gattorna and Deborah Ellis; Last word, John Gattorna; Index.
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