[CATEGORY] Supply Management
[HEAD] Turn to the collective wisdom of the field's top experts to understand and solve even the most complex supply management issue
For more than three decades, The Supply Management Handbook (formerly The Purchasing Handbook) has been vital for purchasing and supply professionals in every field and industry. This latest edition comprehensively updates and revises this classic to encompass the ongoing shift from simple purchasing to a new, more technology-based imperative--identifying and managing supply chain sources and strategies.
Addressing every essential issue from outsourcing to total cost of ownership to negotiations and contract management, an international team of supply management experts offers the authoritative, practical coverage you need to survive and thrive in today's ever-changing supply management environment. Topics include:
Dramatic social and technological changes have brought new roles, responsibilities, and challenges to supply managers - along with exciting new opportunities. This definitive reference is the most trusted and efficient way to prosper in this ever-changing field.
The latest insights, timely strategies, and creative solutions you need to understand - and succeed in -- today's challenging supply management world
In The Supply Management Handbook, dozens of the field's brightest, most respected minds address every issue of importance to today's supply professional, including:
Each day, new products and processes are introduced that expand both the hands-on responsibilities and need-to-know information requirements of supply professionals. The Supply Management Handbook covers virtually every aspect of this demanding area, and provides you with the profession's most accurate, up-to-date, and time-proven reference.
Joseph L. Cavinato, Ph.D., C.P.M., is the Institute for Supply Management™ professor of supply management at Thunderbird, The Garvin Graduate School of International Management, and director of the A.T. Kearney Center for Strategic Supply Leadership at ISM. Dr. Cavinato is the author, coauthor, or coeditor of several influential books, including Supply Chain/Transportation Dictionary and Purchasing and Materials Management: Integrative Strategies.
Anna E. Flynn, Ph.D., C.P.M., is vice president and associate professor at ISM and a former senior lecturer and director of the undergraduate program in supply chain management at Arizona State University. Dr. Flynn is coauthor of several books, including Value-Driven Purchasing, Purchasing and Supply Management, Thirteenth Edition, and The Supply Management Leadership Process.
Ralph G. Kauffman, Ph.D., C.P.M., is associate professor of management and coordinator of the Supply Chain Management Program at the University of Houston--Downtown. Dr. Kauffman is coeditor of The Purchasing Handbook and has published numerous articles in management journals including the Academy of Management Journal, the Journal of Supply Chain Management, and Industrial MarketingManagement.
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About the Author
Joseph L. Cavinato is a professor at The American School of International Management.
Ralph G. Kauffman is a professor at the University of Houston-Downtown.
Anna E. Flynn is vice president and associate professor at the Institute for Supply Management. The Institute for Supply Management produces the influential Manufacturing Report, a monthly economic indicator.