Demand Chain Management – Integrating Marketing and Supply Chain Management
Uta Jüttner, Cranfield School of Management Susan Baker, Cranfield School of Management Martin Christopher, Cranfield School of Management
Contact Address: Uta Jüttner Cranfield University, School of Management Cra...
The competitive drivers of the 21st century are time and service (responsiveness and flexibility). The notions of stabilizing flow and reducing variations are no longer competitive practices.
More to point, three forces separately and in combination are driving today’s companies de...
Guo Xiaolin (Xiaolin.firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wang Haipeng (email@example.com)
Zhou Haibo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Graduates of the
Georgia Tech/National University of Singapore Dual Degree Program
Logistics has become a booming industry in...
A Survey of Information Technologies in Logistics Management
University of Texas at Arlington Department of Information Systems and Operations Management, College of Business Administration Office: Room 630 Business Building Box 19437 701 S West St. Arlington, Texas 76019-0437 Voice:...
Outlining a Future of Supply Chain Management Coordinated Supply Networks
Richard M. Hoppe
B.S., Civil Engineering Tufts University, 1999 Submitted to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN TR...
University Of Nottingham
INTEGRATION OF REVERSE LOGISTICS WITH IN NEW PRODUCT DESIGN:
THE CASES STUDY IN CHINESE ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT (EEE) INDUSTRY
ZHI YUAN WANG MSc in Industrial Engineering and Operations Management
INTEGRATION OF REVERSE LOGISTICS WITH IN NEW PRODUCT...
VILNIUS GEDIMINAS TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT FACULTY
DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
COURSE WORK ON MARKETING STRATEGY IN LOGISTIC SECTOR
Prepared by st. S.Dru...
TERM PAPER ON EVALUATION OF MARKETING AND LOGISTICS INTERFACE AND ITS ADVANTAGES IN AN ORGANIZATION
This study ON EVALUATION OF MARKETING AND LOGISTICS INTERFACE AND ITS ADVANTAGES IN AN ORGANIZATION. This research paper is basically to evaluate the mark...
Logistics and Transport Management Master Thesis No 2000:6
The Logistics Strategy for Wilson Logistics
-A Strategy for the Business Unit Logistics, Guiding Wilson towards
Becoming a Third Party Logistics Provider-
Henrik Malmborg and Alexander Richardson
Graduate Business School School...
School of Sustainable Development of Society and Technology Mälardalen University
Master Thesis – MIMA program International Business and Entrepreneurship
Business coordination across borders within Toyota A case study focusing the coordination between Japan and Thailand
IE 571 Research Proposal: Third-Party Logistics
Sel¸uk G¨ren c o 96017140 Spring, 2004
One of the key ideas in business today is to focus on the core competencies only, leaving the other practices to the ﬁrms that are particularly expert in those areas. Firms are increas...
LCA – Viet Nam – Initial Assessment 2009 Version 1.05
Logistics Capacity Assessment
Country Name Official Name Viet Nam Socialist Republic of Viet Nam
Assessment Assessment Date: Email Contact From November 27 , 2009 At HQ: WFP.LogisticsFSU@wfp.org
December 20 , 200...
Q: explain the importance of logistics / Supply Chain Management & What Strategies and planning Use with it. Discuss
Before the explain the importance of Logistics I want to introduce the logistic history . Early people had the choice of Consume the goods at their immediate location or...
Paper I – Principles of Management
Management: Science, Theory and Practice, Functions of Manager
Evolution of Management thought, Behavioral Sciences
International Management & MNCs, Japanese Principles
Purpose, Steps, Process, Objectives, MBO, Developing verifiable goals
Chapter: Logistics, supply chain and competitive strategy
Supply Chain Management is the management of upstream and downstream relationships with suppliers and customers to deliver superior customer value at less costs to the supply chain as a whole.
Economic Importance of Belgian Transport Logistics
Working Paper Document
by Frédéric Lagneaux
NATIONAL BANK OF BELGIUM
WORKING P APERS - DOC UMENT SERIES
ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF BELGIAN TRANSPORT LOGISTICS
Transforming the nation’s logistics infrastructure
Preface Executive Summary India’s current logistics infrastructure: Inadequate to meet growth aspirations Required logistics infrastructure strategy going forward: Shift to a balanced m...
What is logistics? Webster’s dictionary defines it as “the procurement, maintenance, distribution, and replacement of personnel and material.” JCS Pub. 1-02, on the other hand, gives us the military definition as “the science of planning and carrying out the movement and maintenance of forc...
Int. J. Production Economics 59 (1999) 65—75
Zero inventory management: facts or ﬁction? Lessons from Japan
Job de Haan *, Masaru Yamamoto
Tilburg University, Department of Business Administration, P.O. Box 90153, 5000 LE Tilburg, Netherlands Oita University, Oita, Japan
Abstract If inv...