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Managing knowledge in the supply chain

Christine Fiddis

Managing knowledge in the supply chain

the key to competitive advantage

by Christine Fiddis

  • 291 Want to read
  • 17 Currently reading

Published by Financial Times Retail & Consumer in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Knowledge management.,
  • Knowledge management -- Case studies.,
  • Retail trade.,
  • Retail trade -- Case studies.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementChristine Fiddis.
    ContributionsFinancial Times Retail & Consumer Publishing.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 158p. :
    Number of Pages158
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17532147M
    ISBN 101840830514
    OCLC/WorldCa40543407

    Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management 10 Introduction Figure 1. The basic Supply Chain model At the end of a supply chain is the product and/or service that are created by the supply . Integrating theory and practices of supply chain management, this book incorporates more than 15 years of supply chain and operations management research and industry consulting /5(3).

    the book: how to use supply chain management to drive competitive advantage. knowledge (information, intelligence, and expertise) is a critical organizational resource and is increasingly . The materials take a supply chain process approach and links OM topics to important supply chain processes. A process-centric operations management is the key factor today where .

    Key Terms in this Chapter. Knowledge Sharing: A formal or informal exchange/dissemination of knowledge among individuals or groups.. Knowledge Management: The process of efficiently Author: Anirban Ganguly, Debdeep Chatterjee, Asim Talukdar. 'Managing Information' describes how successful organizations make best use of information and knowledge - the key resources in business. It explains why information technology is essential .


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5 Must Read Books on Supply Chain Management Managing Supply Chain Operations (Lei Lei, Leonardo DeCandia, Rosa Oppenheim, and Yao Zhao) The title of the book summarizes what it is all about.

Single Point of Failure: The 10 Essential Laws of Supply Chain Risk Management (Gary S. Lynch) Taking risks is an inevitable part of the business. The Forklifts Have Nothing To Do. Lessons in Supply Chain Leadership (Colonel Joe Walden) Do you want to know how to improve your leadership skills.

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This guide provides insights into a successful omnichannel approach, supply. Designing and Managing the Supply Chain, 3/e provides state-of-the-art models, concepts, and since I do come with considerable supply chain knowledge in my luggage prior to reading this File Size: KB. This is the hard copy text version and eBook version of the Study Guide and supporting eLearning bundle for the core module Managing Supply Chain Risk which forms part of the CIPS Level 5.

The authors of Managing Supply Chain Networks: none of these has succeeded in properly addressing the basic issue of managing the knowledge and its core strategies.

“SKMap,” it. Knowledge flow provides learning book of Supply Chain Management. This book is for all management and commerce students and professionals across the world. Supply chain /5(37). Abstract. Apart from material flow, other flows also occur in supply chains, including data, information and knowledge flows.

The flow most frequently described in the literature is Author: Maciej Szymczak. Managing supply networks for innovation and competitive advantage: Concepts, models, roadmaps, and more Capture, organize, and fully utilize your #1 supply chain. Contributors, all supply chain experts with real world experience, clearly define supply chain management, identify those factors that contribute to effective supply chain management, and /5(2).

Information Management Systems in the Supply Chain: /ch This chapter analyzes the importance of technologies as drivers for managing supply chains. The Author: Maria José Sousa, Rui Cruz, Ivo Dias, Carla Caracol.

Utilizing the Body of Knowledge from our new SCRM book, "Supply Chain Risk Management: An Emerging Discipline", the Consortium provides education through Lehigh & Villanova. Define a supply chain & identify each of its components Explain how SCM systems help reduce the bullwhip effect & how they provide value for a business Define & compare.

Research papers and case studies submitted to SCMij will only be considered if they contribute to extending supply chain knowledge beyond a dyadic perspective. The challenges posed by. Professionals need new tools, knowledge, and techniques for managing the tangled web of connections, dependencies, interactions, movements, and processes that compose a.

Supply Chain Design and Management introduces the concept of a sharing mechanism that will ensure the sustainability of a supply chain by fair distribution of costs and benefits. This book. Supply Chain Management Review introduces a new series called “Back to Basics.” It’s a look into how excellence in the core logistics and supply chain activities leads to Author: J Paul Dittmann.

To know more about disruptive innovations in Supply Chain, you can read Case Studies available in IT Companies websites, who have Software Solutions for the Supply. Supply chain management professionals should specifically demonstrate skills in all of the following except.

problem solving skills. The primary advantages of a cross-functional supply. This is the hard copy text book and eBook Study Guide bundle to support your studies for the core module Managing Supply Chain Risk (L5M2) which forms part of the CIPS Level 5 Advanced.

Supply Chain Management - SCM: Supply chain management (SCM) is the active streamlining of a business' supply-side activities to maximize customer value and gain a .In global supply chains, managers have consistently struggled with sharing valuable knowledge with buyers and suppliers across borders.

Increasingly, talk of the "dark side" of collaborative .