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by Douglas M. Lambert
Author: Douglas M. Lambert
Publisher: Supply Chain Management Institute (August 2004)
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This book develops a robust model of supply chain management processes and. properly defines them so that they can be managed.
This book develops a robust model of supply chain management processes and. It has enabled our organization to understand that supply.
Lambert, Douglas M. An Executive Summay of Supply Chain Management: Processes, Partnerships . An Executive Summay of Supply Chain Management: Processes, Partnerships, Performance Douglas M. Lambert p. cm. Includes bibliographical references. 10 Achieving Cross-Functional and Cross-Firm Involvement Using the Supply Chain Management Processes If the proper coordination mechanisms are not in place across the various functions, the process will be neither effective nor efficient. By taking a process focus, all functions that touch the product or are involved in the service delivery must work together.
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Supply chain management: processes, partnerships, performance. The supply chain management processes. KL Croxton, SJ Garcia-Dastugue, DM Lambert, DS Rogers. Supply Chain Management Institute, 2008. The International Journal of Logistics Management 12 (2), 13-36, 2001. Developing and implementing supply chain partnerships. DM Lambert, MA Emmelhainz, JT Gardner. The international Journal of Logistics management 7 (2), 1-18, 1996.
The Global Supply Chain Forum (GSCF), directed by Dr. Douglas M. Lambert, provides the opportunity for leading practitioners and academics . Lambert in the News. Lambert, provides the opportunity for leading practitioners and academics to pursue the critical issues related to customer satisfaction and operational excellence independent of specific functional expertise. Fortune Magazine: Supply Chain Management. A Global View of the Supply Chain Management. Custon Education: Guaranteeing A Perfect Fit. Contact Us.
Supply-chain operations reference (SCOR) model is a process reference model developed and endorsed by the Supply Chain Council as the cross-industry, standard diagnostic tool for supply chain management. The SCOR model describes the business activities associated with satisfying a customer's demand, which include plan, source, make, deliver, return and enable.
In this book, the authors document over 10 years of research with leading firms, and provide a detailed framework for implementing best practices in supply chain management.