Competitive Supply Chains: A Value-Based Management Perspective by E. YücesanCompetitive Supply Chains: A Value-Based Management Perspective by E. Yücesan

Competitive Supply Chains: A Value-Based Management Perspective

byE. Yücesan

Hardcover | July 3, 2007

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This book emphasizes three key messages:
Value: While the traditional approaches to supply chain management have favoured cost minimalization, the authors believe that SCM is a value enabler with strategic decisions in supply chain design leading to value creation and tactical decisions in supply chain coordination leading to value capture.
Alignment: While trust-based collaborative practices are the ultimate goal, adequate economic incentives should be designed to ensure the much needed alignment.
Sustainability: Supply chain design should be viewed as a dynamic process rather than a set of activities held together by low transaction costs.
ENVER YÜCESAN is Professor of Operations Research at INSEAD, France. His main teaching and research activities focus on manufacturing, telecommunications and service environments. He is a specialist in computer simulation with an emphasis on large-scale industrial applications and performance analysis. He has also been actively involv...
Title:Competitive Supply Chains: A Value-Based Management PerspectiveFormat:HardcoverDimensions:144 pagesPublished:July 3, 2007Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230515673

ISBN - 13:9780230515673

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Table of Contents

Introduction * Value Based Management * Value Creation: Dynamic Supply Chain Design * Value Creation: Assessing the Cost-Service Trade-Off * Value Capture: Aligning Supply Chain Partners * Impact of Technology on SCM * Service Supply Chains * Concluding Comments