Logistics Management and Strategy: Competing through the Supply Chain 4th Edition, by Alan Harrison and Remko Van Hoek accommodates a wealth of useful concepts and concepts. By reading this book, you uncover the theoretical ideas and the strategic business actuality of Logistics and supply chain management.
Authors continue to remodel the aggressive panorama and have become one in all in the present day’s key business issues. This book continues to take a practical, integrated and international method to logistics and consists of the very latest research to replicate the innovative and exciting developments in this subject area.
A clear framework guides the reader by way of the 4 parts of the book, overlaying introduction to logistics and its contribution to competitiveness and worth creation, leveraging logistics operations inside the context of the client, supplier partnerships, interfaces and the challenges of integration, modern pondering in logistics and the future challenges ahead.
Logistics Management and Strategy: Competing through the Supply Chain 4th Edition includes coverage of exciting developments, resembling governance councils, the prospects for RFID and the future of exchanges. New and up to date cases illustrate developments within the subject. Chapters 6, 7 and 10 have been largely rewritten, but all chapters are updated with current analysis and the authors’ work with industrial partners.
There are topics on reverse logistics along with green, moral and CSR issues with revised chapters on supply chain planning and control and on agility. The absolutely revised ultimate chapter ties in the future challenges going through logistics more intently with the remainder of the book. Each chapter features case research with study questions, activities and end of chapter discussion questions to assist students explore logistical concepts in operational detail.
Logistics Management and Strategy: Competing through the Supply Chain (4th Edition) [Paperback]
Alan Harrison and Remko Van Hoek
Prentice Hall; 4 edition (January 28, 2011)