Printer Friendly

Browse Corporations topic

Logistics subtopic


1-14 out of 14 article(s)
Title Author Type Date Words
Supply chain management. Sheffi, Yossi Sep 1, 2002 6746
The problem with collaboration: only a handful of companies to date have really bought into the promise of supply chain collaboration. (Industry). Forger, Gary R. Mar 1, 2002 1182
Harvard focuses on general managers. (Professional Development Opportunities). Brief Article Mar 1, 2002 195
Supply-Chain World addresses collaboration. (Professional Development Opportunities). Brief Article Mar 1, 2002 200
Measuring the Supply Chain. (Professional Development Opportunities). Brief Article Mar 1, 2002 163
How to become a supply chain master: looking to increase market share, grow profits, and gain strategic advantage? Then you want to become a supply chain master. These leaders have put supply chain competency at the very heart of their business model, creating supply chain and service strategies that drive additional revenues. Here's how they do it, and what you can do to get on the mastery track. (Industry). Copacino, William C.; Byrnes, Jonathan L.S. Mar 1, 2002 4923
You need to know where you're going: before companies can begin to integrate their supply chain, they first need to know their costs. (Insights). LaLonde, Bud Brief Article Mar 1, 2002 625
The myths and realities of import compliance. (Global Links). Dickeson, Jim Mar 1, 2002 1382
Supply chain management: more than just technology. (Technology). Bermudez, John Mar 1, 2002 1331
The financial advantages of the lean supply chain: companies are investing in software, hiring consultants, and reconfiguring their physical supply chains in order to capture the promised returns from lean supply chain management. Yet the returns from these investments can be elusive. What these companies may not realize is that it's not about expense reduction or profit enhancement--it's about creating capacity for growth. (Finance). Reeve, James M. Statistical Data Included Mar 1, 2002 5345
Inbound freight: often a missed opportunity: when it comes to inbound freight management, many companies are missing the mark. They are failing to pay adequate attention to this crucial connection between themselves and their suppliers. By doing so, these companies risk leaving a significant amount of money on the table. (Transportation). Ampuja, Jack; Pucci, Ray Mar 1, 2002 5819
Siemens -- the e-company: in its quest to become an e-business company, Siemens is pursuing a comprehensive approach that goes far beyond the mere selling of products over the Internet. Goller, Albert; Heinzel, Herbert Company Profile Mar 1, 2002 5319
Price vs. value: The outsourcing conundrum: A Mercedes costs more than a Ford, but that does not necessarily make it a bad investment. (Last). Lynch, Clifford F. Brief Article Feb 1, 2002 508
Good logistics is business power. Sharman, Graham Sep 22, 1991 5107

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2021 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters |