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Articles from Supply Chain Management Review (January 1, 2004)

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5 steps to service supply chain excellence. de Waart, Dirk; Kemper, Steve 4930
A master plan for software selection. Taylor, David A. 4953
A practical look at RFID. Rutner, Stephen; Waller, Matthew A.; Mentzer, John T. 4404
Demand collaboration: what's holding us back? Crum, Colleen; Palmatier, George E. 4319
East meets West: Joel Sutherland: at Transplace, Senior Vice President Joel Sutherland uses a leadership style that blends the process approach of the East with the shorter-term focus of the West. Williams, Lisa R. 1358
Europe's new growth driver: the supply chain can open the door to higher profits and more streamlined operations for companies operating in Europe. Bovet, David 1304
Finding the ROI in RFID: to get the most from this technology, it's best to start with a focused, short-term implementation. Fontanella, John 1186
Hours of service--problem or opportunity? New regulations may force companies to rethink how they manage their supply chain operations. La Londe, Bud 1067
How to manage a supply chain project. Book Review 476
People, process, technology: to achieve any measure of supply chain success, you need to keep each of these critical elements in balance. Quinn, Francis J. Editorial 457
Retailers face the question: is the future in RFID? Coupling RFID technology with the new 96-bit electronic product code could replace bar codes in the retail industry within five to 10 years--if pilot program promises come true. Quinn, John Paul 1712
RFID standards explained. 429
Secrets of the masters: contrary to conventional wisdom, it is possible to achieve profits and enhance shareholder value in the face of increasingly complex global supply chains. But only a handful of select companies have figured out how it's done. A new study from Deloitte reveals the secrets of these "complexity masters.". O'Connor, Richard 4711

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