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Articles from Supply Chain Management Review (April 1, 2005)

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A better way to benchmark. Gardner, Chris; Harrity, Cheryl; Kate, Vitasek 4138
A path toward collaboration. Book Review 229
A tax-aligned approach to SCM. Irving, Dan; Kilponen, Gary; Markarian, Raffi; Klitgaard, Mark 3261
Benchmarking for success. Quinn, Frank 434
Champion of the profession: Maria McIntyre. Kerr, John 1374
Closing China's supply chain talent gap. MacEachern, David; Melulis, Eric; Roberts, Peter; Tan, Jwee San 4092
Extending the enterprise: in extending the business enterprise to the global arena, companies need to consider three supply chain strategies: partnering, outsourcing, and offshoring. La Londe, Bud 1063
Global realities call for "demand" mindset: by building a responsive, demand-driven supply chain, companies can do battle more competitively in today's dynamic global arena. Aimi, Greg 1269
Large players set to take over RFID. Spiegel, Robert Brief Article 239
Lessons in cross-cultural negotiations: in today's global environment, supply management professionals need to understand the four key cultural dimensions. McGinnis, Michael A. 1146
Making sure the team works. Trent, Robert J. 4523
Navigating in a new world. Book Review 406
Phillips "eats its own dog food". Spiegel, Robert 362
RFID facing talent gap. Spiegel, Robert Brief Article 147
Special report: retail technology: technology's new role in the retail supply chain. 1636
The 10 procurement pitfalls: is your supply chain running on all eight cylinders? If the answer is no, maybe the problem lies in your procurement practices. There are ten common supply management mistakes companies make that hinder growth and diminish profitability. Here's some good advice on how avoid them. Nelson, Dave; Moody, Patricia E.; Stegner, Jonathan R. 5132

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