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

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Title Author Type Words
An RFID primer. Book Review 353
Analysts: even retailers aren't getting ROI from RFID. Spiegel, Robert 418
CSCMP publishes directory, DVD. 296
Fixing an underperforming supply chain. Finley, Foster; Kistler, Chap 4724
How to get respect. Quinn, Francis J. Editorial 468
How to leverage your systems investment. Welch, Jim; Wietfeldt, Peter 4659
How trigger events can get the CEO's attention. Gibson, Brian J.; Rutner, Stephen M.; Manrodt, Karl B. 3946
Navigating the border backlog: by being proactive, supply chain managers can streamline the flow of their products across North America. Gooley, Toby 1265
Price war speeds RFID adoption. Spiegel, Robert Brief Article 127
SoftBrands partners with GlobeRanger on RFID development. Spiegel, Robert Brief Article 115
Telling the story of strategic sourcing. Book Review 447
The agile supply chain: the agile supply chain senses and responds to changes in demand quickly, easily, predictably, and with high quality. Hofman, Debra; Cecere, Lora 1350
The consensus builder: Elijah Ray. Kerr, John 1353
The curse of embedded costs: the lessons learned from Detroit about costs and assets carry important implications for supply chain professionals. La Londe, Bud 1064
Web site provides a supply chain technology anthology. Book Review 397
What is an optimal distribution network strategy? Tiede, Tom; Lee, Kay Ree 3232
Why relationships matter: the pressure to improve is relentless. Companies are continually scrambling to reduce prices, improve quality, shorten cycle times, introduce new products, and satisfy customers. Meanwhile, global competition is fiercer, and supply markets are more constrained. The only way to survive and prosper in this tough environment is to collaborate with suppliers. That's why relationships matter. Trent, Robert J. 5029

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