Starting from the concept that "there is no point driving a Ferrari in a traffic jam", Basu and Wright demonstrate the importance of good supply chain management in Managing Global Supply Chains. Building on the successful Total Supply Chain Management and incorporating the new challenges of globalisation, this book demonstrates the practical tools and techniques that add value, deliver cost reduction and improve customer satisfaction.
This new edition has been substantially revised and extended to include a holistic approach, incorporating the upstream suppliers and the downstream customers. Further updates to this edition include:
This book also provides comprehensive insight into lean and agile supply chains supported by tools, techniques and case examples.
Managing Global Supply Chains is a practical text with excellent coverage and is ideal for post-experience business students or learning professionals in supply chain management.
Part I: Introduction 1. The Role of Supply Chain as a Key Value Driver in Global Market 2. Why Global Supply Chain Management 3. Understanding Global Supply Chain Management and its Building Blocks Part II: Building Blocks of Global Supply Chain 4. Customer Focus and Demand 5. Resource and Capacity Management 6. Procurement, Purchasing and Supplier Focus 7. Inventory Management 8. Operations Management 9. Distribution Management Part III: New Demands and Trends 10. Supply Chain in Service Sectors and Non-Profit and Charity Organisations 11. Globalisation and Supply Chain in Emerging Markets 12. Digital Revolution and E-Supply Chain 13. Lean and Agile Supply Chain 14. Supply Chain in the Retail Sector 15. Sustainable Supply Chain 16. Supply Chain for Major Projects 17. Quantitative Analysis and Optimisation in Global Supply Chains 18. Supply Chain Strategies 19. Managing Supply Chain Risks Part IV: Integrating Supply Chain Management 20. Systems and Procedures 21. Sales and Operations Planning 22. Global Supply Chain Performance Management 23. Case Study Examples