SUPPLY CHAIN Project Management


SUPPLY CHAIN Project Management

Why This Book?
Other books in this series, like the Handbook of Supply Chain Management and Retail Supply Chain Management, assert that managing supply chains requires new ways of doing traditional management tasks. These “old” tasks include making and delivering products and services, developing new products and services, and a host of administrative tasks. The emergence of supply chain management (SCM) has made the job of performing these tasks both harder and easier. Going alone in today’s world, without collaborating with supply chain partners, may be a deadend strategy for many companies. For some companies, it will be hard to innovate the ways they work with partners. Multicompany collaboration will also challenge management’s project management capabilities. “Structured, collaborative, and measurable” will supplant dictated instructions to subordinates inside the walls.

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