Supply Chain Management is the business discipline responsible for buying everything an organization needs to function, converting it into a form that customers might want to use, and getting it to where customers live and work, it is generally unknown and overlooked in society, schools, and oftentimes in businesses themselves; people certainly recognize some pieces of supply chains, such as manufacturing or transportation, but few understand how important the integrated management of supply chains has become to the success of organizations.
- General Understanding of SCM.
- Objective of the study.
- Meaning of Supply Chain Management.
- History of Supply Chain Management.
- Components of Supply Chain Management.
- What is the form of Integrated SCM?
- How Does SCM Create Value?
- How companies are Gaining Competitive Advantage Through SCM?
- How to link the SCM Performance to Financial Performance?
- What is the SC STRATEGY: LESSONS FROM THE BEST?
- What is The Evolution of SCM?
- SCM Operations Reference Model (SCOR).
- The Great Divide.
- The Functional silos.
- How internal Integration is built?
- The Integrated Supply Chain.
- The Emerging Challenges of SCM.
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