5 edition of Life cycle management in supply chains found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Toru Higuchi, Marvin Troutt.|
|LC Classifications||HD38.5 .H54 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 340 p. :|
|Number of Pages||340|
|ISBN 10||1599045559, 1599045575|
|ISBN 10||9781599045559, 9781599045573|
|LC Control Number||2007040411|
In a collaborative paper, Deng et al. () identify 5 phases in the supply chain life cycle: 1) identification of business opportunity, 2) selection of business partner, 3) formation of the supply chain, 4) operation of the supply chain, and 5) reconfiguration of the supply chain. This is a repetitive cycle. 5 books for supply chain professionals 1) The Resilient Enterprise The Resilient Enterprise by Dr. Yossi Sheffi, Elisha Gray II Professor of Engineering Systems at MIT and Director of the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics, has become one of the most influential supply chain resiliency books since its publication.
In book: ICSBE , Publisher: Springer Nature, pp collaboration among each and every stakeholder throughout a project’s life cycle. Hence, the philosophy of Supply Chain Management. Relationship management is a term that refers to practices, strategies and technologies that companies use to manage and analyze customer interactions and data throughout the customer life cycle. The goal of improving business relationships with b.
“Reinventing the Supply Chain Life Cycle, is designed for both supply chain executives and college book is eminently readable and is a valuable addition to supply chain management literature. The book draws on the experience of SC Managers to paint a picture of what the future holds and how the field of supply chain management is likely to develop. Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) is the internationally recognized technique to assess environmental impacts of economic activity. LCA supports business decisions, as input to product-, process- or building design, in education, for labeling of product declarations, supply chain, and waste management .
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Life Cycle Management in Supply Chains: Identifying Innovations Through the Case of the VCR presents comprehensive, in-depth coverage of the intimate connection between the industry life cycle and supply chain management, utilizing the case of the industrial life cycle of the VCR to provide practitioners and researchers with key insight into the supply chain as the basic business unit for competition, and the requisite alteration of the management of the supply chain Cited by: 5.
Reinventing the Supply Chain Life Cycle: Strategies and Methods for Analysis and Decision Making (FT Press Operations Management) by Marc J. Schniederjans ()/5(12). "This book presents comprehensive, in-depth coverage of the intimate connection between the industry life cycle and supply chain management.
It provides practitioners and researchers with insight into the supply chain as the basic business unit for competition, and the requisite alteration of the management of the supply chain at each stage of the life cycle"--Provided by publisher.
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Reinventing the Supply Chain Life Cycle, Student Workbook (FT Press Operations Management). This book provides a comprehensive coverage of the key topics related to Green Supply Chain system design and management, from applications of green engineering technology for environmental design, to implementing green value chains through green procurement, green production, green marking and life-cycle management of products, and to defining and developing information support systems for green information management Cited by: industry life cycle and supply chain management.
It provides practitioners and researchers with insight into the supply chain as the basic business unit for competition, and the requisite alteration of the management of the supply chain at each stage of the life cycle”--Provided by publisher. Life Cycle Management The management philosophy that integrates a comprehensive life cycle approach for organizations in managing their value chain is called life cycle management (LCM).
A value chain is the connected activities that an organization undertakes in providing a product or service, with each interconnected activity adding value. Her research area has been in electronic waste management, reverse logistics, collection strategies, life cycle assessment, sustainable manufacturing and sustainable supply chain management.
She worked in several project collaborations and received research grants from the Ministry of Education and Culture, Ministry of Research, Technology and. • Recognized as a leading SCOR expert by the Supply Chain Council () • AMR Institute ranks iCognitive among 6 worldwide leading benchmarkers in supply chain management • In cooperation with our client British American Tobacco (BAT) winner of the Supply Operational Excellence award and the Global SCOR award by.
After covering basic concepts and background, Green Supply Chain Management: Product Life Cycle Approach discusses green engineering technologies, green value chain management, and green information management systems. Life Cycle Management in Supply Chains: Identifying Innovations Through the Case of the VCR By Toru Higuchi, Marvin Troutt | Pages | ISBN: | PDF | 5 MB.
Supply Chain Strategy with Product Life Cycle Stages. IFIP International Conference on Advances in Production Management Systems (APMS), SepAjaccio, France. pp, / The aim of this book is to provide a better understanding with as to how to coordinate and improve decisions about product life cycle, process and supply chain design to improve new product development.
The conclusions are based upon original research of supply chain management and new product development in numerous industries. This book is primarily intended to serve as a research-based textbook on sustainable supply chains for graduate programs in Business, Management, Industrial Engineering, and Industrial Ecology, but it should also be of interest for researchers in the broader sustainable supply chain space, whether from the operations management and industrial engineering side or more from the industrial ecology and life.
Based on the authors' up-to-the minute supply chain experience and pioneering academic research, Reinventing the Supply Chain Life Cycle contains many real-world examples and interviews with executives from some of the world’s top organizations.
There is an evolution in language that includes mention of life cycle, value chains, supply chains, materials cycles, circular flows and so on. In part this reflects the growth of life cycle type studies, processes and evaluations, but it soon spills over also into operational management concepts.
At J&,M Christoph was responsible for the consulting practices, human resources and knowledge and quality management. From he worked as project manager with KPMG Consulting.
He has in-depth experience in supply chain transformation programs, APS implementations, product life cycle management, manufacturing, logistics and IT. Figure 2: Supply chain risk assessment for life cycle management.
It is important to develop a supply chain strategy concurrent with the product development and commercialization cycle — a strategy that takes into consideration risk factors, likelihood, and impact. SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT. TACOM's Integrated Logistics Support Center executes repair parts planning and supply chain management for more than 3, weapon systems.
These systems form the core of America's ground combat capability. When the force needs critical components delivered, whether at home or abroad, it depends on TACOM. Fisher () explains the need to match the appropriate supply chain management technique to product characteristics as shown in Fig.
The innovative/fashionable products require a responsive supply chain in order to cope with demand uncertainty and short product life cycles.
1x - Supply Chain and Logistics Fundamentals Lesson: Introduction to Supply Chains Logistics vs. SCM According to the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals! Logistics management is that part of supply chain management that plans, implements, and controls the efficient, effective forward and reverse.
The product life cycle and its management have become a present standard and an important element of the information structure of modern enterprises. A product life cycle comprises several phases; this helps make risk management easier because it is feasible to manage risk for each phase separately.
Clint: Thank you for providing Logistics Viewpoints readers with a PLM perspective on supply chain. D. Slansky: It’s my pleasure. Clint: Maybe we can start by getting an explanation of PLM and how it extends beyond product design. D. Slansky: What we’re talking about is the full extent of the product lifecycle, from concept to design, to manufacturing processes, to the shop floor.