EPIC Global Supply Chain Risk AssessmentContains 1 Component(s)
CSCMP is committed to both developing and arming supply chain professionals to be successful in their pursuit of excellence throughout their careers, as well as advancing our discipline and accomplishing CSCMP’s mission of a truly integrated, end-to-end supply chain. To that end, CSCMP has partnered with the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s, Global Supply Chain Institute (GSCI) and IHS Markit to produce a tool that improves market intelligence, decision-making and risk mitigation efforts for supply chain professionals. The EPIC Global Supply Chain Readiness Index (EPIC) employs a data-driven approach that combines UT’s quantitative analysis with IHS Markit’s rich on-the-ground qualitative insights from more than 55 countries around the globe. This tool is designed to provide foundational and contemporary input to supply chain leaders to drive more informed decisions about how to best operate in these markets.
The Definitive Guide to Integrated Supply Chain ManagementContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
The Definitive Guide to Integrated Supply Chain Management is an authoritative guide to master supply chain management concepts, components, principles, processes, interactions, and best practices
Case Study: Central ManufacturingContains 1 Component(s)
This case study introduces offers the concept of cash-to-cash (C2C) and extension of the concept to facilitate supply chain finance improvements between trading partners.
Case Study: Kiwi Medical Devices Ltd.Contains 1 Component(s)
This case study illustrates the following elements of supply chain management: Offshoring, Global Network Design, Country Selection and Facility Location.
Case Study: Managing the Network of Supply and DemandContains 1 Component(s)
This case study describes how information is used by AGL Energy to match supply with demand.
Case Study: SMC: Managing with Economic Order QuantityContains 1 Component(s)
This two-part case study illustrates the use of economic order quantity to manage conflicting performance measures across different silo'd functions in an organization.
Case Study: Innovative Distribution Company: A Total Cost ApproachContains 1 Component(s)
This case study illustrates the use of the total cost of ownership concept to analyze and compare two supply chains – one international and one domestic.
Case Study: Breaking Ground in Services PurchasingContains 1 Component(s)
This case study provides an overview of how a purchasing organization can try to gain a foothold in an area of spending in which it has not been involved in the past.
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