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World Class Supply Management:  The Key to Supply Chain Management with Student CD (Cases),9780072831566
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World Class Supply Management: The Key to Supply Chain Management with Student CD (Cases)

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Edition:
7th
ISBN13:

9780072831566

ISBN10:
0072831561
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
7/19/2002
Publisher(s):
McGraw-Hill/Irwin
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Summary

The best-selling textbook in purchasing and supply management through several editions, this book presents a practical framework for students to apply how firms actually manage the enterprise-wide functions of purchasing and supply in today's business environment. This edition represents a complete and thorough revision of the book, now explaining purchasing and supply management in the context of the supply chain, which. has begun to dominate the literature in the field. World Class Supply ManagementSM: The Key to Supply Chain Management, Seventh Edition, reflects that change in focus, right down to the title (formerly called, more traditionally, Purchasing and Supply Management; now with the subtitle that specifically references the book's increased focus on supply-chain issues). New chapters have been added to the beginning and end of the text, to frame the new discussion of supply chain issues. The book has also been thoroughly updated to reflect the realities of purchasing and supply management in the digital age.

Author Biography

David N. Burt is Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management and Director of the University of San Diego's undergraduate and graduate programs in supply chain management.

Table of Contents

I The Foundation

1. World Class Supply Management

2. Purchasing Becomes Supply Management

3. Supply Management: An Organization-Spanning Activity

4. Supply Management: Implementor of Three of the Firms Social Responsibilities

II. Enabling Concepts

5. Buyer-Supplier Relationships

6. Cross-Functional Teams

7. Quality Management

8. Total Cost of Ownership

9. e-Commerce II

III. The Requirements Process

10. New Product Development

11. Specifications and Standardization

12. The Procurement of Equipment

13. Purchasing Services

IV. Strategic Sourcing

14. Outsourcing:To Make or To Buy

15. Sourcing

16. Global Supply Management

V. Strategic Cost Management

17. Pricing

18. Cost Analysis

19. Types of Compensation

20. Negotiation

VI. Relationship Management

21. Relationship and Contract Management

22. Supplier Development

23. Ethical and Professional Standards

24. Legal Considerations

VII.Institutional and Government Procurement

25. Institutional Supply Management

26. Government Procurement

VIII.World Class Supply Chain Management

27. Toward World Class Supply Chain Management



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