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New Supply Chain Agenda free pdf Is your company delivering products to customers at the right time, place, and price--with the best possible availability and lowest possible cost and working capital? If not, you're probably alienating your customers and suppliers, eroding shareholder value, and losing control of your fixed costs. These dangerous mistakes can put you out of business. In The New Supply Chain Agenda, Reuben Slone, J. Paul Dittmann, and John Mentzer explain how to reinvent your supply chain to avoid those errors--and turn your supply chain into a competitive weapon that produces unprecedented economic profit for your firm. Drawing on a wealth of company examples, the authors show how to activate the five levers of supply chain excellence: * Putting the right people with the right skills in the right jobs * Leveraging supply chain technologies such as system optimization and visibility tools * Eliminating cross-functional disconnects, including SKU proliferation * Collaborating with suppliers and customers to generate a seamless flow of information and supply chain improvements * Managing supply chain projects skillfully Apply the steps in this book, and you build a supply chain that delivers as it should--without leaving money on the table.

About Reuben E. Slone

Reuben Slone joined OfficeMax in November 2004 as the executive vice president of supply chain. He is responsible for inventory management, supply chain operations, real estate, store development, and indirect procurement for the company. Slone was most recently vice president, global supply chain for Whirlpool Corporation where he led the transformation of Whirlpool's supply chain over the past four years. Prior to joining Whirlpool, Slone held various executive positions with General Motors. Slone spent almost ten years in management consulting with Ernst

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Author : Reuben E. Slone
Publisher : Harvard Business Review Press
Data Published : 01 May 2010
ISBN : 1422149366
EAN : 9781422149362
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 224 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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