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A Strategic Decision-Making Model for Supply Chain - A Void to be Filled

@inproceedings{Wemnr2008ASD,
  title={A Strategic Decision-Making Model for Supply Chain - A Void to be Filled},
  author={Therese Wemn{\'e}r and Jenny Andersson},
  year={2008}
}
Many researchers emphasize the increasing strategic importance of supply chain management, but there is still a lack of concrete guidance for managers faced with strategic decisions in supply chain. Within decision-making theories, the rational decision-making model is the most commonly used. This because of its suitable foundation, enabling a structure to the complex decision process. The rational decision-making model is today not developed to include the aspects of strategic decision-making… Expand
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