Logistics and interdepartmental integration

@inproceedings{Kahn1996LogisticsAI,
  title={Logistics and interdepartmental integration},
  author={Kenneth B. Kahn and John Thomas Mentzer},
  year={1996}
}
Suggests that while integration is a term that logistics discusses in an interorganizational context, integration within an interdepartmental integration is not as prevalent. Consequently, a common definition for “integration” is lacking. Literature has provided three characterizations: integration represents interaction or communication activities; integration consists of collaborative activities between departments; and integration is a composite of interdepartmental intraction and… CONTINUE READING

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