Supply chain management integration and implementation : a literature review

@inproceedings{Power2005SupplyCM,
  title={Supply chain management integration and implementation : a literature review},
  author={Damien Power},
  year={2005}
}
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to review a sample of the literature relating to the integration and implementation of supply chain management practices from a strategic viewpoint. Design/methodology/approach – The literature is examined from three perspectives. First, supply chain integration covers issues relating to integration of core processes across organizational boundaries through improved communication, partnerships, alliances and cooperation. Second, strategy and planning… CONTINUE READING

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