The Supply Chain Management Processes

  title={The Supply Chain Management Processes},
  author={Keely L. Croxton and Sebasti{\'a}n J. Garc{\'i}a‐Dastugue and Douglas M. Lambert and Dale S. Rogers},
  journal={The International Journal of Logistics Management},
Increasingly, supply chain management is being recognized as the management of key business processes across the network of organizations that comprise the supply chain. While many have recognized the benefits of a process approach to managing the business and the supply chain, most are vague about what processes are to be considered, what sub‐processes and activities are contained in each process, and how the processes interact with each other and with the traditional functional silos. In this… 
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