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Surviving Supply Chain Integration: Strategies for Small Manufacturers References Agility Reports. 1997. Remaking the Customer-Supplier Relationships: Business Process Integration and the Agile Enterprise. Bethlehem, Pa.: Agility Forum. Astronics Corporation. 1995. Annual Report. Buffalo, N.Y.: Astronics Corporation. Astronics Corporation. 1998. Annual Report. Buffalo, N.Y.: Astronics Corporation. Baba, M., D. Falkenburg, and D. Hill. 1996. Technology management and American culture: implications for business process redesign. Research-Technology Management 39(6): 44–54. Bellman, G.M. 1993. Getting Things Done When You Are NOT in Charge. New York: Simon and Schuster. Blanchard, D. 1999. Flow manufacturing pulls through. Evolving Enterprise 2(1): 14–19. The Boeing Company. 1997. Subcontracting Manual. St. Louis, Mo: The Boeing Company. Burke, J. 1999. Now what? Forbes ASAP Big Issue no. 4: 97–100. Camp, R.C. 1995. Business Process Benchmarking: Finding and Implementing Best Practices. Milwaukee, Wis.: ASQC Quality Press. Carr, K. 1998. Supply Chain Optimization. Presentation by Kevin Carr, National Institute of Standards and Technology, to the Committee on Supply Chain Integration, National Research Council, Washington, D.C., February 17, 1998. Cohen, J. 1999. Taking care of business. The Industry Standards 13: 78–82. Drucker, P.F. 1998. Management's new paradigms. Forbes 162(7): 152–177. Dyer, J.H. 1996. Ideas at work: how Chrysler created American keiretsu. Harvard Business Review 74(4): 42–56. Ferguson, T.W. 1999. The technology that won't die. Forbes 163(7): 56. Goldratt, E.M. 1990. What Is This Thing Called Theory of Constraints and How Should It Be Implemented? Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y.: North River Press. Grover, M.B. 1999. Land grab. Forbes 164(4): 90–92. Hong, P. 1998. Surfing CATIA. Road and Track 49(11): 150–155. Integrated Manufacturing Technology Roadmapping Project. 1998. Information Systems for the Manufacturing Enterprise. Oak Ridge, Tenn.: Oak Ridge Centers for Manufacturing Technology. Kanter, R.M. 1998. Simultaneity. Forbes ASAP Big Issue 3: 219–220.

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Surviving Supply Chain Integration: Strategies for Small Manufacturers LaLonde, B. 1997. Where's the beef in supply chain management? Supply Chain Management Review 33(3): 9–10. Lambert, D.M., M.C. Cooper, and J.D. Pagh. 1998. Supply chain management: implementation issues and research opportunities. International Journal of Logistics Management 9(2): 1–18. Magretta, J. 1998. The power of virtual integration: an interview with Dell Computer's Michael Dell. Harvard Business Review 76(2): 72–84. Manufacturing Engineering. 1999. Digital cars at GM. Manufacturing Engineering 122(3): 32. Manufacturing News. 1998. U.S. manufacturers haven't yet mastered the supply chain management game. Manufacturing News 5(12): 5–6. Murphy-Hoye, M. 1999. Supply Chain Integration in the Electronics/PC Industry. Viewgraphs used in a presentation to the Supply Chain World Conference and Exposition, Chicago, Illinois, April 26–28, 1999. Owen, J.V. 1999. Engineers do the vision thing. Manufacturing Engineering 15(3): 96. Royal, W. 1999. Death of salesmen. Industry Week 248(10): 59–60. Tanzer, A. 1999. Warehouses that fly. Forbes 164(10): 120–124. Velocci, A. 1998. Pursuit of six sigma emerges as industry trend. Aviation Week and Space Technology 149(20): 52–57. Weber, C. 1997. Robert C. Byrd Institute: At the leading edge of manufacturing technology. Presentation by C. Weber, Robert C. Byrd Institute, to the Committee on Supply Chain Integration, National Research Council, Huntington, West Virginia, June 17, 1997. Wreden, N. 1999. Supply chain management: no company is an island. Beyond Computing 8(4):32. Youtie, J., and P. Shapira. 1997. Manufacturing needs, practices, and performance in Georgia, 1994–1998. Atlanta: Georgia Manufacturing Extension Alliance . Also available on line at: http://www.cherry.gatech.edu/mod/pubs/execsum.html.

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