Bibliography

SUPPLY CHAIN CONCEPTS

Theory and Concepts

Bovet, D.S., and Y. Sheffi. 1998. The brave new world of supply chain management. Supply Chain Management Review 34(4): 14–22.

Bowman, R.J. 1997. Link by link: global supply chains. Distribution 96(8): 88–90.

Burgess, R. 1998. Avoiding supply chain management failure: lessons from business process re-engineering. International Journal of Logistics Management 9(1): 15–23.


Copacino, W.C. 1998. Copacino on strategy: get the complete supply chain picture. Logistics Management and Distribution Report 37(11):45.


Fox, M.L., and J.L. Holmes. 1998. A model for market leadership. Supply Chain Management Review 34(2): 54–61.


Krause, D., and R. Handfield. 1999. Developing a world class supply base. Tempe, Ariz.: National Association of Purchasing Managers Center for Advanced Purchasing Studies.


La Londe, B.J. 1999. Executing in the red zone. Supply Chain Management Review 35(2): 7–9.


Mariotti, J.L. 1999. The trust factor in supply chain management. Supply Chain Management Review 35(2): 70–77.


Narus, J.A., and J.C. Anderson. 1996. Rethinking distribution: adaptive channels. Harvard Business Review 74(4): 112–120.



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Surviving Supply Chain Integration: Strategies for Small Manufacturers Bibliography SUPPLY CHAIN CONCEPTS Theory and Concepts Bovet, D.S., and Y. Sheffi. 1998. The brave new world of supply chain management. Supply Chain Management Review 34(4): 14–22. Bowman, R.J. 1997. Link by link: global supply chains. Distribution 96(8): 88–90. Burgess, R. 1998. Avoiding supply chain management failure: lessons from business process re-engineering. International Journal of Logistics Management 9(1): 15–23. Copacino, W.C. 1998. Copacino on strategy: get the complete supply chain picture. Logistics Management and Distribution Report 37(11):45. Fox, M.L., and J.L. Holmes. 1998. A model for market leadership. Supply Chain Management Review 34(2): 54–61. Krause, D., and R. Handfield. 1999. Developing a world class supply base. Tempe, Ariz.: National Association of Purchasing Managers Center for Advanced Purchasing Studies. La Londe, B.J. 1999. Executing in the red zone. Supply Chain Management Review 35(2): 7–9. Mariotti, J.L. 1999. The trust factor in supply chain management. Supply Chain Management Review 35(2): 70–77. Narus, J.A., and J.C. Anderson. 1996. Rethinking distribution: adaptive channels. Harvard Business Review 74(4): 112–120.

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Surviving Supply Chain Integration: Strategies for Small Manufacturers Schlegel, G.L. 1999. Supply chain optimization: a practitioner's perspective. Supply Chain Management Review 35(1): 50–57. Approaches and Trends Atkinson, H. 1999. Sun is rising on plan to remove bar between customers, suppliers. Journal of Commerce, 419(29, 379): 1–14. Fine, C. 1999. The primacy of chains. Supply Chain Management Review 35(2): 79–88. Guzak, R.J., and D.M. Hill. 1998. Operations franchise: leveraging your supply chain for profitable growth. Supply Chain Management Review 34(2): 62–69. Hutchinson, B., and J.G. Welty. 1998. Global trends in the consumer markets. Supply Chain Management Review 34(4): 58–66. Laseter, T.M. 1999. Integrating the supply web. Supply Chain Management Review 35(1): 87–94. Mentzer, J.T., and C.C. Bienstock. 1998. The seven principles of sales-forecasting systems. Supply Chain Management Review 34(4): 76–83. Schwalbe, R.J. 1998. SMART 2001: supply chain management, Siemens style. Supply Chain Management Review 34(4): 69–75. SUPPLY CHAIN INITIATIVES Financial Cooke, J.A. 1998. Panning for gold. Logistics Management and Distribution Report 37(11): 59–62. Malone, R. 1998. Balancing inventory with customer service. Inbound Logistics 18(8): 10–11. Inventory Quinn, F.J. 1998. Balancing demand and supply. Logistics Management and Distribution Report 37(10): 67. Logistics Huppertz, P. 1999. Market changes require new supply chain thinking. Transportation & Distribution 40(3): 70–74.

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Surviving Supply Chain Integration: Strategies for Small Manufacturers Manufacturing Adaptable manufacturing: agility to cost-effectively produce on demand. 1998. Modern Materials Handling 53(6): 14–16. Postponement van Hoek, R.I. 1998. Reconfiguring the supply chain to implement postponed manufacturing. The International Journal of Logistics Management 9(1): 95–110. Postponement systems: waiting to the last minute is a virtue. 1998 Modern Materials Handling 53(6): 27–28. Procurement Anderson, M.G., and P.B. Katz. 1998. Strategic sourcing. International Journal of Logistics Management 9(1): 1–13. Handfield, R.B., and D.R. Krause. 1999. Think globally, source locally. Supply Chain Management Review 35(1): 36–46. Hoffman, K.C. 1998. Automakers push for ever-closer collaboration with suppliers. Global Sites and Logistics 2(8): 38–42. Warehousing and Distribution Centers Bowman, R.J. 1998. It's not your father's warehouse. Warehousing Management 5(5): 32–33. Third-Party Providers Menon, M.K., M.A. McGinnis, and K.B. Ackerman. 1998. Selection criteria for providers of third-party logistics services: an exploratory study. Journal of Business Logistics 19(1): 121–137. Thomas, J. 1999. Chain reaction. Logistics Management and Distribution Report 38(1): 55. Reverse Logistics Buxbaum, P. 1998. The reverse logistics files. Inbound Logistics 18(9): 62–67. Marien, E.J. 1998. Reverse logistics as competitive strategy. Supply Chain Management Review 34(2): 43–52.

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Surviving Supply Chain Integration: Strategies for Small Manufacturers SUPPLY CHAIN IMPLEMENTATION Benchmarking and Metrics Dawe, R.L. 1998. Mobilizing for global excellence. Supply Chain Management Review 34(2): 11–13. Jennings, B.D. 1998. Supply chain economics making your shots count. Logistics, Winter/Spring newsletter, pp. 2–5. Mercer Management Consultants, 2300 N. St N.W., Washington, D.C. 20037. Cost Analysis Braithwaite, A., and E. Samakh. 1998. The cost-to-serve method. International Journal of Business Logistics 9(1): 69–84. La Londe, B.J. 1998. The costs of "functional shiftability." Supply Chain Management Review 34(1): 9–10. e-Commerce Gross, N. 1998. The supply chain: leapfrogging a few links. Business Week 3583: 140–142. Mottley, R. 1998. Spinning supply chains via the Internet. American Shipper 40(11): 26–28. Information Technology Integration and Enterprise Resource Planning Appleton, E.L. 1997. Supply chain brain. CFO 13(7): 51–54. Bundy, W. 1999. Leveraging technology for speed and reliability. Supply Chain Management Review 35(2): 62–69. Buxbaum, P. 1998. Technology tightens links in supply chain. Transport Topics 3308: 12–14. CASE STUDIES Industry Brunell, T. 1999. Managing a multicompany supply chain. Supply Chain Management Review 35(2): 45–52. Simison, R.L. 1997. New data illustrates reshaping of auto parts business: firm's makeover reflects car industry's assigning more assembly to suppliers. Wall Street Journal, September 2, 1997.

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Surviving Supply Chain Integration: Strategies for Small Manufacturers Stein T., and J. Sweat. 1998. Killer supply chains. Information Week 708: 36–46. Retail and Wholesale Hoffman," K.C. 1999. Elizabeth Arden's supply chain gets dramatic facelift. Global Sites and Logistics 3(1): 20–28. Lampe, J., and R.W. Gray. 1998. The Bridgestone/ Firestone perspective: betting on the supply chain. Supply Chain Management Review 34(2): 24–30. Reuland, T. 1999. Thomson Consumer Electronics: listening to the customer's voice. Supply Chain Management Review 35(1): 28–34. Global Supply Chain Fites, D.V. 1996. Make your dealers your partners. Harvard Business Review 74(2): 84–95. Harrington, L.H. 1999. The high tech sector: meeting supply challenges at warp speed. Transportation and Distribution 40(3): 49–53. Hoyt, J.B. 1998. Lessons learned on a supply chain journey. Supply Chain Management Review 34(4): 84–92. Margerita, J. 1998. Fast, global, and entrepreneurial: supply chain management, Hong Kong Style. An interview with Victor Fung. Harvard Business Review 76(5): 103–114. McIntyre, K., H.A. Smith, A. Henham, and J. Pretlove. 1998. Logistics performance measurement and greening supply chains: diverging mindsets. International Journal of Logistics Management 9(1): 57–68. Scharlacken, J.W. 1998. The seven pillars of global supply chain planning. Supply Chain Management Review 34(2): 32–40. Manufacturing John, C.G., and M. Willis. 1998. Supply chain re-engineering at Anheuser-Busch. Supply Chain Management Review 34(4): 28–36.

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