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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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