Economies are increasingly dependent on supply chains, which have grown enormously in the 21st century. The textbook Supply Chain Management in the 21st Century
prepares students in business and management sciences for this new reality. It is primarily written for undergraduate students, but is also suitable for MBA courses. The book is also a welcome addition to the curricula of technical courses in the field of industrial design and production technology.
Supply Chain Management in the 21st Century
strives for a combination of theoretical insights and models, on the one hand, and practical applications on the other. The examples and the institutional framework discussed in the book are mostly from the European Union. Where other textbooks are mostly descriptive and qualitative, or quantitative with a focus on mathematical modelling, this book fills a gap by taking an intermediate position between these two approaches.
There is an Instructor's Manual available with the book, and the Excel figures are available in Excel. If you are a tutor, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request them.
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