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Logistics

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Supply chain risk mgmt

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  1. A management construct cannot be used effectively by practitioners and researchers if a common agreement on its definition is lacking. Such is the case with the term supply chain management - so many definitions are used that there is little…
  2. Purpose – The field of supply chain management (SCM) has historically been informed by knowledge from narrow functional areas. While some effort towards producing a broader organizational perspective has been made, nonetheless, SCM continues to be…
  3. Supply chain risk management (SCRM) is of growing importance, as the vulnerability of supply chains increases. The main thrust of this article is to describe how Ericsson, after a fire at a sub-supplier, with a huge impact on Ericsson, has…
  4. Purchasing organizations are exposed to risk in their interactions with suppliers, whether it is recognized and managed, addressed in a cursory manner, or altogether ignored. In order to understand the supply risk that exists, purchasing…
  5. Despite the growing importance of logistics in corporate strategy and the global economy, the logistics literature reveals little effort to build a unified theory of logistics (i.e. a theory of the role of logistics in the firm). Thus, the purpose…
  6. The purpose of this paper is to provide a framework for disruption risks in supply chain. The stages of the disruption risks management process consist of four components including disruption risks identification, assessment, implementation and…

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