Supply Chain Management

kirjoittanut Manmohan Joshi
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51 pages
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 English
This book describes the fundamentals of supply chain management and is likely to be of great use to management personnel at various levels.
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Manmohan’s interactive style and unique ability to engage with young as well as not so young has made him a very effective training facilitator. He has conducted a horde of training programmes in India and the Middle East. His deep insight into the culture of his home country – India – and that of...

Today businesses have necessarily to focus on maintaining efficient relationships with customers and suppliers. This is so because there is a fierce competition among producers and suppliers, and also because of increased expectations of customers. This phenomenon has led to the growth and development of supply chains. Today businesses no longer compete as autonomous entities but rather as supply chains. This book describes the fundamentals of supply chain management and is likely to be of great use to management personnel at various levels.

About the author

Manmohan’s interactive style and unique ability to engage with young as well as not so young has made him a very effective training facilitator. He has conducted a horde of training programmes in India and the Middle East. His deep insight into the culture of his home country – India – and that of the Middle East has made it possible for him to effectively engage audiences. He has also made presentations on various topics at International Conferences under the auspices of UNESCO, and ensured that his practical viewpoints are shared with a wide variety of audience.

Currently a Freelance Training Facilitator, Manmohan has authored several eBooks on Management and Education.

Having worked as Head of several educational and training organisations in India, Kuwait and Oman, he has specialised in training programmes for people in a wide variety of professions. He has also made a Webinar presentation on Personality Development organised by a US-based organisation.

An alumnus of Cambridge International College (UK), Manmohan also holds a Ph.D. in Management, and Masters in Business Management, Education and English.

Manmohan is currently India-based and conducts training programmes for college students, professors and management executives.

Among his other programmes the following are in much demand:

  • Soft Skills

  • Business Communication

  • Leadership & Teambuilding

  • Pedagogy of Teaching at college/school level

  • EMI (English as Medium of Instruction) Skills for college professors

  • Guidance and counselling in educational institutions


  • About the Author
  • Preface
  1. Concept of Supply Chain
    1. Introduction
    2. What is Supply Chain?
  2. Concept Of Supply Chain Management
    1. Concept of SCM
    2. Advantages of SCM
    3. Characteristics of SCM
    4. Objectives of SCM
  3. Principles of Supply Chain Management
    1. Introduction
    2. Further Ideas for SCM
  4. Process Of Supply Chain Management
    1. Introduction
    2. Processes
  5. Sales and Operations Planning
    1. Introduction
    2. Need for Sales and Operations Planning
    3. Elements of Sales and Operations Planning
    4. Managerial Review
    5. Process
    6. Global Sales and Operations Planning
  6. Buffer Resource Strategy
    1. Introduction
    2. Inventory Buffers
    3. Volume/Variety Matrix
    4. Conclusion
  7. Enterprise Resource Management
    1. Introduction
    2. ERM Checklist
  8. Integration of Supply Chain
    1. Introduction
    2. SCOR (Supply Chain Operations Reference) Model
    3. Supply Chain Competitiveness
    4. Plossl’s Seven Supply Chain Points
    5. Supplier Partnership Characteristics
    6. Distribution Networks
  9. Practices in SCM
    1. Introduction
    2. Collaborative Demand Planning and Replenishment
    3. Collaborative Production
    4. Collaborative Logistics Planning
  • References