Supply Chain Management for Dummies, 2nd Edition

  • 13h 48m 11s
  • Daniel Stanton
  • Recorded Books, Inc.
  • 2021

Supply Chain Management for Dummies, 2nd Edition guides you to an understanding of what a supply chain is and how to leverage this system effectively across your business, no matter its size or industry.

This audiobook helps you learn about the areas of business that make up a supply chain, from procurement to operations to distribution. And it explains the importance of supporting functions like sales, information technology, and human resources. You'll be prepared to align the parts of this system to meet the needs of customers, suppliers, and shareholders. By viewing the company as a supply chain, you'll be able to make decisions based on how they will affect every part of the chain.

To help you fully understand supply chains, the author focuses on the Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model. This approach allows all types of professionals to handle their work demands.

In this Audiobook

  • Chapter 1 - The Growing Demand for Supply Chain Management
  • Chapter 2 - Understanding Supply Chains from Different Perspectives
  • Chapter 3 - Digging into Your Supply Chain
  • Chapter 4 - Optimizing Your Supply Chain
  • Chapter 5 - Connecting Supply Chain Processes
  • Chapter 6 - Planning the Supply Chain
  • Chapter 7 - Sourcing, Purchasing, and Procurement
  • Chapter 8 - Making Your Products or Services
  • Chapter 9 - Delivering Your Products or Services
  • Chapter 10 - Managing Product Returns and Reverse Supply Chains
  • Chapter 11 - Enabling Your Supply Chain
  • Chapter 12 - Managing Supply Chain Software
  • Chapter 13 - Integrating Advanced Manufacturing into Your Supply Chain
  • Chapter 14 - Managing Digital Supply Chains
  • Chapter 15 - Transforming Your Supply Chain
  • Chapter 16 - Adopting Supply Chain Metrics
  • Chapter 17 - Managing Supply Chain Risks
  • Chapter 18 - Building Supply Chain Analytics
  • Chapter 19 - Selecting a Supply Chain Career
  • Chapter 20 - Pursuing Supply Chain Education
  • Chapter 21 - Ten Questions to Ask about Your Supply Chain