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101 Models of Procurement and Supply Chain Management

 

Title:

101 Models of Procurement and Supply Chain Management

Author:

Paul Jackson, Barry Crocker & Ray Carter

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Binding:

Paperback

Publisher:

Liverpool Academic Press

Date:

01/04/2016

ISBN:

1903499879

9781903499870


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£16.95


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101 Models of Procurement and Supply Chain Management - Paul Jackson, Barry Crocker & Ray Carter
 
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101 Models of Procurement & Supply Chain Management contains 101 diverse and cross-functional models which the authors and some of their esteemed colleagues deem to be of greatest value, and which they have found to be of most use when working within global organisations, delivering consultancy activities or teaching Procurement and Supply Chain subjects to international students studying CIPS and other qualifications.
Each model or tool is contained within no more than 2 pages, and is headed with a short definition, followed by further detail and explanation, analysis of any evolutions and iterations, with an “advantages and disadvantages” critique to conclude.
Further, as a supplementary feature, some nominal direction is given as to where the models may fit into the procurement or operational process, where they might deliver value to the organisation, or where they may be used to develop corporate strategy.


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Collectively, the three authors provide a varied and extensive mix of expertise gleaned within the highest level of business over many years. They possess experience ranging from small fledgling organisations to large multinational conglomerates and within the public sector, and are well placed to put forth models for procurement and supply chain management. They regularly undertake consultancy projects, corporate roles and training activities through their various business interests in locations across the globe. Many of the insights within this book have been witnessed during projects carried out over the years.

 
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