A new theory of corporate organization

01/21/2013 | DC Velocity online

It may be wise to consider a corporate model in which supply chain management is at the forefront, write Art van Bodegraven and Kenneth B. Ackerman. "[T]here seems to be overwhelming consensus that supply chain management is the natural facilitator of corporate sales and operations planning efforts, with enormous impacts on manufacturing, sourcing and procurement, financial performance, and all of the traditional supply chain, logistics, and distribution functions," they write.

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