1 edition of Global supply chain ecosystems found in the catalog.
Global supply chain ecosystems
Millar, Mark (Supply Chain Consultant)
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (pages 255-263) and index.
|LC Classifications||HD38.5 .M546 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 274 pages|
|Number of Pages||274|
|LC Control Number||2015015896|
For the supply chain ‘ecosystem,’ a sea change: In conversation with Prof. Robert Handfield It’s not just the “bad news” – natural disasters, political unrest, sluggish global economic growth – that should worry today’s supply chain professionals. This book presents the notion of supply chain ecosystem to holistically model all the factors that interact with the supply chain and influence the flow of goods, information, and finance.
The last several decades have seen the rise of complex global supply chains. It started with a favourable cross-border trade climate that eased the coordination of multi-country supply chains. A dramatic fall in associated costs, aided by the Internet, enabled manufacturing functions to move to the most efficient geographical locations. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Global Supply Chain Ecosystems: Strategies for Competitive Advantage in a Complex, Connected World by Mark Millar (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
Global Supply Chain Ecosystems explores the latest market trends and industry developments across emerging, developing, and developed markets. Author Mark Millar presents practical insights that will help companies capitalize on market opportunities, overcome supply chain challenges, and make better informed business decisions. "The Supply Chain Ecosystem Framework," World Scientific Book Chapters, in: Ecosystem-Aware Global Supply Chain Management, chapter 2, pages , World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd.. Handle: RePEc:wsi:wschap_
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He includes discussion on the transformative technologies that can provide competitive /5(2). With increased globalization, off-shoring, and outsourcing, global supply chain management is becoming an important issue for many businesses.
Global supply chain management shares some of the main concerns of traditional supply chain management, such as lowering the costs of procurement and decreasing the risks related to purchasing activities/5. Global Supply Chain Ecosystems, written by Mark Millar and published by Kogan Page.
ISBN About this book This book presents the latest developments concerning techniques, tools, and methodologies in supply chain ecosystems. Global Supply Chain Ecosystems explores the latest market developments and industry trends across emerging, developing and developed markets.
Sold in over 50 countries across six continents, Mark’s book has earned praise from leading academics and industry experts around the world. Click the above book cover image for details about Mark's book Global Supply Chain Ecosystems, commissioned by Kogan Page of London (c) Mark Millar Mark Millar's business entity is registered as 'M Power Associates Limited' in Hong Kong, BRC principles of global supply chain management.
The content of the book contains ideas from different sources I have tried to acknowledge the origin of these sources. In this tutorial we develop the supply chain ecosystem framework for the analysis and design of the global supply chain networks.
In our view the supply chain ecosystem is a composition of networks of companies, countries and their governments, other industrial, social and political organizations, infrastructure, logistics and information.
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today’s supply chains encompass complex webs of interdependencies, frequently spanning the globe, designed and deployed to optimize critical attributes – such as speed, agility, and resilience – that drive competitive advantage.
11) Global Supply Chain Ecosystems: Strategies for Competitive Advantage in a Complex World by Mark Millar provides. “Global Supply Chain Ecosystems” In the 21st century, the steps in your supply lines form supply chain ecosystems – an intricate interweaving of information and product flows connecting “organizations, industries and economies.” A developed supply chain ecosystem provides a tactical, multifaceted and worldwide competitive advantage.8/10().
A developed supply chain ecosystem provides a tactical, multifaceted and worldwide competitive advantage. New rivals face great difficulty entering or competing with an already established system.
Through a number of real-life case studies, the authors use the ecosystem framework to study the governance, risk, innovation, and performance issues in supply chain management, and also to redesign the management techniques for global supply chains.
In doing so, this book makes a unique contribution to the theory and practice of supply chain. Mark Millar is recognised in Asia as a thought leader in Supply Chain Management.
His book Global Supply Chain Ecosystems provides new insights on the multi-dimensional touch points across the supply chain. I strongly recommend this book to both seasoned professionals and college students seeking to embrace this industry. Global Supply Chain Ecosystems provides invaluable advice on developing strategies for competitive advantage in a complex, connected world.
For these complex manufacturers, companies will soon no longer compete company against company but ecosystem against ecosystem. As a result, in order to mitigate the vulnerabilities of their global supply chains, companies need to embrace a supply chain ecosystem view.
Relationships with ecosystem partners will change. His new book Global Supply Chain Ecosystems provides new insight on the multi-dimensional touchpoints across the supply chain, combined with a three-dimensional perspective on the complex ecosystem that dynamically interacts and ultimately defines the optimal movement of product across the globe/5(3).
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