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3286619__supply_chain_management_ - Supply Chain Management...

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Supply Chain Management 1 Running head: THE IMPACT OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ON The Impact of Supply Chain Management Practices on Competitive Advantage and Organizational Performance [Author’s Name] [Institution’s Name]
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Supply Chain Management 2 Abstract The concepts ‘supply chain’ and ‘supply chain management’ have a variety of different meanings. This differentiation is a reflection of the fact that these terms emerged from the world of commerce and that most research conducted to date has been applied rather than theoretical. There has not been an attempt to find a common thread through the research findings and arguments. In most cases research findings and conclusions are important only within the context of their study and their ability to be generalized is limited. Although there have been attempts to define conceptual frameworks for supply chains most of these frameworks are specific rather than general in scope. Therefore, can further research into supply chains and supply chain management benefit by an abstraction from the real world to identify more fundamental and presumably more generic, features of supply chains and activities of supply chain management? The answer to this question forms the central focus of the discussion outlined in the rest of this paper.
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Supply Chain Management 3 Table of Contents CHAPTER 1: AN OVERVIEW OF THE RESEARCH 1.1 Introduction: 1.2 Background. 1.3 Thesis structure 1.4 Introduction to Supply chain Management. 1.4.1 Definition of Supply Chain Management? 1.4.2 Value Chain Versus Supply Chain Management? 1.4.3 Linking Value Chain Analysis to Competitive Advantage 1.4.4 Similarities and Differences between a Supply Chain and a Value Chain 1.4.5 Supply chain management evolution 1.4.6 The Benefits of Promoting a Sustainable Supply Chain 1.4.7 Barriers to the High-performance Supply Chains 1.5 Stating the objective and Contribution of the research 1.6 The significant importance of the study 1.7 Research implication and limitations 1.8 CHAPTER 2: LITERETURE REVIEW 2.1 Supply Chain Management Practices 2.1.1 Strategic Supplier Partnership. 2.1.2 Customer Relationship. 2.1.3 Level of Information Sharing. 2.1.4 Quality of Information Sharing. 2.1.5 Postponement 2.2 Organizations competitive advantages. 2.2.1 Price/cost 2.2.2 Quality 2.2.3 Delivery Dependability 2.2.4 Product Innovation 2.2.5 Time to Market 2.3 Organizational performance 2.3.1 Operational performance: Flexibility Cost effectiveness Responsiveness. delivery
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Supply Chain Management 4 Productivity 2.3.2 Organizational Performance Financial performance - Market share - ROI - Sales volume - Return on assets 2.4 Void and replication in the Literature review CHAPTER 3: RESEARCH PROBLEM AND HYPOTHESIS 3.1 Research Problem Statement. 3.2 Research hypothesis .
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2010 for the course MANAGEMENT EM-14793 taught by Professor Lindaryaan during the Spring '08 term at Windsor.

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