Review of organization and business management
1.a high structure:
a) derived from a reduced level control
b) promotes the approximation of subordinates to upper management.
c) encourages the initiative of subordinates
2. those who run the basic productio
Multiplicity of Product Lines.
The style and individuality of products have become stronger weapons competition. Physical
distribution systems every day are more pressured by the multiplicity of variables presenting a
product to pretend to satisfy not onl
The task of organizing the physical distribution is no more difficult than the marketing or
manufacturing. What you should do is remember the basic principles of organization, which in
this case begin to establish distinctions between th
FUNDAMENTALS OF STUDY
ORIGIN OF THE ISSUE
Logistics is defined as the process of planning, implementing and controlling the flow and
storage of raw materials, semi-finished or finished products and manage information related to
this process from point of
Competitive Advantages Based on the Time Factor
1.Centrarse in customer service demands: that is learned by constant contact with customers
about their expectations and focus on compliance, making the corresponding segmentations, so
that the expectations
In the identification process within the ABC model must first locate the activities appropriately in
production processes that add value, so that at the time operations begin, the organization has
the capacity to respond efficiently
Policy level inventory of raw materials and semi-finished products and final production level.
Design and sales programs.
Inventory management in stores.
Number size and location of stores.
Strategies input / output storage products.
Transport and distribution, is another of the logistics activities of special consideration for
companies as it also comes to represent the two third breads of all logistics costs.
Moreover, this activity is key within the concept of customer service, pro
THE IMPORTANCE OF LOGISTICS IN BUSINESS
Parallel to the business evolution, Logistics has had its own development, observed by James
L. Heskett, of Harvard, in the following stages:
In the era of the "Industrial Revolution" Logistics was a byproduct that
Passed the training period, which is taking into the market is segmented detonated by the
different strategies being implemented logistics operators in their activities.
By categorizing providers for the type of service they del
A High in the Shopping Cart.
The growth of value added concept has led the industry to the next step: the integration of
various logistics companies or service "Home or End" in which a supplier takes control of all
logistics functions l client company.