Research Paper On Supply Chain Management In India
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Military Supply Chain Management
A 4 page paper discussing general supply chain needs for the U.S. Army. Though the principles of supply chain management are the same for both corporate and military models, there are significant differences that directly affect supply chain management. Military supply chain management requires the addition of these other needs and influencers. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Supply chain management improvement
Supply chain management, from the upstream supply to the downstream supply, has the potential to present organisations with unnecessarily high costs due to waste. The paper examines supply chain management and the way in which efficiency may be introduced through cost reductions. The literature examined may all be applied within the cement industry. 29 sources are cited in the bibliography of this nine page paper.
Boeing 787 Project Supply Chain
An 12 page paper. The first part of this paper is devoted to supply chain management, in general. The writer explains and discusses supply chains and supply chain management, including the JIT approach. Following the information and discussion on supply chain management, the essay continues to discuss this in terms of the aerospace industry, in general, and Boeing's 787 project, in particular. The writer makes recommendations for others who have large complex supply chains. The stimulus question is: whether or not Boeing's supply chain for the 787 project will become the normal way of establishing supply chains. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Challenges to International Supply Chain Management
International supply chains are becoming increasingly popular. The writer examines some of the challenges faced by the management of international supply chains and potential causes of inefficiency. The potential impact of government policies, difficulties associated with integrating operations between different members of the supply chain, and internal challenges all discussed. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography this six page paper.