Business Models in the Area of Logistics (Schriftenreihe der HHL - Leipzig Graduate School of Management) BY Regina Neubauer

Business Models in the Area of Logistics (Schriftenreihe der HHL - Leipzig Graduate School of Management) BY Regina Neubauer
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Business Models in the Area of Logistics (Schriftenreihe der HHL - Leipzig Graduate School of Management)

BY Regina Neubauer



Publisher: Gabler; 2011 edition (July 1, 2011)







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The significance of managing end-to-end supply chains from one hand has been the subject of discussion for over ten years. Regina M. Neubauer provides an answer on how such a scenario might work by studying small and medium sized enterprises in the European logistics industry based on her Business Model Performance Scoring Framework. She proves that small-and medium-sized enterprises in logistics are sustainable, i.e. she identifies Hidden Champions that are successful partner in a collaborative business model by offering individualized solutions.



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The significance of managing end-to-end supply chains from one hand has been the subject of discussion for over ten years. Regina M. Neubauer provides an answer on how such a scenario might work by studying small- and medium-sized enterprises in the European logistics industry based on her Business Model Performance Scoring Framework. She proves that small- and medium-sized enterprises in logistics are sustainable, i.e. she identifies Hidden Champions that are successful partners in a collaborative business model by offering individualized solutions.