Supply Chains and Total Product Systems: A Reader BY Ed Rhodes, James P. Warren, Ruth Carter

Supply Chains and Total Product Systems: A Reader BY Ed Rhodes, James P. Warren, Ruth Carter
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Supply Chains and Total Product Systems: A Reader

BY Ed Rhodes, James P. Warren, Ruth Carter



Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell (February 17, 2006)



Product Description

This wide-ranging reader locates supply chain management, lean production and related practice within the holistic concept of total product systems.

Demonstrates the strategic relevance of managing supply chains and supply networks to organizational performance and to a range of business functions, including finance, design, production, environmental management, information systems, and marketing.

Considers sustainable supply chain management across the service, manufacturing and process sectors.

Reflects the radical changes in organizational beliefs, practices and processes that are necessary for a shift to supply chain management in contemporary, global, competitive conditions.

Considers particular issues and challenges for micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises.

Contains readings that are interdisciplinary and

international in focus.



From the Back Cover

This wide-ranging reader locates supply chain management, lean production and related practice within the holistic concept of total product systems. It emphasises the importance of effective management of supply chains and supply networks across all stages of the complete ¡®cradle-to-grave¡¯ product life cycle, including the phases of purchase by consumers and other end users, product use and support, and end-of-life reprocessing. It reflects the increasing importance of supply chain management to organizations of all types, across service sectors as well as in manufacturing.

The readings are presented in four distinct sections, focusing on: theoretical and conceptual issues; inter-organizational relationships within product systems; achieving change within organizations; and particular issues and challenges for micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises. An introductory chapter by the editors establishes a framework for advancing policy and practice across total products system. The readings are interdisciplinary and international , appealing to a world-wide audience.