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Insightful quality: beyond continuous improvement
Proposes an approach to operations management that can go beyond continuous improvement in managing quality, operations, new product and service development, and the supply chain. Argues that continuous incremental change is not sufficient for organisational success.
Sustainable operations and closed loop supply chains
Tools and strategies for building a socially and environmentally responsible supply chain. Includes detailed metrics for analysing a business and making it economically sustainable while accommodating social issues and green policies. Written from a US perspective on business sustainability.
Sustainability delivered: designing socially and environmentally responsible supply chains
Practical advice for creating environmentally sustainable supply chains. Includes chapters on planning for sustainability in the supply chain, sustainable product and process design, sustainable purchasing and logistics, and sustainable product end-of-life management.
Global supply chain report 2018
Annual CDP report looking at 89 large companies and their efforts to create sustainable supply chains.
Omni-channel report 2015
EY surveyed 42 senior supply chain executives to explore how omni-channel can help in delivering profitability for the consumer goods and retail industry.
The financial risk lurking in your supply chain
Advice on how CFOs should go about delving into supply chain risks to become champions of supply chain resilience, including a list of questions to ask supply chain managers on a quarterly basis. A February 2015 article by Jeffrey A. Burchill for CFO.com.
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