Supply Chain Coordination and Cooperation Mechanisms: An Attribute-Based Approach‪.‬

Journal of Supply Chain Management 2006, Wntr, 42, 1

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INTRODUCTION A supply chain consists of many organizations acting together, with each organization dependent on the performance of other organizations in the chain. Coordination within a supply chain is a strategic response to the challenges that arise from these dependencies. A coordination mechanism is a set of methods used to manage interdependence between organizations. By definition, there are a number of different people, entities, and processes that interact in order to execute supply chain objectives. Coordination mechanisms, then, provide tools for effectively managing these interactions.

GENRE
Business & Personal Finance
RELEASED
2006
1 January
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
20
Pages
PUBLISHER
National Association of Purchasing Management, Inc.
SIZE
281.6
KB

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