Supply Chain Management for Dummies Showcases Tive

Jim Waters
Jim Waters

Team Tive is so excited to be showcased in the Supply Chain Management for Dummies - 2nd Edition book. Daniel Stanton's great work on this book (and many others!) highlights many best practices and content for beginners and beyond. Known as "Mr. Supply Chain," Mr. Stanton's books are used by students and appear in online learning courses on LinkedIn that have been viewed have been viewed over 1 million times, and he's a frequent speaker at educational conferences and industry events. Interested in getting started with supply chain management? Go to Amazon and get the book now!

From the author ...

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If you own or make decisions for a business, you need to master the critical concept of supply chain management. Supply Chain Management For Dummies, 2nd Edition guides you to an understanding of what a supply chain is and how to leverage this system effectively across your business, no matter its size or industry.

The book helps you learn about the areas of business that make up a supply chain, from procurement to operations to distribution. And it explains the importance of supporting functions like sales, information technology, and human resources. You’ll be prepared to align the parts of this system to meet the needs of customers, suppliers, and shareholders. By viewing the company as a supply chain, you’ll be able to make decisions based on how they will affect every part of the chain.

To help you fully understand supply chains, the author focuses on the Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model. This approach allows all types of professionals to handle their work demands.   Tracker on book

•          Use metrics to improve processes

•          Evaluate business risks through analytics

•          Choose the right software and automation processes

•          Plan for your supply chain management certification and continuing education

A single business decision in one department can have unplanned effects in one or more areas, such as purchasing or operations. Supply Chain Management For Dummies helps you grasp the connections between business lines for wiser decision making and planning.

Topics: Supply Chain Visibility, Tive, Transportation, Monitoring, Logistics, Supply Chain Management



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