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    • Implementing Supply Chain Management and e-Fulfillment Chapter 9
    • The Basics of Supply Chain Management
      • Material Flows
      • Information Flows
      • Financial Flows
    • Supply Chain Investment Trends
      • Trend toward worldwide dispersion of mfg. and distribution facilities
      • Channel unpredictability
      • Responsiveness over efficiency
      • Companies’ willingness to accept lower margins to maintain/increase market share
    • Internet-Enabled SCM
      • Interenterprise Integration
      • High-Performance Supply Chains
        • Responsive – to customer needs
        • Adaptive – to changing demand
        • Intelligent - dynamic
    • SCM Planning and Execution
      • Supply Chain Planning (SCP)
        • Order Commitment
        • Advanced Scheduling
        • Demand Planning
        • Distribution Planning
        • Transportation Planning
      • Supply Chain Execution (SCE)
        • Order Planning
        • Production
        • Replenishment
        • Distribution Management
        • Reverse Distribution or Logistics
    • e-Supply Chain Fusion
      • Diagnosing Root Causes of Supply Chain Problems
        • Lack of knowledge about end-to-end demand planning
        • Inconsistent or out-of-date data
        • Lack of process integration across partners
    • e-Supply Chain Fusion
      • Fixing the Root Cause
        • Enable information sharing
        • Create joint performance measurement systems and collaborative planning processes
        • Realign work and collaborate fiercely
        • Redesign products/processes so work becomes easier/more efficient
    • Management Issues in e-Supply Chain Fusion
      • Determining the Right e-Supply Chain Structure
      • Enabling Effective Differentiation Capabilities
      • Facilitating Effective Order-Fulfillment Capabilities
      • Determining the Right Infrastructure Capabilities
    • The Continuing Evolution of e-Supply Chains
      • Integrated Make-to-Stock: Starbucks
      • Continuous Replenishment: The CVS Pharmacy-McKesson Demand Chain
      • Build-to-Order: Intel, Solectron, and Ingram Micro
    • A Roadmap for Managers
      • Clarify your supply chain goals
      • Conduct a supply-chain readiness audit
      • Develop a business case
      • Establish a supply chain coordination unit
      • Begin supplier integration
      • Develop a performance scorecard
      • Educate, educate, educate
      • Learn to manage failure
    • End of Chapter 9