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Title: Global Competitiveness: Role of Supply Chain Management
Authors: Shailendrakumar, Uttamrao Kale
Keywords: Supply Chain Management
Global Competitiveness
Issue Date: 19-May-2007
Publisher: Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode
Abstract: Business today is in a global environment. This environment forces companies, regardless of location or primary market base, to consider the rest of the world in their competitive strategy analysis. Firms cannot isolate themselves from or ignore external factors such as economic trends, competitive situations or technology innovation in other countries, if some of their competitors are competing or are located in those countries. Companies are going truly global with Supply-chain Management (SCM). A company can develop a product in the United States, manufacture in India and sell in Europe. Companies have changed the ways in which they manage their operations and logistics activities. Changes in trade, the spread and modernization of transport infrastructures and the intensification of competition have elevated the importance of flow management to new levels.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2259/507
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