Table of contents for Supply chain management : strategy, planning, and operation / Sunil Chopra, Peter Meindl.

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{TTL}Contents{/TTL}[KE7]
{BKFM}
{TTL}Preface{/TTL}
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{PART}Part I	{TTL}Building a Strategic Framework to Analyze Supply Chains{/TTL}{/PART}
{CHAP}Chapter 1	{TTL}Understanding the Supply Chain{/TTL}
{H1}1.1	What Is a Supply Chain?
1.2	The Objective of a Supply Chain
1.3	The Importance of Supply Chain Decisions
1.4	Decision Phases in a Supply Chain
1.5	Process View of a Supply Chain
1.6	Examples of Supply Chains{/H1}
{RM}1.7	{TTL}Summary of Learning Objectives{/TTL}
{TTL}Discussion Questions{/TTL}
{TTL}Bibliography{/TTL}{/RM}
Chapter 2	{TTL}Supply Chain Performance: Achieving Strategic Fit and Scope{/TTL}
{H1}2.1	Competitive and Supply Chain Strategies
2.2	Achieving Strategic Fit
2.3	Expanding Strategic Scope{/H1}
{RM}2.4	{TTL}Summary of Learning Objectives{/TTL}
{TTL}Discussion Questions{/TTL}
{TTL}Bibliography{/TTL}{/RM}
Chapter 3	{TTL}Supply Chain Drivers and Metrics{/TTL}
{H1}3.1	Drivers of Supply Chain Performance	
3.2	Framework for Structuring Drivers
3.3	Facilities
3.4	Inventory
3.5	Transportation 
3.6	Information
3.7	Sourcing
3.8	Pricing
3.9	Obstacles to Achieving Fit{/H1}
{RM}3.10	{TTL}Summary of Learning Objectives{/TTL}
{TTL}Discussion Questions {/TTL}
{TTL}Bibliography{/TTL}
{CS1}{SUPTTL}Case Study{/SUPTTL}{TTL}Seven-Eleven Japan Co.{/TTL}{/CS1}{/RM}
{PART}Part II	{TTL}Designing the Supply Chain Network{/PART}
Chapter 4	{TTL}Designing Distribution Networks and Applications to e-Business{/TTL}
{H1}4.1	The Role of Distribution in the Supply Chain
4.2	Factors Influencing Distribution Network Design
4.3	Design Options for a Distribution Network
4.4	E-Business and the Distribution Network
4.5	Distribution Networks in Practice{/H1}
{RM}4.6	{TTL}Summary of Learning Objectives{/TTL}
{TTL}Discussion Questions{/TTL}
{TTL}Bibliography{/TTL}{/RM}
Chapter 5	{TTL}Network Design in the Supply Chain{/TTL}
{H1}5.1	The Role of Network Design in the Supply Chain
5.2	Factors Influencing Network Design Decisions
5.3	Framework for Network Design Decisions
5.4	Models for Facility Location and Capacity Allocation
5.5	The Role of IT in Network Design
5.6	Making Network Design Decisions in Practice{/H1}
{RM}5.7	{TTL}Summary of Learning Objectives{/TTL}
{TTL}Discussion Questions{/TTL}
{TTL}Exercises{/TTL}
{TTL}Bibliography{/TTL}
{CS1}{SUPTTL}Case Study{/SUPTTL}{TTL}Managing Growth at SportStuff.com{/TTL}{/CS1}{/RM}
Chapter 6	{TTL}Network Design in an Uncertain Environment{/TTL}
{H1}6.1	The Impact of Uncertainty on Network Design	
6.2	Discounted Cash Flow Analysis
6.3	Representations of Uncertainty
6.4	Evaluating Network Design Decisions Using Decision Trees
6.5	AM Tires: Evaluation of Supply Chain Design Decisions Under Uncertainty
6.6	Risk Management and Network Design
6.7	Making Supply Chain Decisions Under Uncertainty in Practice{/H1}
{RM}6.8	{TTL}Summary of Learning Objectives{/TTL}
{TTL}Discussion Questions {/TTL}
{TTL}Exercises{/TTL}
{TTL}Bibliography{/TTL}
{CS1}{SUPTTL}Case Study{/SUPTTL}{TTL}BioPharma, Inc.{/TTL}{/CS1}{/RM}
{PART}Part III		{TTL}Planning Demand and Supply in a Supply Chain{/TTL}{/PART}
Chapter 7	{TTL}Demand Forecasting in a Supply Chain{/TTL}
{H1}7.1	The Role of Forecasting in a Supply Chain
7.2	Characteristics of Forecasts
7.3	Components of a Forecast and Forecasting Methods
7.4	Basic Approach to Demand Forecasting
7.5	Time-Series Forecasting Methods 
7.6	Measures of Forecast Error
7.7	Forecasting Demand at Tahoe Salt
7.8	The Role of IT in Forecasting
7.9	Risk Management in Forecasting
7.10	Forecasting in Practice{/H1}
{RM}7.11	{TTL}Summary of Learning Objectives{/TTL}
{TTL}Discussion Questions {/TTL}
{TTL}Exercises{/TTL}
{TTL}Bibliography{/TTL}
{CS1}{SUPTTL}Case Study{/SUPTTL}{TTL}Specialty Packaging Corporation, Part A{/TTL}{/CS1}{/RM}
Chapter 8	{TTL}Aggregate Planning in a Supply Chain{/TTL}
{H1}8.1	The Role of Aggregate Planning in a Supply Chain
8.2	The Aggregate Planning Problem
8.3	Aggregate Planning Strategies
8.4	Aggregate Planning Using Linear Programming
8.5	Aggregate Planning in Excel 
8.6	The Role of IT in Aggregate Planning
8.7	Implementing Aggregate Planning in Practice{/H1}
{RM}8.8	{TTL}Summary of Learning Objectives{/TTL}
{TTL}Discussion Questions{/TTL}
{CS1}{SUPTTL}Case Study{/SUPTTL}{TTL}Specialty Packaging Corporation, Part B{/TTL}{/CS1}{/RM}
Chapter 9	{TTL}Planning Supply and Demand in a Supply Chain: Managing Predictable Variability{/TTL}
{H1}9.1	Responding to Predictable Variability in a Supply Chain
9.2	Managing Supply
9.3	Managing Demand
9.4	Implementing Solutions to Predictable Variability in Practice{/H1}
{RM}9.5	{TTL}Summary of Learning Objectives{/TTL}
{TTL}Discussion Questions {/TTL}
{TTL}Bibliography{/TTL}
{CS1}{SUPTTL}Case Study{/SUPTTL}{TTL}Mintendo Game Girl{/TTL}{/CS1}{/RM}
{PART}Part IV	{TTL}Planning and Managing Inventories in a Supply Chain{/TTL}{/PART}
Chapter 10	{TTL}Managing Economies of Scale in a Supply Chain: Cycle Inventory{/TTL}
{H1}10.1	The Role of Cycle Inventory in a Supply Chain	
10.2	Economies of Scale to Exploit Fixed Costs
10.3	Economies of Scale to Exploit Quantity Discounts
10.4	Short-Term Discounting: Trade Promotions
10.5	Managing Multiechelon Cycle Inventory 
10.6	Estimating Cycle Inventory-Related Costs in Practice{/H1}
{RM}10.7	{TTL}Summary of Learning Objectives{/TTL}
{TTL}Discussion Questions{/TTL}
{TTL}Exercises{/TTL}
{TTL}Bibliography{/TTL}
{CS1}{SUPTTL}Case Study{/SUPTTL}{TTL}Delivery Strategy at MoonChem{/TTL}{/CS1}
{APP}Appendix 10A: {TTL}Economic Order Quantity{/TTL}{/APP}{/RM}
Chapter 11	{TTL}Managing Uncertainty in a Supply Chain: Safety Inventory{/TTL}
{H1}11.1	The Role of Safety Inventory in a Supply Chain
11.2	Determining Appropriate Level of Safety Inventory
11.3	Impact of Supply Uncertainty on Safety Inventory
11.4	Impact of Aggregation on Safety Inventory
11.5	Impact of Replenishment Policies on Safety Inventory 
11.6	Managing Safety Inventory in a Multiechelon Supply Chain
11.7	The Role of IT in Inventory Management
11.8	Estimating and Managing Safety Inventory in Practice{/H1}
{RM}11.9	{TTL}Summary of Learning Objectives{/TTL}
{TTL}Discussion Questions{/TTL}
{TTL}Exercises{/TTL}
{TTL}Bibliography{/TTL}
{CS1}{SUPTTL}Case Study{/SUPTTL}{TTL}Managing Inventories at ALKO Inc.{/TTL}{/CS1}
{APP}Appendix 11A: {TTL}The Normal Distribution{/TTL}
Appendix 11B: {TTL}The Normal Distribution in Excel{/TTL}
Appendix 11C: {TTL}Expected Shortage Cost per Cycle{/TTL}{/APP}{/RM}
Chapter 12	{TTL}Determining the Optimal Level of Product Availability{/TTL}
{H1}12.1	The Importance of the Level of Product Availability
12.2	Factors Affecting Optimal Level of Product Availability
12.3	Managerial Levers to Improve Supply Chain Profitability
12.4	Setting Product Availability for Multiple Products Under Capacity Constraints
12.5	Setting Optimal Levels of Product Availability in Practice{/H1}
{RM}12.6	{TTL}Summary of Learning Objectives{/TTL}
{TTL}Discussion Questions{/TTL}
{TTL}Exercises{/TTL}
{TTL}Bibliography{/TTL}
{APP}Appendix 12A: {TTL}Optimal Level of Product Availability{/TTL}
Appendix 12B: {TTL}An Intermediate Evaluation{/TTL}
Appendix 12C: {TTL}Expected Profit from an Order{/TTL}
Appendix 12D: {TTL}Expected Overstock from an Order{/TTL}
Appendix 12E: {TTL}Expected Understock from an Order{/TTL}
Appendix 12F: {TTL}Simulation Using Spreadsheets{/TTL}{/APP}{/RM}
{PART}Part V	{TTL}Designing and Planning Transportation Networks{/TTL}{/PART}
Chapter 13	{TTL}Transportation in a Supply Chain{/TTL}
{H1}13.1	The Role of Transportation in a Supply Chain
13.2	Modes of Transportation and Their Performance Characteristics
13.3	Transportation Infrastructure and Policies
13.4	Design Options for a Transportation Network
13.5	Trade-Offs in Transportation Design 
13.6	Tailored Transportation
13.7	The Role of IT in Transportation
13.8	Risk Management in Transportation
13.9	Making Transportation Decisions in Practice{/H1}
{RM}13.10	{TTL}Summary of Learning Objectives{/TTL}
{TTL}Discussion Questions {/TTL}
{TTL}Exercises{/TTL}
{TTL}Bibliography{/TTL}{/RM}
{PART}Part VI	{TTL}Managing Cross-Functional Drivers in a Supply Chain{/TTL}{/PART}
Chapter 14	{TTL}Sourcing Decisions in a Supply Chain{/TTL}
{H1}14.1	The Role of Sourcing in a Supply Chain	
14.2	In-House or Outsource
14.3	Third- and Fourth-Party Logistics Providers
14.4	Supplier Scoring and Assessment
14.5	Supplier Selection-Auctions and Negotiations
14.6	Contracts and Supply Chain Performance
14.7	Design Collaboration
14.8	The Procurement Process 
14.9	Sourcing Planning and Analysis
14.10	The Role of IT in Sourcing
14.11	Risk Management in Sourcing
14.12	Making Sourcing Decisions in Practice{/H1}
{RM}14.13	{TTL}Summary of Learning Objectives{/TTL}
{TTL}Discussion Questions{/TTL}
{TTL}Bibliography{/TTL}{/RM}
Chapter 15	{TTL}Pricing and Revenue Management in a Supply Chain{/TTL}
{H1}15.1	The Role of Pricing and Revenue Management in a Supply Chain
15.2	Pricing and Revenue Management for Multiple Customer Segments
15.3	Pricing and Revenue Management for Perishable Products
15.4	Pricing and Revenue Management for Seasonal Demand
15.5	Pricing and Revenue Management for Bulk and Spot Contracts 
15.6	The Role of IT in Pricing and Revenue Management
15.7	Using Pricing and Revenue Management in Practice{/H1}
{RM}15.8	{TTL}Summary of Learning Objectives{/TTL}
{TTL}Discussion Questions{/TTL}
{TTL}Exercises{/TTL}
{TTL}Bibliography{/TTL}{/RM}
Chapter 16	{TTL}Information Technology and the Supply Chain{/TTL}
{H1}16.1	The Role of IT in a Supply Chain
16.2	The Supply Chain IT Framework
16.3	Customer Relationship Management
16.4	Internal Supply Chain Management
16.5	Supplier Relationship Management 
16.6	The Transaction Management Foundation
16.7	The Future of IT in the Supply Chain
16.8	Risk Management in IT
16.9	Supply Chain IT in Practice{/H1}
{RM}16.10	{TTL}Summary of Learning Objectives{/TTL}
{TTL}Discussion Questions{/TTL}
{TTL}Bibliography{/TTL}{/RM}
Chapter 17	{TTL}Coordination in a Supply Chain{/TTL}
{H1}17.1	Lack of Supply Chain Coordination and the Bullwhip Effect
17.2	The Effect on Performance of Lack of Coordination
17.3	Obstacles to Coordination in a Supply Chain
17.4	Managerial Levers to Achieve Coordination
17.5	Building Strategic Partnerships and Trust Within a Supply Chain 
17.6	Continuous Replenishment and Vendor-Managed Inventories 
17.7	Collaborative Planning, Forecasting, and Replenishment (CPFR)
17.8	The Role of IT in Coordination
17.9	Achieving Coordination in Practice{/H1}
{RM}17.10	{TTL}Summary of Learning Objectives{/TTL}
{TTL}Discussion Questions{/TTL}
{TTL}Bibliography{/TTL}{/RM}{/CHAP}
{BKRM}Name Index
Subject Index{/BKRM}
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Marketing channels -- Management.
Delivery of goods -- Management.
Physical distribution of goods -- Management.
Customer services -- Management.
Industrial procurement.
Materials management.