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  • Strategic supply chain management
  • Ramgovind P, Engelbrecht WH
  • ISBN: 9780627039201
  • eISBN: N/A
  • ePub ISBN: 9780627039218
  • 432 Pages | Published: 2021

FORTHCOMING TITLE: NEW PUBLICATION

The purpose of Strategic Supply Chain Management is to provide students with an understanding of how supply chain management activities influence strategic decision-making in a contemporary organisation.

 

Strategic Supply Chain Management is aimed at students studying towards a Commerce programme at both diploma and bachelor’s level.

 

Priya Ramgovind is Senior Head of Programme at the Independent Institute of Education (IIE).

 

Willy Engelbrecht is the Deputy Dean: Research and Postgraduate Studies at the IIE.

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·         Conceptual framework diagrams that depict the flow of the chapter.

·         Activities: Included in each section and these help the practical learner to get a better understanding of the content and how it is applied in the industry

·         Topics for discussion will be included to allow both the lecturer and students to critically discuss topics of interest related to the content covered.

·         Chapter outcomes. This will assist students in gaining a better understanding of the content.

·         Case studies and industry examples focused on the SADC countries with questions to showcase how the theory has been applied within the context of SADC countries.

·         Graphs and illustrations to assist with student learning.

·         Additional review questions

·         Glossary

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