物流管理與運籌

Supply Chain Management 7/e

+作者:

Chopra

+年份:
2019 年7 版
+ISBN:
9781292257891
+書號:
IE0284P
+規格:
平裝/單色
+頁數:
528
+出版商:
Pearson(Asia)
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· The link between supply chain decisions and the financial performance of a firm has been developed in detail in Chapter 3.
· Learning objectives help students understand what they need to take away from each chapter.
Engage students and hone their critical-thinking skills with business applications throughout.
· Concepts underlying the design of distribution networks are illustrated in the context of omni-channel retailing in Chapter 4. The evolution of retailing is used throughout the book to illustrate the link between supply chain concepts and strategic decision-making in a supply chain.
· Students can use mini-cases, examples, and exercises to apply the concepts and methodologies in the context of strategic decision-making for a business. New cases have been added to chapters 5, 8, and 15; other cases are updated; and new examples have been added with a global focus.
Develop students’ ability to use Excel® and analytical skills in order to make better decisions.
· For all numerical examples, the authors created spreadsheets to help students explore the concepts through “what-if” analyses. They are available at www.pearsonglobaleditions.com/Chopra along with basic guidance on how they may be used.

· A strategic framework identifies the key drivers of supply chain performance, including facilities, inventory, transportation, information, sourcing, and pricing.
· New— The link between supply chain decisions and the financial performance of a firm has been developed in detail in Chapter 3.
· New—Learning objectives help students understand what they need to take away from each chapter.
Engage students and hone their critical-thinking skills with business applications throughout.
· New— Concepts underlying the design of distribution networks are illustrated in the context of omni-channel retailing in Chapter 4. The evolution of retailing is used throughout the book to illustrate the link between supply chain concepts and strategic decision-making in a supply chain.
· Updated— Students can use mini-cases, examples, and exercises to apply the concepts and methodologies in the context of strategic decision-making for a business. New cases have been added to chapters 5, 8, and 15; other cases are updated; and new examples have been added with a global focus.
Develop students’ ability to use Excel® and analytical skills in order to make better decisions.
· Every analytic methodology is illustrated with its application in Excel, and students have access to associated Excel files.
New—For all numerical examples, the authors created spreadsheets to help students explore the concepts through “what-if” analyses. They are available at www.pearsonglobaleditions.com/Chopra along with basic guidance on how they may be used.

Sunil Chopra, Kellogg School of Management

PART I: BUILDING A STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK TO ANALYZE SUPPLY CHAINS
1.Understanding the Supply Chain
2.Achieving Strategic Fit In A Supply Chain
3.Supply Chain Drivers and Metrics
PART II: DESIGNING THE SUPPLY CHAIN NETWORK
4.Designing Distribution Networks and Applications to OMNI-Channel Retailing
5.Network Design in the Supply Chain
6.Designing Global Supply Chain Networks
PART III: PLANNING AND COORDINATING DEMAND AND SUPPLY IN A SUPPLY CHAIN
7.Demand Forecasting in a Supply Chain
8.Aggregate Planning in a Supply Chain
9.Sales and Operations Planning in a Supply Chain
10.Coordination in a Supply Chain
PART IV: PLANNING AND MANAGING INVENTORIES IN A SUPPLY CHAIN
11.Managing Economies of Scale in a Supply Chain: Cycle Inventory
     Appendix 11A: Economic Order Quantity
12.Managing Uncertainty in a Supply Chain: Safety Inventory
     Appendix 12A: The Normal Distribution
     Appendix 12B: The Normal Distribution in Excel
     Appendix 12C: Expected Shortage per Replenishment Cycle
     Appendix 12D: Evaluating Safety Inventory for Slow-Moving Items
13.Linking Product Availability to Profits
     Appendix 13A: Optimal Level of Product Availability
     Appendix 13B: An Intermediate Evaluation
     Appendix 13C: Expected Profit from an Order
     Appendix 13D: Expected Overstock from an Order
     Appendix 13E: Expected Understock from an Order
     Appendix 13F: Simulation Using Spreadsheets
PART V: DESIGNING AND PLANNING TRANSPORTATION NETWORKS
14.Transportation in a Supply Chain
PART VI: MANAGING CROSS-FUNCTIONAL DRIVERS IN A SUPPLY CHAIN
15.Sourcing Decisions in a Supply Chain
16.Pricing and Revenue Management in a Supply Chain
17.Sustainability and the Supply Chain
PART VII: ONLINE CHAPTER
A. Information Technology in a Supply Chain