Sustainable Supply Chain Management (eBook, PDF) - Ewer, Graham; Cetinkaya, Balkan; Piotrowicz, Wojciech; Tyssen, Christoph; Klaas-Wissing, Thorsten; Cuthbertson, Richard
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This book focuses on the need to develop sustainable supply chains - economically, environmentally and socially. This book is not about a wish list of impractical choices, but the reality of decisions faced by all those involved in supply chain management today. Our definition of sustainable supply chains is not restricted to so-called "green" supply chains, but recognises that in order to be truly sustainable, supply chains must operate within a realistic financial structure, as well as contribute value to our society. Supply chains are not sustainable unless they are realistically funded and…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book focuses on the need to develop sustainable supply chains - economically, environmentally and socially. This book is not about a wish list of impractical choices, but the reality of decisions faced by all those involved in supply chain management today. Our definition of sustainable supply chains is not restricted to so-called "green" supply chains, but recognises that in order to be truly sustainable, supply chains must operate within a realistic financial structure, as well as contribute value to our society. Supply chains are not sustainable unless they are realistically funded and valued. Thus, a real definition of sustainable supply chain management must take account of all relevant economic, social and environmental issues. This book contains examples from a wide range of real-life case studies, and synthesizes the learnings from these many different situations to provide the fundamental building blocks at the centre of successful logistics and supply chain management.

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  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 27.01.2011
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783642120237
  • Artikelnr.: 43786880
Inhaltsangabe
Section A 11
A.1 The need for sustainable supply chain management 12
A.1.1. Sustainable Supply Chains 13
A.1.2. Best practice in Supply Chain management 13
A.1.3. The need for sustainable Supply Chains 14
A.1.4. The implications of modern Supply Chain management 17
A.1.5. Moving towards sustainable Supply Chains 20
A.1.6. The structure of this book 22
Section B 25
Section Overview 25
B. 27
B.1 Developing a Sustainable Supply Chain Strategy 27
B.1.1. Introduction - The starting point 27
B.1.2. The Supply Chain Strategy - a critical success factor for sustainability 29
B.1.3. Ingredients of a Sustainable Supply Chain Strategy 38
B.1.4. An iterative approach to developing your Sustainable Supply Chain Strategy 46
B.1.5. Principles into practice 71
B.2 Managing Performance 73
B.2.1. Introduction 74
B.2.2. Measuring and monitoring sustainable Supply Chain 75
B.2.3. Evaluating impact of your SC activities on sustainability 76
B.2.4. Benefits of performance measurement 80
B.2.5. Problems with measuring performance 81
B.2.6. Stages of Supply Chain performance measurement 83
B.2.7. Visible Supply Chain - Process, Product and Performance 85
B.2.8. Product oriented monitoring 87
B.2.9. Supply Chain performance measurement - methods and approaches 88
B.2.10. Creating Supply Chain performance measurement system 89
B.2.11. Conclusions 92
B.3 Managing within your Organisation 95
B.3.1. Under your managerial control 96
B.3.2. Managing Processes 98
B.3.3. Managing Products 104
B.3.4. Managing Knowledge 106
B.3.5. Managing Infrastructure 112
B.3.6. Managing People & Teams 117
B.3.7. Managerial Challenge: Find and Prioritize your Internal Sustainability Gap 121
B.3.8. Summary and Conclusions 126
B.4 Managing Outside your Organisation 133
B.4.1. Introduction and structure of the chapter 134
B.4.2. Supply Chain Stakeholders - Who has which impact on your supply chain? 135
B.4.3. Action Fields for Supply Chain Stakeholder Management 143
B.4.4. Determining the "right" Supply Chain Stakeholders 147
B.4.5. Managing Supply Chain Stakeholders 156
B.4.6. Conclusion 169
B.5 Outside your control and influence - managing the unexpected 174
B.5.1. What's this all about? 175
B.5.2. The Challenge - What is risk and why deal with it? 177
B.5.3. Dealing with Risk - Principles 181
B.5.4. Dealing with Risk - Getting Organised in Your Business 184
B.5.5. Dealing with Risk from outside your business 190
B.5.6. Uncontrollable Risks and how to handle them 194
B.5.7. Solutions - What makes the best practice in risk avoidance? 197
B.5.8. Managing Risk - the Principal Lessons from the bestLog Project 199
B.5.9. Summary 201
B.5.10. Definitions 203
B.5.11. Questions for Teachers 206
Section C 207
Section Overview 207
C. 208
C.1 Future sustainable supply chains 208
C.1.1. Understanding the future 208
C.1.2. The central question for sustainable supply chains 209
C.1.3. The driving forces that will influence sustainable supply chains 209
C.1.4. Considering the critical uncertainties in supply chain management 211
Section D 214
Section Overview 214
D. 215
D.1 Section Structure 215
D.2 Markets & Strategies Cases 216
D.2.1. Strategic Environmental Plan 216
D.3 Structure & Planning Cases 222
D.3.1. Consolidation and consignment 222
D.3.2. Supply network redesigning 227
D.3.3. Full speed Supply Chain 233
D.3.4. Collaborative Intermodal Transport with Supplier 238
D.3.5. Pooling 243
D.4 Processes & Operations Cases 248
D.4.1. Increased transport efficiency 248
D.4.2. Transportation of healthcare products by inland navigation 254
D.4.3. Intermodal transport in Retail 259
D.4.4. Intermodal less than truckload 264
D.4.5. Collaborative Intermodal Transport with LSP 269
D.4.6. e-Integration and Supplier Evaluation 273
D.4.7. Optimization of goods collection 278
D.4.8. Railway Transport 282
D.4.9. Consolidation by DC 287
D.4.10. Transport Marketplace 291
D.4.11. Transport Exchange 297
D.4.12. Influen