Supply Management 8 9780073381459 Supply Management is a major revision of the classic text in the field of procurement. The Eighth Edition builds on the strengths of prior editions, while including state of the art coverage and enhancements to help prepare students for the globalized world of business they will enter.
Supply Management

Supply Management

8th Edition
By David Burt and Sheila Petcavage and Richard Pinkerton
ISBN10: 0073381454
ISBN13: 9780073381459
Copyright: 2010

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Program Details

PART 1 - The Foundation

1. The Progression to Professional Supply Management

2. Organizational Issues

3. Supply Management: An Organization Spanning Activity

4. A Portfolio of Relationships

PART 2 - The Requirements Process

5. New Product Development

6. Purchasing Descriptions and Specifications

7. Managing for Quality

8. The Procurement of Equipment

9. Purchasing Services

PART 3 - Sourcing: Sourcing Perception and Corporate Outsourcing

10. Outsourcing

11. Sourcing

12. Global Supply Management

PART 4 - Cost Management

13. Total Cost of Ownership

14. Price and Cost Analysis

15. Methods of Compensation

16. Negotiation

PART 5 - Managing Contracts and Relationships

17. Contract Formation and Legal Issues

18. Contract and Relationship Management

19. Ethics and Social Responsibilities

PART 6 - Materials Management

20. Production and Inventory Control

21. Demand Management and Logistics

PART 7 - Implementing Value Network Management

22. Implementing Value Network Management

Name Index

Subject Index

About the Author

David Burt

Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management and Director of the University of San Diego's undergraduate and graduate programs in supply chain management. He is founder and Director of USD's Supply Chain Management Institute and of the Strategic Supply Management Forum, an annual meeting of innovative supply management professionals from North America, Europe and Australia.

Sheila Petcavage

Richard Pinkerton