Supply chain strategies, Operation Management

Supply Chain Strategies 

In this second section of the chapter we consider: 

1. Breadth of supplier base - many or few suppliers? 

2. Vertically integrated or virtual organisation? 

3. Global supply chain issues 

4. E-business

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