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Supply Chain Strategy


Stanley E. Fawcett, PhD
University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria
A. Michael Knemeyer, PhD
The Ohio State University
Amydee M. Fawcett, PhD
Sebastian Brockhaus, PhD
John Carroll University


Kaden Comadena
Course Designer


Brad Gessell
Software Engineer
David Hanks
Software Engineer


Kjanela Fawcett
Content Editor
Edition 1
(rev. 457)

Competition is no longer company versus company but supply chain versus supply chain. This resource will help students learn how to build a winning supply chain team. They will learn to assess competitive rules and readiness, bringing together the right players who work collaboratively to create outstanding value.

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