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Value Chain and Strategic Cost Management By Jan Bell et al.
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Value chain and strategic cost management module in the Ansari modular series addresses issues in strategic cost management and management accounting. Suitable for use in cost or managerial... More > accounting courses at the junior, MBA, or executive education level.< Less
"Value Chain Management for Promotion of Bamboo-based Livelihood in Tripura, North-East India" By DR. MD. ARSHAD And DR. SELIM REZA
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Bamboo often known as the ‘Green Gold’ is one of the fastest and highest yielding renewable natural resources. It has been found abundantly in all over the State of Northeast region... More > of India. Since time immemorial, bamboo has been intertwined with socio-cultural and economic life of the tribal and rural poor. Its value is being rediscovered as important natural resources for poverty reduction and environment protection. The reduction of chronic poverty, to improve the socio-economic conditions of the rural poor and tribal in Northeastern states of India is a daunting task through local economic development programs. In Asia, bamboos take the character of “poor man’s timber” since for many people, bamboo growing, harvesting and processing are essentially subsistence activities. It is a fundamental part of people’s overall livelihood strategies.1< Less
Deriving Maintenance Strategies for Cooperative Alliances – A Value Chain Approach By Stefan Gassner
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Partnering with other companies or even with competitors, to tackle emerging maintenance challenges, can be a source of sustainable competitive advantage. This is the outcome of two expert interviews... More > based on the derived decision-helping framework proposed by this diploma thesis. Three dimensions making up a maintenance strategy are introduced: maintenance technique, maintenance organisation and maintenance reach. Suggesting that the decision about maintenance strategy is made by applying the Analytical Hierarchy Process, this framework builds upon customer value drivers, industry value drivers, capabilities and stakeholder expectations to ensure sustainable competitive advantage for cooperative alliances.< Less
Deriving Maintenance Strategies for Cooperative Alliances – A Value Chain Approach By Stefan Gassner
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Partnering with other companies or even with competitors, to tackle emerging maintenance challenges, can be a source of sustainable competitive advantage. This is the outcome of two expert interviews... More > based on the derived decision-helping framework proposed by this diploma thesis. Three dimensions making up a maintenance strategy are introduced: maintenance technique, maintenance organisation and maintenance reach. Suggesting that the decision about maintenance strategy is made by applying the Analytical Hierarchy Process, this framework builds upon customer value drivers, industry value drivers, capabilities and stakeholder expectations to ensure sustainable competitive advantage for cooperative alliances.< Less
The CSR Way to Add Value and Increase Your Profits By Kalpana S Murari
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The book is designed to help students intending to pursue higher studies in Climate Change and Science, Sustainable Development and Global Supply Chain Management. As a reference manual, it helps... More > readers gain fundamental knowledge in global warming, principles of sustainable development and enviro-economic aspects of corporate sustainability. The book attempts to expand the scope of understanding on topics including natural resource management, economic efficiency and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as seen by global companies. It is an effort to alter perceptions and encourages planet-friendly decision-making by corporates. The book could serve as a guide to businesses in adopting climate ethical business practices that can eventually enhance the brand equity of a product, escalating business profits with no costs to the planet.< Less
Portfolio Management and Optimization By Homework Help Classof1
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Optimizing a portfolio can involve fundamental changes that might include deleting products, launching new products, relocating and laying off staff. The decisions made need to be objective and based... More > on long-term value creation, not on sentimentality.< Less
The Value Analysis Program: A How-to-Guide for Physician Leaders on Starting Up a Successful Program By Terrence J. Loftus, MD, MBA
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The Value Analysis Program: A How-to-Guide for Physician Leaders on Starting Up a Successful Program builds on the concept that successful programs can be differentiated from unsuccessful programs by... More > seven core elements. Dr. Loftus describes his personal journey as a physician executive in developing a value analysis program for a large healthcare system. He demonstrates how to incorporate the seven core elements in the development, implementation and sustainability of a value analysis program.< Less
Selecting, Buying, Installing and Using a Modern Warehouse Management System By Jan Young
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This briefing is based on thirty years experience in the installation, servicing and operation of supply chain software. It was written for the executive, manager or engineer considering... More > installation of a warehouse management system. It may also have special value to those who are considering a replacement of their present system. We begin with the purpose of warehouse management systems and a description of their costs and benefits. The build-versus-buy choice is discussed. Organizational impact and the short and long-term effect on customers are described. The book then moves into a discussion of how to buy a WMS, the project team that must be assembled, the marketplace for commercial systems, the types of systems available and how to go about choosing among them, the creation of a Request for Proposal and the evaluation of responses. It ends with a methodology for justifying/funding a system and concludes with discussions of installation and ongoing operation and maintenance.< Less
Selecting, Buying, Installing and Using a Modern Warehouse Management System By Jan Young
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This briefing is based on thirty years experience in the installation, servicing and operation of supply chain software. It was written for the executive, manager or engineer considering... More > installation of a warehouse management system. It may also have special value to those who are considering a replacement of their present system. We begin with the purpose of warehouse management systems and a description of their costs and benefits. The build-versus-buy choice is discussed. Organizational impact and the short and long-term effect on customers are described. The book then moves into a discussion of how to buy a WMS, the project team that must be assembled, the marketplace for commercial systems, the types of systems available and how to go about choosing among them, the creation of a Request for Proposal and the evaluation of responses. It ends with a methodology for justifying/funding a system and concludes with discussions of installation and ongoing operation and maintenance.< Less
Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management - Vol 4, No 3 (2011) By OmniaScience Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (BarcelonaTech) & Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (BarcelonaTech)
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Vol 4, No 3 (2011)- Special Issue: International Conference on Value Chain Sustainability ICOVACS 2010, Valencia (Spain). Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management is a semestral, open access... More > scientific journal that publishes theoretical and empirical peer-reviewed articles, which contribute to advance the understanding of phenomena related with all aspects of industrial engineering and industrial management. JIEM includes contributions, but not limited to, in the following fields: (1) Production, Logistics, Quality, and Operational Research; (2) Information Systems, Technology and Communication; (3) Industrial Economics and Regional Development; (4) Management, Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources; (5) Finance, Accounting and Marketing; and (6) Education, Training and Professional Skills.< Less

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