Logistics and Supply Chain Analysis


Essay, 2010

7 Pages, Grade: 100.00


Abstract or Introduction

Logistics and Supply Chain Article Analysis
Organizations continually seek ways to reduce costs, improve productivity, and customer satisfaction while attaining competitive advantage. As a result, organizations rely on supply chains and logistics to coordinate improvements and productivity across marketing, production, and finance departments within an organization and across organizations to meet goals and objectives. This paper uses three articles as a basis of how logistics and supply chain management processes meet customer requirements. Logistics will also be defined along with a discussion of the of supply chain logistics in organizational strategy. Implications of poor logistics and supply chain management are reviewed and the identification and description of customer satisfaction requirements influencing logistics and impacting the supply chain are examined. Finally examples of inappropriate and appropriate logistics planning that leads to customer dissatisfaction or satisfaction are illustrated.

Details

Title
Logistics and Supply Chain Analysis
College
University of Phoenix
Course
ISCOM 374 Integrated Logistics Management
Grade
100.00
Author
Year
2010
Pages
7
Catalog Number
V167342
ISBN (eBook)
9783640838158
File size
410 KB
Language
English
Notes
Double spaced
Keywords
logistics, supply, chain, analysis
Quote paper
James Tallant (Author), 2010, Logistics and Supply Chain Analysis, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/167342

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