Supply Chain Management and Quality Management

Supply Chain and Quality Management. Methods, Models and Theories (A-Z)

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3C's Model Ohmae

3rd Party Logistics (3PL)

5 P's Model Pryor

8D Problem Solving Ford

Absorption Costing

Activity Based Costing ABC ABM

Aggregate Demand

Aggregate Supply

Alliance Network

Barriers to Entry

Benchmarking

BPR Hammer Champy

Break-even Point

Bricks and Clicks

Bullwhip Effect in Supply Chains Lee

Business Process Reengineering Hammer Champy

Capability Maturity Model CMM

Capacity Management

Capacity Planning

Capacity Utilization

Cartel

Cause and Effect Diagram Ishikawa

Channel Management

Chief Operating Officer

Chief Procurement Officer

Clicks and Mortar

Clusters Porter

CMM model

Co-Creation Prahalad Ramaswamy

Co-Marketing

Competitive Advantage Nations Porter

 

Competitive Advantage framework Porter

Contribution Pricing

Cost Analysis

Cost Drivers

Cost Dynamics

Cost, Insurance and Freight

CPFR

Critical Path Analysis

Cross-Docking

Customer Satisfaction Model Kano

Delta Model Hax

Deming Chain Reaction

Deming Cycle PDSA

Diamond Model Porter

Direct Costing

Disaggregation

Disintermediation

DuPont Model

Dutch Auction

E-Business

Economies of Scale

EFQM

Elasticity of Demand

Elasticity of Supply

E-Procurement

Exclusive Distribution

Experience Curve

Facility Management

Factory Gate Pricing

First-In First-Out

Five Forces Porter

Fourteen Points of Management Deming

Free On Board

Full Costing

Game Theory Nash

Globalization

Glocalization

Growth Phases Greiner

Horizontal Agreement

Horizontal Integration

Horizontal Merger

Hoshin Kanri - Policy Deployment

Hospitality Management

 

Industry Change McGahan

Industry Life Cycle

Integrative Thinking

Inventory Shrinkage

Just-in-time JIT


Add a method / model


Kaizen philosophy

Kraljic Model

Last-In First-Out

Lean Manufacturing (JIT)

Lean Production

Logistics Management

Marginal Cost Pricing

Marginal Costing

Marketing Mix 4P's 5P's McCarthy

Mass Customization

Materials Management

Microfinance Channel

Modeling business processes

Multiple Sourcing

Oligopoly

Operational Agility

Operations Research

Order Management

Organizational Configurations Mintzberg

Organizational Resilience

Organization Chart

Outsourcing

Parenting Advantage Goold Campbell

Parenting Styles Goold Campbell

PDSA Deming Cycle

Perishability

Portfolio Analysis

Product Life Cycle Levitt

Profit Pools Gadiesh, Gilbert

Promotional Pricing

Quality Function Deployment Akao

Quick Response Manufacturing Suri

Relational Capital

Relationship Marketing Levitt

Reverse Auction

Reverse Logistics

RFID Technology

Scientific Management Taylor

Selective Distribution

SERVQUAL Zeithaml

Simulation modeling

Single Sourcing

Six Sigma GE

Stakeholder Value Perspective

Strategic Alliance

Strategic Synergy

Strategic Triangle Ohmae

Strategic Thrusts Wiseman

Supply Chain Design

Synchromarketing

TDC Matrix Internet

Theory of Constraints Goldratt

Theory X Theory Y McGregor

Theory Z Ouchi

Time to Market

Total Productive Maintenance

TQM Total Quality Management

Trade Marketing Mix

Training Within Industry

Trajectories of Industry Change McGahan

Twelve Principles of the Network Economy Kelly

Value Chain Porter

Value Disciplines Treacy Wiersema

Value Engineering Miles

Value Stream Mapping

Variable Costing

Vendor Managed Inventory

Vendor Rating

Vertical Agreement

Vertical Integration

Vertical Merger

Virtual Business

Waste Management

Working Capital

World Class Manufacturing

X-Efficiency

Yield Management

Zero Defects

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Supply Chain and Quality Management Forum (28 topics) Help
  Its is not the STRONGEST That Survives. it is the FLEXIBLE That Survives
In the past people believed that the company with the strongest supply chains would be the leaders. But Darwin was right when he said it is rather the one with the most flexible supply chain that will prove themselves as a leader.
Darwin's idea ...
     
  The 5 R's of Supply Chain Management
The main aim of SCM is a continuous supply of materials at 5 R which are:
1. The Right Place
2. The Right Time
3. The Right Quantity
4. The Right Quality
5. The Right Price
This can be done efficiently if a company has a...
     
  Organizational Network versus Supply Chain
Can anyone tell me what are differences between organizational networks and supply chains?...
     
  Supply Chain Mapping Methods and Software
I am looking for suggestions on the best methods for mapping Bulk Commodity Supply Chains.
I am trying to map some Coal and Iron Ore Bulk Commodity Supply Chains (BCSC) from mine to market to identify the critical constraints and determine if ad...
     
  Dealing with Conflict Minerals in the Supply Chain
Conflict minerals entering a legitimate SC are going to come under increasing scrutiny.
What steps are your company taking to address this issue?
Will it affect your country and/or business?
How can we trace conflict minerals back to...
     
  What is Service Management?
What is service management? What is the role of technology in service management?...
     
  What is Trade Finance?
What is trade finance, what are TF methods, and what is the role of banks in trade finance?...
     
  Ethical Supply Chain Managemant
What can be considered principles and standards of ethical supply management conduct? Thank you for your input!...
     
  Supply Chain Management Implementation Strategies
What are the strategies for implementing SCM and what are their merits and demerits?...
     
  Why does Supply Chain Management have such a Low Profile?
Supply chain management and logistics are major part of most organisations activities and yet they have a low profile in many organisations. Why? Thanks....
     
  Core Elements of the Supply Chain?
I am conduting some research regarding what are the core elements of a supply chain and I will then also critically review the software that has been developed to improve the supply chain. I am interested to hear what other professionals view ...
     
  Impact of Climate Change on Logistic Management?
What is the impact of climate change on logistic management? Both in general and in particukar for green house gases, CO2, carbon footprint, emission limits, legislation, mitigation etc....
     
  Can Wal-Mart SCM Model be Exported?
Can Wal-Mart’s supply chain model be copied in other countries or by other retailers? Why (not)?...
     
  Typical Enablers of Supply Chain Management
Can anyone tell me what are typical enablers of supply chain management (SCM)?...
     
  Typical Barriers of Supply Chain Management
Can anyone tell me what are typical barriers of supply chain management?...
     
  Typical Supply Chain Management Opportunities
Please explain to me what are typical opportunities of supply chain management?...
     
  Typical Supply Chain Management Challenges
Please explain to me what are typical challenges of supply chain management?...
     
  When is Supply Chain Management More Important? Under what Circumstances?
Please explain in what circumstances SCM is more important? Thank you....
     
  Why is Supply Chain Management Important?
Can anyone explain to me why SCM is important?...
     
  Supply Chain Operations Reference Model (SCOR Model)
May anyone share with us how to conduct SCOR (Supply Chain Operations Reference Model) for a courier company? SCOR is a method to improve supply chain from supplier's supplier to customer's customer perspective....
     



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