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Organizational Network versus Supply Chain
Bahman Norouzpour
Can anyone tell me what are differences between organizational networks and supply chains?
 

 
Organizational Networks versus Supply Chains
Jaap de Jonge, Innovation Consultant, Netherlands
1. PURPOSE
A. A SC is aimed at moving goods from raw materials to the end customer (and money the other way, and info both ways).
B An ON can have any aim or no specific aim.
2. FORM
A. A SD was historically in the form of a chain. Nowadays SC have become more complex and so you see also the term: Supply Networks.
B. An ON is always a network.
I think there are more diferences. Who adds them?
 

 
Supply Chain versus Org Network
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Difference Between Organizational Networks and Supply Chain
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