FREE! 10 Classic Articles from Supply Chain Management Review magazine

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By · May 1, 2010

Complete the form below to get instant and FREE access to 10 of the most popular articles from the archives of Supply Chain Management Review magazine. All of the articles in SCMR magazine come from thought leaders in the academic, analyst and management consulting communities. Perhaps most importantly, they also include contributions from supply chain practitioners themselves—the individuals who are literally transforming their organizations.

Here’s what’s included with your free download of “10 Classics: A collection of the best articles from Supply Chain Management Review”:

01. Seven Principles of Supply Chain Management
02. Supply Chain Transformation: A Leader’s Guide
03. The Greening of Wal-Mart’s Supply Chain
04. Benchmarking: Get the Gain without the Pain
05. How to Spot an At-risk Supplier
06. How Cisco Succeeds at Risk Management
07. Procurement: The Missing Link in Innovation
08. Champion of Green: Q&A with Drew Schramm
09. How to Succeed with Supply Chain Planning
10. Putting the Structure in Decision Making


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