- Capa dura: 528 páginas
- Editora: Prentice Hall; Edição: 6 (3 de janeiro de 2015)
- Idioma: Inglês
- ISBN-10: 0133800202
- ISBN-13: 978-0133800203
- Dimensões do produto: 20,6 x 3,6 x 25,4 cm
- Peso de envio: 930 g
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Supply Chain Management: Strategy, Planning, and Operation (Inglês) Capa dura – 1 jan 2015
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Sunil Chopra is the IBM Distinguished Professor of Operations Management and Information Systems at the Kellogg School of Management. He has served as the interim dean and senior associate dean for curriculum and teaching, and the codirector of the MMM program, a joint dual-degree program between the Kellogg School of Management and the McCormick School of Engineering at Northwestern University. He has a PhD in operations research from SUNY at Stony Brook. Prior to joining Kellogg, he taught at New York University and spent a year at IBM Research.
Professor Chopra’s research and teaching interests are in supply chain and logistics management, operations management, and the design of telecommunication networks. He has won several teaching awards at the MBA and Executive programs of Kellogg. He has authored more than 40 papers and two books.
He has been a department editor for Management Science and an associate editor for Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, Operations Research, and Decision Sciences Journal. His recent research has focused on understanding supply chain risk and devising effective risk mitigation strategies. He has also consulted for several firms in the area of supply chain and operations management.
Peter Meindl is a portfolio manager with Kepos Capital in New York. Previously, he was a research officer with Barclays Global Investors, a consultant with the Boston Consulting Group and Mercer Management Consulting, and the director of strategy with i2 Technologies. He holds PhD, MS, BS, and BA degrees from Stanford, and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern.
The first edition of this book won the prestigious Book of the Year award in 2002 from the Institute of Industrial Engineers.
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-Good overall view of supply chain concepts and metrics
-Very detailed information (qualitative and quantitative)
-Honorable effort at incorporating Microsoft Excel examples....however (refer to cons)
-Black and White...YAWN (Try reading through this for an hour straight, seriously... it gets really dry. Simply adding some color to titles and charts would be helpful)
-Invalid Information (Some of the information about strategies companies utilize are outright wrong. I understand examples are used to drive down points, but after researching on the web about some of the companies' strategies who I thought were different, they indeed were)
-Excel examples are ridiculous. It doesn't matter how good you are in using Excel, it's all about setting up the exercises, I was reading through Chapter 4, came across Chapter 5 and went to do the problems and got hit by a truck. The book literally dives right into it with very little explanation about how to set problems up and why you may want to do it that way. Instead, it starts throwing out statistical functions and 300 variables and expects you to figure out how to solve them. A CD or some type of template would be a Godsend.
-Outdated Case studies (Literally used the same ones from the earlier edition, but changed the years in the charts, tables, etc., lazy much?)
Overall, a decent book. I had to purchase it for a course I am taking, and the instructor doesn't cover the exercises at all so that also plays into a bit of bias I have against the Excel examples. This is also a book meant to be used at the graduate level, so if you haven't taken any statistics courses and intend on using this book to learn about network optimization, forecasting and whatnot, I would advise against it.