Supply Chain Management: An Introduction to Logistics
A broad general introduction to all essential aspects of logistics and supply chain management, set within the wider business context. The book uses well-developed pedagogy and numerous case studies, guiding the reader through the subject by retaining a strong focus on the application of theory and practical situations.
About the Author
DONALD WATERS was professor of Management at the University of Calgary, Canada. He has extensive experience of teaching and researching in the area of supply chain management and logistics.DONALD WATERS was professor of Management at the University of Calgary, Canada. He has extensive experience of teaching and researching in the area of supply chain management and logistics.
Praise for Supply Chain Management: An Introduction to Logistics
“A well written text which is easy to understand and presented in a clear and succinct format. The book focuses on application throughout, with reference to companies, practical examples and questions.”
– Richard Crompton, University of Huddersfield, UK
“An interesting read with many good examples. The messages are kept simple and easy to follow. There is primarily a focus on important concepts which are well explained … this has the making of an excellent introductory text.”
– Mark Teale, University of Lincoln, UK
“I was delighted to see the Table of Contents. A book I have been searching for! I like the approach, with a broad focus [and] the up-to-date focus is appreciated.”
– Martin Hoffen, Oxford Brookes University, UK
“There are very few books on this subject and none that I know which have this breadth of coverage”
– Nigel Foot, Aston University, UK