For most supply chains, cost reduction is imperative to long-term survival. Yet identifying the costs that can be eliminated - and then doing so effectively - can prove impossible without the right method.
Intro Title Page Copyright Page Dedication Page Contents Foreword Preface Acknowledgments 1. Introduction 2. The AIM & DRIVE Process of Cost Management 3. Agreeing on the Need to Manage Costs 4. Identifying Critical Costs in the Supply Chain 5. Measuring Secondary and Tertiary Costs 6. Defining the Key Cost Drivers and Developing Strategic Options 7. Reducing, Eliminating, or Changing Activities that Cause Costs 8. Implementing an Action Plan 9. Verifying the Plan with Cost Monitors 10. Eternally Improving and Leveraging the Process Index.
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Print version: ANKLESARIA, Jimmy Supply Chain Cost Management