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SCM 7397/7390 - Global Supply Chain Strategy (Smith)

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Welcome

This resource was designed to provide access to resources needed for the Global Supply Chain Strategy course.
 
To access the articles listed on this page or other University of Houston Libraries electronic resources, a CougarNet Login is required. Please contact UH Campus IT via their website if you encounter difficulties.
 
The Supply Chain Management Research Guide has additional resources available.

Assigned Reading List (Part One)

  1. Hau L Lee, V Padmanabhan, & Seungjin Whang. (1997). The Bullwhip Effect in Supply Chains. Sloan Management Review, 38(3), 93-102.
  2.  Nancy W. Nix, Robert F. Lusch, Zach G. Zacharia and Wesley Bridges.  (2007, October 27). Business Insight (A Special Report); The Hand That Feeds You: What makes some collaborations with suppliers succeed -- when so many fail? Wall Street Journal  (Eastern Edition),  p. R.8.
  3.  David F Ross.  (2006, July). The Intimate SUPPLY CHAIN. Supply Chain Management Review, 10(5), 50,52-57
  4.  Robert J. Trent, Robert M. Monczka.  (2005). Achieving Excellence in Global Sourcing. MIT Sloan Management Review, 47(1), 24-32.
  5.  Yossi Sheffi, James B. Rice Jr..  (2005). A Supply Chain View of the Resilient Enterprise. MIT Sloan Management Review, 47(1), 41-48.
  6.  P. Fraser Johnson, & Robert D. Klassen. (2005). E-Procurement. MIT Sloan Management Review, 46(2), 7.
  7.  Blackburn, J. D., Guide Jr., V. R., Souza, G. C., & Van Wassenhove, L. N. (2004). Reverse Supply Chains for Commercial Returns. California Management Review, 46(2), 6-22.
  8.  Michael Hammer.  (2005, April). Grounding strategy in realityEuropean Business Forum,(21), 8-9.
  9.  Jeffrey K Liker, & Yen-Chun Yu. (2000). Japanese Automakers, U.S. Suppliers and Supply-Chain Superiority. MIT Sloan Management Review, 42(1), 81-93
  10.  Adam J Fein, & Sandy D Jap. (1999). Manage Consolidation in the Distribution Channel. Sloan Management Review, 41(1), 61-72.
  11.  Sunil Chopra, & ManMohan S. Sodhi. (2004). Managing Risk to Avoid Supply-Chain Breakdown. MIT Sloan Management Review, 46(1), 53-61.
  12.  Laura Rock Kopczak, & M Eric Johnson. (2003). The supply-chain management effect. MIT Sloan Management Review, 44(3), 27-34.
  13.  Paul Zipkin.  (2001). The Limits of Mass Customization. MIT Sloan Management Review, 42(3), 81-87.
  14.  Melissa J. Markley, Lenita Davis, (2007) "Exploring future competitive advantage through sustainable supply chains", International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, Vol. 37 Iss: 9, pp.763 - 774
  15.  Rogers, D. S., & Tibben-Lembke, R. (2001). AN EXAMINATION OF REVERSE LOGISTICS PRACTICES. Journal Of Business Logistics, 22(2), 129-148.

 

Harvard Business Review Articles (Part Two)

The publisher of the Harvard Business Review has prohibited the University of Houston Libraries from establishing a permanent link to articles published within the journal. Students and Faculty will have to retrieve articles directly from the Business Source Complete database. 

  1. Ferdows, K., Lewis, M. A., & Machuca, J. D. (2004). Rapid-Fire Fulfillment. Harvard Business Review, 82(11), 104-110.
  2.  Fisher, M. L. (1997). What Is the Right Supply Chain for Your Product?. Harvard Business Review, 75(2), 105-116.
  3.  Lee, H. L. (2004). THE TRIPLE-A Supply Chain. Harvard Business Review, 82(10), 102-112.
  4.  Liker, J. K., & Choi, T. Y. (2004). Building Deep Supplier Relationships. Harvard Business Review, 82(12), 104-113.
  5.  Narayanan, V. G., & Raman, A. (2004). Aligning Incentives in Supply Chains. Harvard Business Review82(11), 94-102.
  6.  Gottfredson, M., Puryear, R., & Phillips, S. (2005). Strategic Sourcing From Periphery to the Core. Harvard Business Review, 83(2), 132-139.
  7.  Ferdows, K. (1997). Making the Most of Foreign Factories. Harvard Business Review75(2), 73-88.
  8. Magretta, J. (1998). FAST, GLOBAL, AND ENTREPRENEURIAL: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT, HONG KONG STYLE. An interview with Victor FungHarvard Business Review76(5), 102-114.
  9.  Cappelli, P., Singh, H., Singh, J. V., & Useem, M. (2010). Leadership Lessons from India. Harvard Business Review,88(3), 90-97.
  10.  Fisher, M. L., Hammond, J. H., Obermeyer, W. R., & Raman, A. (1994). Making Supply Meet Demand In An Uncertain World. Harvard Business Review72(3), 83-93.

A how-to-video has been created to guide you through the process. The image below displays the steps for retrieving an article from the Harvard Business Review journal.

Video: How to retrieve Harvard Business Review articles located within Business Source Complete.

 

Gartner Research (Part Three)

The Gartner Supply Chain Top 25 for 2014
21 May 2014  ID# G00264011
The link to access Gartner Core Research is below, you will need your CougarNet ID & Password to use this resource.