The University of Houston Libraries does not have a subscription for Harvard Business School Cases. Students will have to purchase those items.
Melnyk, S. A., Davis, E. W., Spekman, R. E., & Sandor, J. (2010). Outcome-driven supply chains. MIT Sloan Management Review, 51(2), 33-38.
Hammer, M., Haney, C. J., Wester, A., Ciccone, R., & Gaffney, P. (2007). The 7 deadly sins of performance measurement and how to avoid them. MIT Sloan Management Review, 48(3), 19
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. A how-to-video has been created to guide you through the process and a direct link to the database is below.
From bean to cup: How Starbucks transformed its supply chain By James A. Cooke, Editor | From the Quarter 4 2010 issue
Supply chain management: A look back, a look ahead By James R. Stock, Ph.D. | From the Quarter 2 2013 issue
Supply Chain Strategy: The Importance of Aligning Your Strategies, UPS - White Paper