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Managing Project Supply Chains

02-08-2012 04:46 AM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

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A major project has many suppliers, contractors and customers; it has procurement and supply, demand planning and scheduling; it often lasts over several years and has longer lead times. Therefore it can be argued that the management of major projects will benefit from adopting some customized supply chain management principles, all of which are discussed in this book.

Managing Project Supply Chains was published by Gower in NOvember 2011
Paperback Price £26.50 ISBN 978-1-4094-2515-1

Gower is recognised as one of the world's leading publishers of specialist business and management books and resources. Our publishing programme covers many of the main business processes and functions and we are continuously developing new titles. Founded in 1967 Gower is an independent, global publisher.

Susan White
Gower Publishing Ltd
Wey Court East
Union Road
Farnham
GU9 7PT UK

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