Increasing emphasis is being placed on integrated thinking in business decision making. Part of that emphasis requires a better understanding of the basic concepts that are used to add value to products and services that are consumed in the channel system. Presents a conceptualization which can be used to integrate concepts from production/operations management and logistics management for the purpose of understanding the linkages that exist between these two applied disciplines. The conceptual structure is based on an understanding of the management of capacity and movement at both the firm and channel levels which can help the academic and practitioner view the commonalities between their responsibilities and those of other channel members.
Novack, R., Rinehart, L. and Fawcett, S. (1993), "Rethinking Integrated Concept Foundations: A Just‐in‐Time Argument for Linking Production/Operations and Logistics Management", International Journal of Operations & Production Management, Vol. 13 No. 6, pp. 31-43. https://doi.org/10.1108/01443579310039001Download as .RIS
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