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References: Developing Collaborative Supplier Partnerships

Published on: Jan, 24, 2011

by: Brian Fillard , MBA ‘03 Scott Frahm , MBA ‘03 Amy Mercer , MBA ‘03 Kendyle Scott , MBA ‘03

References

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2 Monczka,R., Trent, R., and Handfield, R. (1998). Purchasing and Supply Chain Management. Cincinnati, OH: South Western College Publishing.

3 Krause, D. & Handfield, R. (1999). Developing a World-Class Supply Base. Center for Advanced Purchasing Studies.

4 Standard & Poors Net Advantage: Autos & Auto Parts Industry Analysis.

5 Sehgal, S. & Handfield, R. (2000). General Motors’ Order to Delivery Initiative: A Case Study. North Carolina State University.

6 Handfield, R. & Nichols, E. (2002). Supply Chain Redesign: Transforming Supply Chains into Integrated Value Systems. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall PTR.

7 McCutcheon, D. & Stuart, I. (2000). Issues in the Choice of Supplier-Alliance Partnerships. Journal of Operations Management. April 2000, Volume 18.

8 Matrix adapted from Gessieaux, F. (2001). Re-inventing Supply Chains: From Automation, to Integration, to Collaboration. Achieving Supply Chain Excellence Through Technology Volume 3. 4/15/01.

9 Avery, Susan, (1996). Toyota Industrial Equipment Develops Suppliers, Raises U.S. Content. Purchasing, August 15, 1996, 27-29.

10 Anonymous. Half Work With Suppliers, Half Don’t. Purchasing Magazine. June 15, 2000.

11 Nelson, D., Mayo, R., & Moody, P. (1998). Powered by Honda: Developing Excellence in the Global Enterprise. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

12 Factories of the Future—Integrated Product Development. Industry Week. June 1, 2002.

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14 Is XML the next big thing? Logistics Management and Distribution Report. May 2002.

15 EDI: The pros and cons. Purchasing & Supply Management. December 1994.

16 The Once and Future EDI. CIO Magazine. January 1, 1997.

17 EDI vs. XML. Frontline Solutions. September, 2001.

18 Tag, you’re it! Standards: XML. CIO Magazine. March 15, 2000

19 XML and EDI: An Inevitable Integration. Business Credit. October, 2001.

20 Suspicious Minds. CIO Magazine. January 15, 2003.

21 Security Issues in the EDI Environment. International Journal of Operations & Production Management. 1994.

22 From Traditional EDI to Internet-based EDI: Managerial Implications. Journal of Information Technology. December, 1999.

23 Handfield, Robert. Executive Report of Key results of Recent Research on Supplier Development Strategies and Outcome.

24 Mieghem, Timothy. (1995). Implementing Supplier Partnerships. Prentice Hall Trade.

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26 Morgan, Jim. (2001). New Survey finds big gap between rhetoric and reality. Purchasing Magazine.

27 Rangan, K. and Bell, M. (1998). Harvard Business School Case # 9-598-116. Dell Online.

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29 Lima, E. (1997). VW’s Revolutionary Idea. Industry Week, 00390895. Vol. 246, Issue 6, page 62. March 17, 1997.

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