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Roles of the SCM Steering Department

  • Mikihisa NakanoEmail author
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Abstract

The final chapter focuses on the SCM steering department, which is an internal structure for steering a firm’s supply chain process change. Specifically, the roles of this department in the three phases, that is, before transition, in transition, and after transition, are discussed.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Kyoto Sangyo UniversityKita-kuJapan

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