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Often in today’s supply chains the organization and use of the resources and assets is more around the role played in the fulfillment Vs. the traditional vertically integrated business. In this section of the LCC Knowledgebase you can select the various roles and discover The types of tools, case studies, techniques and operating tools that best support the selected role.






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Link to real time blog on S&OP diagnostics and implementation   
[253] Last Modified: Aug 4, 2011 8:29 AM
A realtime S&OP blog live case study
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Seven supply chain lessons, By Hau L. Lee   
[167] Last Modified: Jan 14, 2007 10:25 AM
http://www.my-esm.com/print/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=175006703

Seven supply chain lessons
Insights from the Electronics Supply & Manufacturing Global Supply Chain Summit
By Hau L. Lee
My-ESM
(01/01/2006 10:00 AM EST)
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Ventana Research Perspetive on S&OP   
[162] Last Modified: Jan 14, 2007 10:01 AM
Ventana research writes on enterprise perforamance management with an empahsis on S&OP as a topic, example ?

See Ventana Research website for more detials
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Guide to Intermodal Logistics   
[91] Last Modified: Feb 13, 2005 11:42 PM
Burlington Northern Sante Fe provides a primer on Intermodal transport and how it can drive strategic advantage for many supply chains.
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Commercial Site Selection Tools   
[72] Last Modified: Feb 13, 2005 11:11 PM
An online service to provide site location information.

Benefits: Saves time for Texas business support and provides business a self service tool for understanding costs and infrastructure tradeoffs and options.

Example usages in Global Logistics and Postponed Manufacturing Network:
• Used to help find best location for flow through warehousing
• Used to find public warehousing expandable warehousing space for growth
• Used to assist in training needs for logistic workers.
• Used to find the right staff for effective business operation.
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The Transportation and Warehousing Challenge in China   
[88] Last Modified: Feb 9, 2005 1:18 PM
The Transportation and Warehousing Challenge for Multinational Corporations in China
Journal of Transportation Management - Fall 2004
By Garland Chow, University of North Texas and
Charles Guowen Wang, China Development Institute
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Top 25 Supply Chains   
[43] Last Modified: Jan 19, 2005 5:42 PM
AMR Names Supply Chain Top 25
Frontline Solutions November 29, 2004
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Siemens Total Order Fulfillment Case Study   
[4] Last Modified: Jan 19, 2005 4:54 PM
Brash High-Tech Start-up Matures Into a Profitable Unit of Siemens
Global Logistics & Supply Chain Strategies September 2003

Siemens acquires Efficient Networks just before the high-tech bust. Then it has to figure out a way to keep the new subsidiary alive and stay the course. A revamped supply chain is the answer.
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Introduction to TLEF and North Texas Logistics Education Programs   
[71] Last Modified: Jan 16, 2005 9:47 AM
http://www.logistics.unt.edu/index.htm
http://www.logistics.unt.edu/TLEF.htm
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Third Party Postponed Assembly and Configuration   
[42] Last Modified: Jan 4, 2005 3:41 PM
Leverage third party postponed assembly and configuration to enable global logistics strategies by using the most cost efficient transportation over the longest distribution leg and enabling product customization to end user specifications at or very near the point and time of delivery.
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Capturing the Value of Supply Chain Management   
[11] Last Modified: Jan 4, 2005 5:41 PM
Strategy + Business - 06/26/03
An exclusive survey shows CEO participation, smart use of technology, and bold change initiatives are key to successful Supply Chain Management.
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Global Logistics Synchronization:
The Advantage in Global Manufacturing
  
[12] Last Modified: Feb 22, 2005 7:49 AM
Global Logistics & Supply Chain Strategies — March, 2004
By Jon Kirkegaard

Have you heard the President’s challenge to our nation to put a man on Mars? Can you imagine the engineers designing a Mars space mission precisely calculating the physics of the perfect terminal velocity for the rocket to exit the earth’s atmosphere, but the mission fails because the rocket is inaccurately aimed at the wrong planet? That’s not unlike what many manufacturers are doing with their manufacturing strategy and execution.
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