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Extended Enterprise, The: Gaining Competitive Advantage through Collaborative Supply Chains by Robert E. Spekman, Edward W. Davis

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Notes

  1. Edward Teach, “Working on the Chain,” CFO (September 2002): 83–88.

  1. Doug Smock, “Buyers Shift Strategies as Cost Reduction Goals Grow,” Purchasing 131 (September 5, 2002): 13–14.

  1. Ed Leddy, “Consortia Procurement: A Look Inside,” Inside Supply Management (July 8, 2002).

  1. See Robert Spekman, Joe Spear, and John Kamauff, “Supply Chain Competence: Learning as a Key Component,” Supply Chain Management: 7 41–55 (2002).

  1. CEO Agenda 2002, The Extended Enterprise”, The Economist White Paper Series, November 2002.

  1. Cyrus Freidheim, The Trillion-Dollar Enterprise (Reading, MA: Perseus Books, 1998).

  1. For a further discussion of agility, see Steven Goldman, Roger Nagel, and Kenneth Preiss, Agile Competitors and Virtual Organizations (New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, ...

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