Supply chain management (SCM) is the process of managing the operations of a system of organizations, people, activities, information, and resources involved in efficiently moving products or services from suppliers to customers. SCM can effectively conduct the movements of physical items, knowledge, and information from the original supplier to the final end-user. In this book, we explore the systemic analysis of SCM and its effect on business development performance. We identify the structural problems in the supply chain, clarify how they influence the functioning of business development, and suggest elaboration of strategic approaches to address those problems. The author includes professional perspectives and insights from experts including various SCM sources.