PwC's Joseph Roussel Co-Authors New Book on Managing Supply Chains for Strategic Advantage
“Strategic Supply Chain Management: The Five Disciplines for Top Performance, Second Edition” provides key insights into using the supply chain to drive business success
PwC today announced Joseph Roussel, a partner with PwC France, and Shoshanah Cohen, director of the Global Supply Chain Management Forum at Stanford Graduate School of Business, have co-authored the second edition of, Strategic Supply Chain Management: The Five Disciplines for Top Performance. The book focuses on the five elements of supply chain management that are critical for companies in search of better business results. The book is available for purchase online and at retailers nationwide in both hardcopy and e-book formats.
The new edition provides executives with insights on how they can make the supply chain a source of competitive advantage in today’s global economy and provides highly readable examples through six in-depth profiles of leading global companies.
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