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Supply Chain Management

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There is a thin line between business efficiency and business chaos. That line is called logistics.

Every product and service you buy is the result of a value chain.

How to handle returns, surpluses, trade-ins and disposals in a supply chain.

Supply chain management is key to efficiencies such as low costs, productivity and sustainability.

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The primary objective of organizational change management is to execute an effective strategy. That's easier to say than do. The following secondary objectives (goals) are how organizations deliver change.

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