Stadtler, H., Fleischmann, B., Grunow, M., Meyr, H., Sürie, C.
2012, X, 306 p.
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“The authors present a unifying framework for illustrating the planning tasks an organization must perform, and discuss how an advanced planning system (APS) could help the organization cope with planning complexity. … valuable to both beginning and experienced supply chain (optimization) consultants, and also to organizational staff who work in the planning function. … this book can be instrumental in closing the gap between the theory and practice of supply chain planning.” (Hein Fleuren, Interfaces, Vol. 43 (6), November-December, 2013)