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Strategic Management of Global Manufacturing Networks

Aligning Strategy, Configuration, and Coordination

Friedli, Thomas, Mundt, Andreas, Thomas, Stefan

2014, XII, 271 p. 128 illus.

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  • Provides a holistic perspective on manufacturing network management considering the interplay between strategy, configuration, and coordination
  • Elaborates on each single dimension, thereby providing practitioners with proven applicable management concepts and tools
  • Demonstrates the applicability of the tools and concepts along numerous up-to-date cases from the manufacturing industry
The preceding process of globalization and the continuously rising competitive pressure on manufacturing companies in more developed economies unveiled the limits of classical site-focused optimization approaches. The focus of network optimization shifts ever more towards an integrative view of manufacturing networks, striving for a harmonization of the strategy-, configuration- and coordination levels. This book presents such an integrative approach to the strategic management of manufacturing networks. Besides strategic network requirements, this book discusses the derivation of an optimal global footprint and the optimization of network coordination activities. Special attention is paid to the site roles concept, especially to the concept of 'lead factory'. A large number of up-to-date cases from the producing industry enrich the book and provide the reader with vivid examples for the application of the presented concepts. Hence, this book is a must-read for both practitioners and academic researchers.​

Content Level » Professional/practitioner

Keywords » Lead factory - Manufacturing management - Manufacturing strategy - Network configuration - Network coordination - Network management

Related subjects » Operations Research & Decision Theory - Production & Logistics

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