Supply chain management has gained wide importance for companies that produce goods or services. Though it is well understood that shifting from the single company to the whole supply chain triggers the need for reorganization and reengineering, strategic management or organizational theories have not yet been incorporated in supply chain management. This volume addresses the intersection between organizational theory, strategic management and supply chain management. Within the 23 chapters of the book, 35 authors show how new concepts help companies and their suppliers and customers to coordinate efficiently the partners in a supply chain. The concepts and methodologies presented are illustrated with case studies from various industries and logistical services.