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Unless otherwise noted, all of the following articles are found in the Library Reserves located under the Resources Tab. The articles are listed alphabetically by the first word in the title of the article or by the first word of a book chapter title.

Min, Soonhong, “Inter-Corporate Cooperation in Supply Chain Management” Chap. 15 in Supply Chain Management.
Bowersox, Donald J., David J. Closs, and Theodore P. Stank, “How to Master Cross-Enterprise Collaboration,” Supply Chain Management Review, July/Aug. 2003, pp.18-27.
Reese, Andrew J., “The Collaboration Question,” iSource Business, May 2001, pp. 71-76.
Barrett, Mark, “Understanding the Meaning of Collaboration in the Supply Chain,” Supply Chain Management (not the textbook), Vol. 9, Iss. 1, 2004, pp. 30-42.

Min, Soonhong, “Inter-Functional Coordination in Supply Chain Management” Chap. 14 in Supply Chain Management (not the text).
Garver, Michael and Soonhong Min, “The Dynamic Role of the Sales Function in Supply Chain Management,” Chap. 5 in Supply Chain Management.
Mentzer, John, “Align Your Supply Chain Strategies and Your Reward Structures, Chap. 13 in Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management, 2004, pp. 235-246.

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Nelson, E. & Zimmerman, A. “Minding the Store, How Kimberly-Clark Keeps Client-Costco in Diapers” Wall Street Journal, Sept. 7, 2000.
Chopra, Sunil, “Vendor Managed Inventories,” Kellogg Case Collection No. 7-403-750, July 8, 2000
Waller, M. “Vendor-Managed Inventory in the Retail Supply Chain” Journal of Business Logistics, vol. 20 no. 1, 1999, pp. 183-203
Holweg, Matthias, et. al., “Supply Chain Collaboration: Making Sense of  the Strategy Continuum,” European Management Journal, Vol. 23, No. 2, pp. 170-181, April 2005.

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Duris, Rick, “Seven Deadly Sins of SCM Implementations,” Fleet Equipment/Transport Technology Today, vol. 29, no. 10, Oct. 2003, p. 6
Sengupta, Sumantra, “The Top Ten Supply Chain Mistakes,” Supply Chain Management Review, vol. 8, no. 5, July/Aug 2004, pp.42-49
Moberg, Christopher, Thomas Speh and Thomas Freese, “SCM: Making the Vision a Reality,” Supply Chain Management Review, vol. 7, no. 5, Sep./Oct. 2003, pp. 34-39
Fawcett, Stanley, Gregory Magnan, and Alvin Williams, “Supply Chain Trust is Within Your Grasp,” Supply Chain Management Review, vol.  8, no. 2, March 2004, pp. 20-26.

Gardner, Dan, “Lean Manufacturing,” Fleet Supply Chain Vector, 2004,             pp. 37 53
Vitasek, Manrodt and Abbott, “What Makes A Lean Supply Chain,” Supply Chain Management Review, October 2005
Womack and Jones, “Introduction: Lean Thinking and Muda,” Lean Thinking, Banish Waste and Create Wealth In Your Organization, 2003, pp: 15-72. (This reading is listed by book’s chapter title.)
Friedman, Jim, “Achieving a Green Supply Chain Through Lean Manufacturing,” Supply Chain Management Review, April 2008
Nelson, R. David, “How Delphi Went Lean,” Supply Chain Management Review, November-December 2004, pp. 32-37
Feingold, Jerry, “Lean Roots-a Quick History Lesson,” Quality Digest,       May 2008, pp. 35-39
Tompkins, Bruce, “Lean Thinking for the Supply Chain,” Supply Chain Edge–Tompkins Associates

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