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Sustainability in supply chain management casebook : applications in SCM

Author: Steven M Leon
Publisher: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson, ©2014.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Steven M Leon
ISBN: 9780133367195 0133367193
OCLC Number: 858814517
Description: xiv, 316 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part 1 Disaster Response: Social and Financial Impacts 1 Chapter 1 The Armenia Earthquake: Grinding Out an Effective Disaster Response in Colombia's Coffee Region Alfonso Pedraza Martinez, INSEAD; Catalina Estrada Mejia, UniAndes School of Management; Orla Stapleton INSEAD; Luk Van Wassenhove, INSEAD 3 Introduction 4 The Earthquake 4 The Relief Chain 6 Planning and Preparedness 6 Assessment 8 Resource Mobilisation 9 Financial 9 Human Resources 9 Organisational Set-up 10 Procurement and Donations 12 Transportation 13 Tracking and Tracing 15 Stock Asset Management 15 Extended Relief to Beneficiaries 17 Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting 18 Coordination and Collaboration 19 Conclusion 21 Appendix 1 22 Glossary of Organisations 22 Chapter 2 Resilient Response and Recovery at Western Digital: After the Thai Flood Joe Bunya, Western Digital; Christopher Tang, UCLA 27 Thailand Floods in 2011 30 Western Digital in Thailand 31 Before the Flood-Identifying, Assessing, and Mitigating Risks 33 During the Flood-Resilient Response 34 After the Flood-Speedy Recovery 37 The Sun Shines Again 38 Chapter 3 Global Effect of a Natural Disaster on a Lean Supply Network Mark Dolsen, Wayne State University and Tokai Rika Group North America-Quality Safety Systems Company (TRQSS), Dr. Ratna Babu Chinnam and Dr. Kenneth Chelst, Wayne State University 43 Breaking News-Friday, March 11, 2011 43 Background of TRQSS, Inc. 46 Assessment of the Supply Base 48 Trouble from the Other End of the Chain 49 Preserving the Culture in a Downturn 52 What's Next? 55 Chapter 4 Honda Automobile (Thailand) and Its Supply Chain Disruption Kraiwinee Bunyaratavej, Wesley College 63 Honda Automobile (Thailand) History 63 The Big Flood 64 Financial Impact 66 Other Plants 69 Part 2 Organizational Change, Environmental Sustainability, and Financial Analysis 71 Chapter 5 Going Green: The Pfizer Freiburg Energy Initiative (A) Sam Aflaki and Paul Kleindorfer, INSEAD 73 Pfizer and the Pharmaceutical Industry 74 Becker's Portfolio: The Freiburg Energy Master Plan 77 The Wood-Pellet Boiler Project 82 Role of the Portfolio of Projects within Pfizer's Sustainability Agenda 86 The Decision 88 Appendix 1 89 Kyoto Protocol, CO2 and Emissions Trading 89 Chapter 6 Sandvik Coromant Recycling Concept Gal Raz and Michel Schlosser, University of Virginia 97 Industry Overview 98 Tungsten and Cobalt 100 Company Overview 101 Sandvik Tooling's Supply Chain 103 Manufacturing 103 Logistics 103 R&D and New Product Development 103 Multibranding 104 Cooperation with Customers 104 Quality 105 Organization and Culture 105 Organization 105 Culture 105 The CRC at Sandvik Tooling 106 Cemented Carbide Recycling 106 History 107 The Reverse Supply Chain 108 In-house or Outsource? 109 Environmental Impact 110 Pricing of Scrap 110 Local Sales Organizations: The U.S. Example 110 Chapter 7 HeidelbergCement: Technology Choice Under Carbon Regulation David Drake, Paul Kleindorfer, and Luk Van Wassenhove, INSEAD 123 History, Growth and Landscape 125 The History of HeidelbergCement 126 The Competitive Landscape 128 The Emergence of a Carbon Economy 129 From Kyoto to Carbon Credits 129 The European Union Emissions Trading Scheme 131 Emissions Regulation in European Cement 133 Cement Operations and Carbon Impacts 136 Kiln Operations 136 Fossil, Alternative and Biomass Fuels 137 Cement Blending and Clinker Substitution 140 On the Horizon-Carbon Capture and Storage 142 The Benelux Cluster 144 A Question of Impact and Survival 146 Chapter 8 Electronic Waste: What to Do with It? Steven Leon, University of Central Florida 161 A Day at the Office 161 Technology Changes 162 Repercussions of Changing Demand for CRTs 163 Industry Responsibility 164 Government Intervention 165 Supplier Oversight 167 Good News 169 Part 3 Sustainability Throughout the Supply Chain 171 Chapter 9 Better Tomorrow at Sodexo North America Jan Bell, S. Sinan Erzurumlu, Holly Fowler, Babson College 173 Introduction 173 Sodexo: Corporate Overview 175 Supply Management Group 177 The Better Tomorrow Plan 179 Sustainability Strategy and Priorities at Sodexo North America 180 "We Do" Protect the Environment at NORAM 183 Energy and Emissions 184 Water and Effluents 186 Local, Seasonal, or Sustainably Grown or Raised Products 187 Sustainable Fish and Seafood 188 Moving Forward 190 Chapter 10 GroBaby Foods: Green Sourcing Sheneeta W. White, University of St. Thomas 197 Introduction 197 Company Background 198 Competitive Pressures 199 Infant Puree Production 200 The Supply Chain 200 The Sourcing Strategy 201 Developing a Green Sourcing Strategy 203 The Challenge 204 Discussion Questions 205 Chapter 11 Reducing Pollution Through Green Logistics Tom McNamara, ESC Rennes School of Business and Erika Marsillac, Old Dominion University 209 Sources 213 Part 4 Social Sustainability Through Innovation 215 Chapter 12 Bosch: Creating Innovations Through Active Collaborations Marina Mattera, Universidad Europea de Madrid 217 The Base of the Pyramid (BoP) 217 Open Innovation 220 Open Innovation: Robert Bosch GmbH 222 Continued Financial Success 222 Business Sectors 224 Automotive Industry 224 Industrial Technology 225 Consumer Goods and Power Tools 225 Social Responsibility 226 Innovation Production: R & D and Operations 227 Bosch's R & D Infrastructure 228 How to Proceed When Conducting R & D and Operations 229 Collaborations 231 Innovation Production: Processes and Products 233 Processes and Procedures 233 Products 235 Conclusion 239 Questions 240 References 241 Chapter 13 Max Foundation (A): Saving Children's Lives Through Business Model Innovation Martijn Thierry, Strategy Consultant and Luk Van Wassenhove, INSEAD 243 I. Creating Something Positive Out of a Tragedy 244 II. The Vision and the Search 245 III. Building the Base in the Netherlands 247 IV. The First Steps in Bangladesh: Learning While Doing 248 V. Challenges at Home 251 VI. Increasing Presence in Bangladesh 253 VII. Envisioning the Next Step 255 Max Foundation: Saving Children's Lives Through Business Model Innovation (A) and (B) 257 Appendix 1 264 Pictures of Joke and Steven in Bangladesh 264 Appendix 2 266 Additional Information on the Implementation Partners in Bangladesh 266 Overview .266 Some Partner Specific Information 267 Chapter 14 Max Foundation (B): What Is the Best Route Forward? Martijn Thierry, Strategy Consultant and Luk Van Wassenhove, INSEAD 269 I. Finding Partners for Growth 270 II. Measuring and Analysing Impact for Better Performance 271 III. Developing One Marketing Strategy for a Specific Donor Segment 273 Chapter 15 NH: Innovation and Knowledge Production Through Active Stakeholder Management Marina Mattera, Universidad Europea de Madrid 275 Creation of Innovations 275 Knowledge Production and Diffusion Life Cycle 277 Tourism Industry 279 NH Hoteles History Overview 281 Corporate Profile: Mission, Vision, and Values 283 Knowledge Life Cycle at NH 284 Business Process Environment 288 Questions 295 References 296 Index 299
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