Undecided. I am in the process of considering recommending this book as a supplemental title for MSC students in logistics and supply. I am unsure about it because the quantitative tools of the discipline do not receive much coverage. The concepts however are robust and all of the major developments in the literature/theory receive discussion.
A good source for students and practitioners, covering key concepts and modern approaches in logistics and supply chain. Further advantages: a glossary, an extensive index, numerous case studies.
Have used the book when designing the content of the course and will use certain chapters as supplementary reading.
Interesting process approach. Good for a quick overview of the different topics.
Good book, self and collegue using to develop new MSc course.
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