pubblicato da Kogan Page Ltd
Logistics and supply chains play a vital role in the overall success of retail management. This fifth edition of Logistics and Retail Management covers the major strides made in retail logistics and the challenges which remain, providing students and professionals with the current thinking and research in this strategic field. Including chapters on internationalization, corporate social responsibility (CSR), and green logistics, the book also explores examples from successful organizations such as Schuh and Tesco. Fully updated with the latest international developments and on-going changes in the field, Logistics and Retail Management, 5th edition is a multi-contributed collection from leading academics and practitioners and an expert editor team. The new edition also includes material on the luxury fashion industry and the logistical challenges of e-commerce. Logistics and Retail Management, 5th edition is the essential text for students of retail logistics and supply chain management.
The book offers a wide range of contemporary insights from subject-specific experts. It is a valuable and flexible teaching resource and, most importantly, an interesting read for everyone who is passionate about retailing and distribution management. * Christoph Teller, Chair in Retailing and Marketing, Head of Marketing and Retail Management, University of Surrey, UK * This new edition of Logistics and Retail Management is more relevant and timelier than ever. The book helps the reader understand the complexity of logistics and supply chain management issues in retail through through theory and interesting cases that everyone can relate to. The challenges of supply chain practice, such as ethical and environmental issues, are dealt with in a very informative and constructive way. * Britta Gammelgaard, Professor, Department of Operations Management, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark * I continue to recommend this book to students. This fifth edition, which reflects the increasing CSR, technological and environmental impacts on retail supply chains, is a well written, highly relevant and up-to-date resource for all retail logistics and supply chain management courses. This is an essential read, achieving the ideal balance between academic and practitioner perspectives of changing retail logistics and supply chains. * Cathryn Hart, Senior Lecturer, Retailing and Operations Management, School of Business and Economics, Loughborough University *