Extended enterprise gaining competitive advantage through collaborative supply chains edward w davis oliver wright professor of business administration robert e spekman tayloe murphy professor of business administration darden graduate school of business administration university of virginia charlottesville va 22901 an imprint of pearson education upper saddle river nj o new york . This chapter introduces the concept of the extended enterprise and argues for the benefits of collaborative behavior among supply chain partners given the economic turbulence in recent years it is not surprising that firms are trying to make their supply chains more cost effective transparent and responsive. The extended enterprise gaining competitive advantage through collaborative supply chains financial times prentice hall books edward w davis robert e spekman you cant compete and win alone. Extended enterprise the gaining competitive advantage through collaborative supply chains learn more buy this chapter is from the book this chapter is from the book extended enterprise the gaining competitive advantage through collaborative supply chains learn more buy summary the transformation from scm to extended enterprise thinking is more than just developing a new vocabulary and . While supply chain integration is usually treated as a primarily a matter of gaining visibility or improving synchronization throughout a chain ie linking it systems davis and spekman show that true collaboration depends the integration of business processes and the creation of trust outside traditional enterprise barriers in short davis and spekman have elevated trust to the level of an
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