Enterprise Supply Chain Management

It is a great pleasure for me to introduce my first book on supply chain that was launched recently. The book is titled, “Enterprise Supply Chain Management: Integrating Best-in-class Processes” and available at Amazon as well as other book stores.


This book presents a functional view of the supply chain across the enterprise and covers all processes of demand management, supply management, warehousing, transportation, supply chain network design, and partner collaboration. This book is targeted at supply chain managers, technology managers managing supply chain projects, and students interested in learning about supply chains. If you like books that are written in a lucid, short, succinct manner, you will like it. This book does not go into the theory behind supply chain solutions, but points out what these processes can do for you, the inputs and outputs required by these processes, and their interaction with each other.

This book essentially covers the following:

  • A primer on supply chain and finance
  • Elements of a supply chain model
  • The scope of the supply chain
  • Demand and supply planning
  • Supply chain network design
  • Transportation and warehouse management
  • Supply chain collaboration
  • Reverse logistics management
  • Supply chain technology

Hope you will enjoy this book.


3 Responses to “Enterprise Supply Chain Management”

  1. Jan Husdal Says:

    Thanks for alerting me to this book. I didn’t even know you had one. Does it cover anything on supply chain risk? Anyway, I think I’ll give it a try and post a review in due time.

  2. vsehgal Says:


    Thanks for your comment. No — this book is not about supply chain risk. This is really an enterprise-wide view of supply chain processes like demand & supply planning, logistics etc. and descriptions of what they do, howto implement them, and how they relate to each other. Look forward to your comments. Best regards.

  3. Business Strategy & Supply Chains « Supply Chain Musings Says:

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