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Creative Commons licence CC BY-NC (Attribution-NonCommercial) Logforum. 2006. 2(2), article 4

FORMS OF MARKET COORDINATION VERSUS SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT AS COMPANIES CORE COMPETENCIES

Anna Łupicka

Abstract: Basic issues of logistics and SCM must be analyzed against the network among companies. Definitely most important are relationships, in which some companies are suppliers and others receivers. In the context of supplier-receiver relationship the problem of coordination and its impact on companies activities is involved. The supply chain is a specific example of companies' ties, where different ways of coordination interchange starting from competition throw control finishing on cooperation. It is worth emphasizing that the concept of integration, which may create a huge competitive advantage stemming from improving responsibility and cost reduction, leading to modern activities and greater profitability of companies in the supply chain does not have to refer only and exclusively to cooperation
Keywords: supply chain management, core competencies, supply chain integration, buyer-supplier relationship, market coordination
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MLA Łupicka, Anna. "FORMS OF MARKET COORDINATION VERSUS SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT AS COMPANIES CORE COMPETENCIES." Logforum 2.2 (2006): 4.
APA Anna Łupicka (2006). FORMS OF MARKET COORDINATION VERSUS SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT AS COMPANIES CORE COMPETENCIES. Logforum 2 (2), 4.
ISO 690 ŁUPICKA, Anna. FORMS OF MARKET COORDINATION VERSUS SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT AS COMPANIES CORE COMPETENCIES. Logforum, 2006, 2.2: 4.