New Publication by Dr. Phadnis on End-to-end Apparel Supply Chain Strategy

03 Oct 17

A new research study by Dr. Shardul Phadnis and Prof. Charlie Fine (of MIT Sloan and Asia School of Business) on the end-to-end strategies of apparel supply chains was published by Production and Operations Management. The study shows that taking an end-to-end perspective can provide novel insights that can contradict conventional wisdom about ideal supply chain strategies. In this study, the authors’ end-to-end perspective involves considering apparel sourcing and retailing decisions jointly, as components of one system. The current industry and academic practices consider these two decisions in isolation.

The full paper can be downloaded from this link (required access to the journal):

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