... "The book is chock-full of useful tips, rules, and models that business people can implement immediately. Therein lies the book's true value. Summing Up: Recommended."
Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, March, 2011
"It is one of the most applicable and practically oriented books on supply chain operations that has come across my desk in recent times."
Husdal.com, January 17, 2011
"To cope with the kind of constant change that now confronts businesses worldwide, supply chains will need to become more flexible. Supply chain managers who want to know how to put that idea into practice might want to pick up Operations Rules..."
CSCMP's Supply Chain Quarterly, November 29, 2010
"The first place to find the right supply chain answers is to ask the right supply chain questions. The ability to do that in provocative ways has always been one of the hallmarks of my friend Dr. David Simchi-Levi of MIT, who is back with a new book that continues as usual adds substantially to the supply chain body of knowledge."
Supply Chain Digest, October 22, 2010
"The book proposes innovative approaches to flexibility and ways to help firms operating global supply chain networks to reduce risk."
Spend Matters, October 11, 2010
"All in all, the book is required reading for any serious supply chain professional."
Supply Chain Movement, October 2010
"...he gives business leaders the tools to understand how to improve operations via a new customer-value perspective."
Inbound Logistics, July 2010 (page 168)
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