Lean and Agile Value Chain Management: A Guide to the Next Level of Improvement

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J. Ross Publishing, Jan 15, 2010 - Business & Economics - 472 pages
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About the author (2010)

Dr. Ehap Sabri has nearly two decades of professional experience in software development, process mapping, project management, system analysis, advance planning & scheduling, and e-business solutions in a variety of industries, with a proven record of success in adding value and achieving cost reductions. Currently, he holds the position of Senior Solution Architect at i2 Technologies in Dallas, Texas, and is also an adjunct professor at the University of Dallas (UD) and University of Texas at Dallas teaching advanced supply chain management and logistics courses for the MBA and Ph.D. programs. Dr. Sabri has a doctorate in Industrial Engineering from University of Cincinnati, is a PRACTX Author for CAPS (Center for Strategic Supply Research), has presented in several industry meetings, published more than 10 conference and journal papers and is co-author of the one-of-a-kind book, Purchase Order Management Best Practices.

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