Bose Corp.: The JIT II Program (A) Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Bose Corporation estimates an unusual plan to manage relationships with suppliers, which supply components for speaker Bose. The company must decide: 1) what planning and ordering activities must be performed Bose, and that can be performed suppliers, 2) how many suppliers should have access to the Bose computer systems and structures, and 3) how to adapt relations with suppliers, as the company's growth or, as the market changes. Students are encouraged to consider both the buyer and seller's perspective on the buyer-seller relationship. "Hide
by Roy D. Shapiro, Bruce Isaacson Source: Harvard Business School 13 pages. Publication Date: Mar 08, 1994. Prod. #: 694001-PDF-ENG

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