Supply Chain Management at Wal-Mart Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

In 2006, Wal-Mart, the second largest company in the world by sales, was looking to improve its already efficient supply chain. Company's supply chain has been closely connected with the retail and information systems, strategies, and developed gradually over the past 40 years. However, rivals up all aspects of how Wal-Mart cross-docks to product availability to use Wal-Mart complex database for the collection, storage and dissemination of information at the store suppliers. New Wal-Mart executive vice president, logistics, Johnny Dobbs, overseeing several initiatives aimed at improving the company's supply chain. However, he was not sure that these initiatives will have a significant impact on the cost of Wal-Mart, and he needed to look at what the company must do to stay ahead of the competition.

Supply Chain Management at Wal-Mart Case Solution

by Fraser P. Johnson Source: Richard Ivey School of Business Foundation 15 pages. Publication Date: November 28, 2006. Prod. #: 907D01-PDF-ENG

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