The development of a logistical body of knowledge for the Department of Defense
Yardley, Thomas E.
Curl, Gregory A.
Pavlik, David E.
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The purpose of this MBA Project was to identify and provide a basic but comprehensive overview of current logistical and supply chain management practices relevant to the Department of Defense. This project was conducted with the assistance of Naval Postgraduate School professors versed in Transportation, Logistical, and Financial Management disciplines. Presented in an annotated bibliography format, the project identifies concepts, theories, articles, journals, and perspectives that will be useful to all Department of Defense users. The objective is to examine the logistics culture from these perspectives and provide a tool allowing a standardized level of knowledge subsequently generating a dynamic pool of knowledge compassing logistical theories and qualitative decision-making tools.
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