International Journal of Enterprise Network Management (IJENM)


International Journal of Enterprise Network Management (IJENM)

Publisher: Inderscienc

IJENM proposes and fosters discussion on the interaction, collaboration,
partnership and cooperation between small and medium sized enterprises
(SMEs) and larger enterprises in a supply chain. More innovative analysis
and better understanding of the complexity in a supply chain are essential
in today¹s global businesses.

A typical supply chain usually comprises of SMEs and larger enterprises.
Supply networks at every tier have a different level of complexity and
specific types of enterprises and industries have dedicated characteristics
and constraints. Therefore, new and adapted theories, configurable models
and frameworks are necessary for enterprises to compete and perform in such
a dynamic, complex and evolving supply chain.

The objectives of IJENM are to establish an effective channel of
communication between policy makers, government agencies, academic and
research institutions and persons concerned with the management of
enterprises and supply chains. It aims to bring together current research,
development and application in improving enterprises and supply chain
management performances. Study with enterprise-specific, cluster-specific,
industry-specific, country-specific, national-focus or international-focus
is welcome.

IJENM publishes original papers, review papers, technical reports, case
studies, conference reports, management reports, book reviews, notes,
commentaries, and news. Special Issues devoted to important topics in
enterprise management, operations management, supply chain management, and
technology management, will occasionally be published.

Topics suitable for IJENM include but are not limited to:

* Material requirements planning (MRP)
* Manufacturing resource planning (MRPII)
* Enterprise resource planning (ERP)
* Supply chain dynamics and uncertainty
* Supplier relationship management (SRM)
* Customer relationship management (CRM)
* Business to business (B2B)
* Business to consumer (B2C)
* E-procurement, e-commerce, e-business and e-organisation
* Business intelligence and knowledge management
* Supply chain management (SCM) and green supply chain
* Demand chain management (DCM)
* Order fulfilment and quick response
* Strategic alliances and partnerships
* Outsourcing and off-shoring
* Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) competitiveness
* Manufacturing technology and systems
* Information technology and systems
* Supplier and distribution networks
* Performance measurement and benchmarking
* Logistics information systems
* Inbound and outbound logistics
* Third party logistics (3PL) and fourth party logistics (4PL)
* Reverse logistics, eco-logistics and de-distribution.

ISSN (Print): 1748-1252
ISSN (Online): 1748-1260



Prof. Siau Ching Lenny Koh
University of Sheffield
Management School
9 Mappin Street
Sheffield S1 4DT


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Current Issue: Volume 1 Issue 1 2006

Date: 19 June 2006

Original posting date: 
Monday, June 19, 2006
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