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Ken Chan and Hugo Breton shared more than 40 years of combined experience in line management and management consulting in this book. The reader would learn the strategy, tactics, and implementation of different should cost model methodologies in various situations across multiple industries. The authors wrote about several fictional characters to bring certain key concepts Ken Chan and Hugo Breton shared more than 40 years of combined experience in line management and management consulting in this book. The reader would learn the strategy, tactics, and implementation of different should cost model methodologies in various situations across multiple industries. The authors wrote about several fictional characters to bring certain key concepts to life. Drawing on real-life case studies of major Fortune 500 companies, Ken and Hugo discussed how procurement and supply chain professionals use should-cost model to improve their negotiations, collaborate with suppliers, as well as working with engineering and manufacturing to conduct product value engineering and optimize end-to-end supply chain. The book also covers the key strategies for successful implementation and change management for companies to implement should-cost model and create their own value-chain intelligence. This book is a must-have for the procurement and supply chain professionals who want to deliver step-change savings and elevate their game to the board room agenda level!


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Ken Chan and Hugo Breton shared more than 40 years of combined experience in line management and management consulting in this book. The reader would learn the strategy, tactics, and implementation of different should cost model methodologies in various situations across multiple industries. The authors wrote about several fictional characters to bring certain key concepts Ken Chan and Hugo Breton shared more than 40 years of combined experience in line management and management consulting in this book. The reader would learn the strategy, tactics, and implementation of different should cost model methodologies in various situations across multiple industries. The authors wrote about several fictional characters to bring certain key concepts to life. Drawing on real-life case studies of major Fortune 500 companies, Ken and Hugo discussed how procurement and supply chain professionals use should-cost model to improve their negotiations, collaborate with suppliers, as well as working with engineering and manufacturing to conduct product value engineering and optimize end-to-end supply chain. The book also covers the key strategies for successful implementation and change management for companies to implement should-cost model and create their own value-chain intelligence. This book is a must-have for the procurement and supply chain professionals who want to deliver step-change savings and elevate their game to the board room agenda level!

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