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In the field of commerce, the term supply chain management (SCM) is referred to as the effective management of the flow of products as well as services from the manufacturing units to the end customers. This process also involves the storage as well as the movement of the desired raw materials, of the work in progress inventory, and of the final goods from the origin point to the end consumption point.

The process of effective supply chain management also includes the interlinked or interconnected networks, node businesses and channels which are used for combining the provisions of the given goods and services that might be required by the customers in the given supply chain. The definition and importance of effective supply chain management needs to be understood by the organizations of the world to ensure seamless operations and satisfaction of the end customer at the same time.

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Learn about as much as you would reading Wikipedia

If this were a college course, you would learn this material in the first or second class. I liked how the examples were anchored with real world companies but the examples were also too simplistic. Case studies would have been better.

Not sure who the narrator is, but although her accent is flawless she mispronounced a few common brand names.