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The Resource Complexity management with the K-Method : price structures, IT and controlling for procurement of packaging materials, Daniel Kossman, Donald Kossmann, (electronic book)

Complexity management with the K-Method : price structures, IT and controlling for procurement of packaging materials, Daniel Kossman, Donald Kossmann, (electronic book)

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Complexity management with the K-Method : price structures, IT and controlling for procurement of packaging materials
Title
Complexity management with the K-Method
Title remainder
price structures, IT and controlling for procurement of packaging materials
Statement of responsibility
Daniel Kossman, Donald Kossmann
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Contributor
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
The book describes the K-Method developed by the authors. The purpose of the K-Method is to negotiate and manage a complex portfolio of customised materials all belonging to the same purchasing group (e.g. labels). The underlying idea is to agree on prices for specification features, instead of giving each material an individual price based on its unique specifications. By doing so, a price formula is agreed to between the buyer and the supplier which can even define the prices of future materials with any kind of specification
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N$T
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Kossmann, Daniel
Dewey number
338.4/76888
Index
no index present
LC call number
HD9999.C742
LC item number
K67 2016eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Kossmann, Donald
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Package goods industry
  • Packaging
Label
Complexity management with the K-Method : price structures, IT and controlling for procurement of packaging materials, Daniel Kossman, Donald Kossmann, (electronic book)
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Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Contents; Part I: Introduction; 1: Definitions and Typical Issues; 1.1 FMCG; 1.2 Complexity; 1.3 Packaging Materials; 1.4 Major Issues; 2: The K-Method, Example of a Price Formula; 2.1 One Single Price; 2.2 Fair Price for Each Packaging Item; 2.2.1 Consistent Prices for Individual Specification Attributes; 2.2.2 Consistent Margin of the Supplier When Quoting Prices for Specification Features; 2.3 Method to Create a Price Formula; 2.3.1 Selection of Specification Features; 2.3.2 Example; 2.3.3 Summary; 3: Solutions for Major Issues Using the K-Method
  • 3.1 Feedstock Materials3.1.1 The K-Method for Feedstock Materials; 3.2 Internal Benchmarking; 3.2.1 The K-Method for Internal Benchmarking; 3.3 New Price; 3.3.1 Agreeing to a New Price; 3.3.2 Process of Defining the Price; 3.3.3 The K-Method for New Prices; 3.4 Tenders; 3.4.1 The K-Method for Tenders; 3.5 Lot Sizes; 3.5.1 The K-Method for Lot Sizes; 3.5.2 Reach; 3.5.3 Obsoletes; 3.6 Combination of Packaging Items; 3.6.1 The K-Method for Combining Packaging Items; 3.7 Dimensions of a Moulds; 3.7.1 Applying the K-Method for Dimensioning Tools; 3.8 Supply Management Finance
  • 3.8.1 The K-Method for Supply Management Finance4: Why Should a Company Introduce the K-Method?; 4.1 Buyers ́Concerns; 4.1.1 General Working Procedures; 4.1.2 Renegotiations; 4.2 Common Concerns of Buyers and Suppliers; 4.2.1 Effort and Project Management; 4.3 Concerns of Suppliers; 4.3.1 Transparency of Costs; 4.3.2 Inaccuracy; 4.3.3 Ability to Combine; 4.3.4 Confidentiality; 4.3.5 Too Small Portfolio; 4.3.6 Dominance of the Supplier; 4.3.7 Advantages for the Supplier; 5: The K-Method in Other Industries; 6: Outlook on Advanced Technologies; 6.1 White Label; 6.2 Transfer Prices
  • 6.3 Configurators6.4 Master Data; Part II: Elaboration; 7: Specific Issues When Designing a Price Formula; 7.1 Transportation; 7.2 Storage; 7.3 Terms of Payment; 7.4 Consignment Stock; 7.5 Delivery Tolerances; 7.6 Optimising the Number of Items During a Production Cycle; 7.7 Lead Times and È̀mergency Call-Offs;́́ 7.8 Negotiation Cycles; Part III: Implementation; 8: Implementation in the ERP System; 8.1 The Complete Business Process; 8.2 Specification Features; 8.3 Storage of Prices; 8.3.1 Price Terms; 8.3.2 Standard Prices; 8.3.3 Planned Prices
  • 8.4 Material Planning: Call-offs and Purchase Orders8.4.1 Material Resource Planning; 8.4.2 Format Group: Setup Versus Changeover; 8.4.3 Purchase Orders; 8.4.4 Invoice Control; 9: Specification Features of Selected Categories; 9.1 Labels; 9.2 Plastic Tubes; 9.3 Corrugated Outer Cases; Part IV: Theoretical Fundamentals; 10: Value Analysis; 10.1 Multilingual Labels; 11: Scaled Prices; 12: Consistent Prices; 13: Derivation of the Price Formula; 13.1 Data Types of the Specification Features; 13.2 Linear Functions and Discrete Functions; 13.3 Summary
Control code
SPR923249773
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xv, 107 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783662482438
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Complexity management with the K-Method : price structures, IT and controlling for procurement of packaging materials, Daniel Kossman, Donald Kossmann, (electronic book)
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Contents; Part I: Introduction; 1: Definitions and Typical Issues; 1.1 FMCG; 1.2 Complexity; 1.3 Packaging Materials; 1.4 Major Issues; 2: The K-Method, Example of a Price Formula; 2.1 One Single Price; 2.2 Fair Price for Each Packaging Item; 2.2.1 Consistent Prices for Individual Specification Attributes; 2.2.2 Consistent Margin of the Supplier When Quoting Prices for Specification Features; 2.3 Method to Create a Price Formula; 2.3.1 Selection of Specification Features; 2.3.2 Example; 2.3.3 Summary; 3: Solutions for Major Issues Using the K-Method
  • 3.1 Feedstock Materials3.1.1 The K-Method for Feedstock Materials; 3.2 Internal Benchmarking; 3.2.1 The K-Method for Internal Benchmarking; 3.3 New Price; 3.3.1 Agreeing to a New Price; 3.3.2 Process of Defining the Price; 3.3.3 The K-Method for New Prices; 3.4 Tenders; 3.4.1 The K-Method for Tenders; 3.5 Lot Sizes; 3.5.1 The K-Method for Lot Sizes; 3.5.2 Reach; 3.5.3 Obsoletes; 3.6 Combination of Packaging Items; 3.6.1 The K-Method for Combining Packaging Items; 3.7 Dimensions of a Moulds; 3.7.1 Applying the K-Method for Dimensioning Tools; 3.8 Supply Management Finance
  • 3.8.1 The K-Method for Supply Management Finance4: Why Should a Company Introduce the K-Method?; 4.1 Buyers ́Concerns; 4.1.1 General Working Procedures; 4.1.2 Renegotiations; 4.2 Common Concerns of Buyers and Suppliers; 4.2.1 Effort and Project Management; 4.3 Concerns of Suppliers; 4.3.1 Transparency of Costs; 4.3.2 Inaccuracy; 4.3.3 Ability to Combine; 4.3.4 Confidentiality; 4.3.5 Too Small Portfolio; 4.3.6 Dominance of the Supplier; 4.3.7 Advantages for the Supplier; 5: The K-Method in Other Industries; 6: Outlook on Advanced Technologies; 6.1 White Label; 6.2 Transfer Prices
  • 6.3 Configurators6.4 Master Data; Part II: Elaboration; 7: Specific Issues When Designing a Price Formula; 7.1 Transportation; 7.2 Storage; 7.3 Terms of Payment; 7.4 Consignment Stock; 7.5 Delivery Tolerances; 7.6 Optimising the Number of Items During a Production Cycle; 7.7 Lead Times and È̀mergency Call-Offs;́́ 7.8 Negotiation Cycles; Part III: Implementation; 8: Implementation in the ERP System; 8.1 The Complete Business Process; 8.2 Specification Features; 8.3 Storage of Prices; 8.3.1 Price Terms; 8.3.2 Standard Prices; 8.3.3 Planned Prices
  • 8.4 Material Planning: Call-offs and Purchase Orders8.4.1 Material Resource Planning; 8.4.2 Format Group: Setup Versus Changeover; 8.4.3 Purchase Orders; 8.4.4 Invoice Control; 9: Specification Features of Selected Categories; 9.1 Labels; 9.2 Plastic Tubes; 9.3 Corrugated Outer Cases; Part IV: Theoretical Fundamentals; 10: Value Analysis; 10.1 Multilingual Labels; 11: Scaled Prices; 12: Consistent Prices; 13: Derivation of the Price Formula; 13.1 Data Types of the Specification Features; 13.2 Linear Functions and Discrete Functions; 13.3 Summary
Control code
SPR923249773
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xv, 107 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783662482438
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote

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