Compliance Management Books

  • Best Practice for Compliance Management: The ISO 19600 Approach

    This e-book looks at the ISO 19600 approach for best practice in Compliance Management. It gives an explanation of the structure of this Standard using the ‘plan/do/check/act’ method and provides an overview of the core stages. This is explained from the initial ‘establish’ phase right through to the ...

  • Reality of Sustainable Trade, The

    There is common agreement that international trade should contribute to sustainable development, particularly in the South. What is less clear is how to make this happen. Based on a broad analysis of the changing trends in supply chain management, this report looks at the real pressures faced by producers in the South and how they are responding ...

  • Strategic Closed-Loop Supply Chain Management

    Closed loops depict supply chains for which Original Equipement Manufacturer reintegrate their returned products into their own production network. While the reverse logistics research has extensively addressed the technical aspects of product reintegration, very few insights are available on whether OEMs should commit themselves to a closed-loop. ...

  • Greening the Supply Chain

    Since the Rio summit in 1992, the paradigm of corporate environmental responsibility has gradually and consistently extended beyond complying with increasingly stringent environmental regulation and taking up the proactive initiatives of a few world-class companies. Research indicates that the business and financial performance of companies may ...

  • Management of Public Works Construction Projects

    This book focuses on concepts and processes for managing public works construction projects. This book focuses on concepts and processes for managing public works construction projects. It highlights effective practices for good project management, identifies common pitfalls, and explains how they might be avoided or dealt with. The book has been ...

  • Data Mining

    Over the course of the last twenty years, research in data mining has seen a substantial increase in interest, attracting original contributions from various disciplines including computer science, statistics, operations research, and information systems. Data mining supports a wide range of applications, from medical decision making, ...

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