In real terms, competition no longer exists between products and firms but between supply chain architectures of firms. In other words, supply chain management has become a critical strategic weapon to outperform in the fiercely global competitive market scenario. Corporate enterprises like Dell Computers, Wal-Mart, Procter & Gamble, etc., have articulated their business models around the best practices of supply chain management. This made them capable of reaping benefits in terms of delivery of superior value to their customers than their rivals. They have truly become market leaders primarily due to their supply chain capabilities whereas followers are still at phases of functional and/or operational benefits. After having analysed available books, it was identified that most of the books do not address strategic perspectives of supply chain management holistically. Supply Chain Management: Strategy, Cases and Best Practices is a conscious and deliberate attempt to fill the gap in the present format and practices; and develop strategic orientation and best practices in the field of supply chain management.