Digital Supply Chain

Raise a Toast to Digital Business!

By | Big data supply chains, Demand, Market-Driven, Supply Chain | 2 Comments

It is the week before Thanksgiving in the United States, and as a good Yank, I am reflective. I am giving thanks. This blog was started in 2010. Today, 270 posts and five years later, I am thankful for the opportunity to sit at my kitchen table and communicate to almost 20,000 supply chain professionals globally (directly through this blog and through connections on Linkedin). I am in awe of…

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What Do We Do Now About Planning?

By | Big data supply chains, Demand, Downstream data, Market-Driven | 6 Comments

“What did you learn?” asked the client. I smiled and reflected. It was a thought-provoking question. The ROI study on supply chain planning was completed. We were reviewing the data that is showcased in the blog post Three Questions People are Afraid to Ask.  The data is clear: best-of-breed supply chain planning solutions are faster to implement, have a better ROI and yield higher satisfaction than planning systems from ERP providers….

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conflicting objectives

Misnomer

By | Demand, Supply Chain Insights | 2 Comments

Misnomer (n): A wrong name. The misuse of a term or name. Merriam-Webster Dictionary I am a supply chain gal. I work with many organizations on their supply chain strategies. One of the important lessons I have learned in my lifetime of doing this work is to never be afraid to ask what a term means … especially when everyone in the room is comfortable. The more content people are,…

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Three Questions People Are Afraid to Ask….

By | Big data supply chains, Demand, Market-Driven | 10 Comments

Groupthink is a psychological phenomenon that occurs within a group of people in which there is a desire for harmony within the group, but the result is an irrational or dysfunctional outcome.  Wikipedia You know the drill. The meeting is on everyone’s calendar. It has been set up by the CEO or a board member’s assistant months in advance. The room is big, the PowerPoint deck is large, and the coffee…

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