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consumer value networks

Looking Beyond Red Arrows

By | Demand, Inventory Management, market-driven value chains, Market-driven value networks | No Comments

When I engage with supply chain leaders , I ask, “Are you making progress?” Most will nod their heads ‘yes’, but upon a closer look at the data they admit they are stuck. Acknowledging this truth is a freeing moment. Why? It is hard work to maintain the status quo in metrics performance. Most leaders are treading water. When asked to do more, they try to deliver. They often fail. A downward-facing…

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What Is the Value of a Scorecard?

By | Demand, Market-Driven, Supply Chain | One Comment

It is about the right balance of the carrot and the stick. Progress happens when you measure. Relationships happen faster when there is more carrot than a stick. Over the last decade, scorecards have become more of a stick than a carrot.   Reflections Some days, in my coverage of consumer value networks, it seems like we are making slow progress. So slow, that I often feel like I am…

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