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Are You Feeding the Beast? Or Driving Progress in Your Business?

By | Demand, Demand driven, Market-Driven, New technologies, Sales and Operations Planning | No Comments

As a mom, I loved to read to my daughter. One of our favorites was the book, Where the Wild Things Are. I loved the imagery in this short story of 338 words. You have probably also read it many times; but, just in case you are not familiar, let me briefly summarize the plot. The story is about a young boy, Max, who after dressing himself in his wolf costume, wreaks havoc…

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Preparing for the Third Act

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The curtain is rising on the third act of supply chain planning. Over the course of the last two decades, we have seen two evolutions of Supply Chain Planning (SCP) software. The first was the rise of Best-of-Breed providers. These first solutions were on the mainframe and with migration to client-server architectures. The market then shifted to include the extended Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) providers. These solutions bundled Customer Relationship Management…

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Applause!

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Last week, I wrote about the evolution of supply chain planning. In my blog post, I commented on HOW little supply chain planning has  changed in its twenty-year evolution. As I worked with clients this week, I had a long and hard talk with myself. I am part of the problem. I, like other analysts, are stuck in the traditional software APS paradigm. In this post, I want to pay homage…

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Buckle Up! I think it will be a WILD Ride.

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Supply chain talent is constrained. As we try to find a solution for the supply chain talent gap, there are more questions than answers. Last week, I attended a Penn State networking conference on the topic. It was attended by 35 supply chain leaders.  This week, I continued to learn about talent development by facilitating an executive workshop at the Logility Connections conference. To prepare for the conference, I worked with Karin Bursa, Vice…

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