market-driven value chains

How Supply Chain Lost Its Mojo

market-driven value chains, Market-driven value networks, New technologies • 2 Comments

mo·jo: noun. A magic charm, talisman, or spell. “Someone must have their mojo working over at the record company.” In the...

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Provoking the Industry to Move Past Incrementalism

market-driven value chains, metrics that matter, New technologies

Definitions: Provocateur. A person who or thing which provokes; a challenger, instigator, inciter, irritator; (in later use) specifically =...

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Looking Beyond Red Arrows

Demand, Inventory Management, market-driven value chains, Market-driven value networks

When I engage with supply chain leaders , I ask, “Are you making progress?” Most will nod their heads ‘yes’, but...

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Building the Network of Networks. Call for Action. Want to Help?

Big data supply chains, Digital Supply Chain, Global Supply Chains, market-driven value chains, Supply Chain visibility

In the 1980s commercial internet providers evolved. In 2001 Steve Jobs put 1000 songs in our pocket.  And steadily, over the last three...

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Building Outside-In Processes

Big data supply chains, customer-centric supply chains, market-driven value chains, Market-driven value networks, Supply Chain visibility • 3 Comments

This past weekend I decompressed and turned off my cell phone. The concept of being on and available all the time– 24/7– wears...

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Gaining Clarity on Inventory Effectiveness

demand driven, Inventory Management, market-driven value chains • One Comment

I remember the plane ride well. My career was in transition. I was moving from a position where I led a manufacturing operation to being a...

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