Supply Chains to Admire

Lassoing S&OP

customer-centric supply chains, Demand, Sales and Operations Planning, Supply Chain Leadership, Supply Chain Talent, Supply Chains to Admire

A lasso is what supply chain leaders would like to have. Why? To align S&OP. The processes are out of control. Let me explain. As...

Read More

Tell Me Why

Supply Chains to Admire, Uncategorized

As a blogger, you can get feedback in real-time. Pretty cool. Right? I answer every question I get and sometimes I share my answers.  This...

Read More

Carter’s: A Story of Supply Chain Leadership

Supply Chain Excellence, Supply Chain Leadership, Supply Chains to Admire

To drive global scale, companies need to design the supply chain to buy globally and execute locally. Not many companies have cracked this...

Read More

Supply Chains to Admire: 2016 Results

Supply Chains to Admire • One Comment

Five months of analysis. Lots of heated debates. It is now over. This morning we announced the Supply Chains to Admire Winners and...

Read More

How Can We Heal the Global Supply Chain?

Demand, Global Supply Chains, Supply Chains to Admire • One Comment

Today I unpacked my bags. In the last six months, in my travels, I have presented to supply chain teams in China, Belgium, France, Germany,...

Read More

Measuring Up?

metrics that matter, Supply chain excellence, Supply Chain Excellence, Supply Chain Performance Index, Supply Chains to Admire

The average manufacturing company’s supply chain organization is 15 years old. Historically, the traditional supply chain focused on...

Read More
Close