Supply sensing

Reflections: Building the Network of Networks

Demand sensing, Digital Supply Chain, Market-Driven, Network of Networks, Supply sensing • 3 Comments

I remember the call like it was yesterday. Four years have passed. On this cold day, I would like to walk on the beach with my friend...

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Seeing Beyond the Firewall

customer-centric supply chains, Demand, Downstream data, Market-Driven, Supply sensing

Supply Chain Operating Networks: The building of supply chain applications using many-to-many architectures to connect multiple parties to...

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EDI: Workhorse of the Extended Supply Chain

Supply Chain, Supply sensing • 4 Comments

work·horse   noun\ˈwərk-ˌhȯrs\ : a dependable person who does a lot of work : a dependable machine or vehicle that is used to do a...

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How Do You Define a Mature Supply Chain Planning Organization? (Part 1)

Demand, Sales and Operations Planning, Supply Chain, Supply sensing

It was a sultry day in Philadelphia. Last week, it felt like August not May. I found myself counting the street signs to be sure that I...

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Epitaph

Demand, Sales and Operations Planning, Supply Chain, Supply sensing

epitaph n.  An inscription on a tombstone in memory of the one buried there.  A brief literary piece commemorating the deceased. A final...

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Like a Green Lump of Clay

Market-Driven, Sales and Operations Planning, Supply Chain, Supply sensing

My iPhone buzzed on my nightstand.  I groaned. I had gotten to bed late. It was 6:00 AM. This was before my wake-up call. I am not a...

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A Day of Firsts

Supply chain excellence, Supply sensing • One Comment

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