Tag: S&OP

Building a Triple A Supply Chain: Ten Tactics That Work

customer-centric supply chains, Sales and Operations Planning, Supply Chain, Supply chain excellence, Supply Chain Leadership, Supply Chain Talent

It was not my goal; but by accident, it became my mission. At Supply Chain Insights, as we combed through over 9000 quantitative responses...

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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...

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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,...

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S&OP Effectiveness: Recommendations to Make the Leap

Demand, Demand driven, Inventory Management, Sales and Operations Planning

It is a beautiful fall day in Philadelphia. This afternoon I put the finishing touches on a new report, “What Is the Value...

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S&OP: A Tough Nut to Crack

Market-Driven, Sales and Operations Planning, Supply Chain Excellence • 3 Comments

Idiom – A Tough Nut to Crack: A problem that is very difficult to solve. Cambridge Dictionary Sales and Operations Planning...

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

Demand, Demand driven, Market-Driven, New technologies, Sales and Operations Planning

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...

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