Tag: Supply Chain Index

New Bookends: The Tale of Supply Chain Global Leaders in Consumer Products


Definition Bookends: To be positioned at the end or on either side of (something). Colgate. Procter & Gamble. Kimberly-Clark. Unilever....

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L’Oréal: A Beautiful Supply Chain

Market-driven value networks, Supply chain excellence, Supply Chain Leadership

In the process of compiling the Supply Chains to Admire report for last year’s Supply Chain Insights Global Summit, the research team at...

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Judging Supply Chain Improvement: Campbell Soup Case Study

Demand, Supply Chain • 4 Comments

Over the course of the last two years, we at Supply Chain Insights have worked on a methodology to gauge supply chain improvement. We named...

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Mush is a thick cornmeal pudding boiled in water or milk. It sits until the gel forms a semisolid state. In the United States, we lick it...

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What About the Supply Chain Index?

Risk management, Supply Chain

I have traveled 12,000 miles this week. When I get off the plane, I am accosted by the signs at airports around the world. SAP touts...

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What I have Learned Working on the Supply Chain Index

Big data supply chains, Downstream data, Supply Chain

It started at my kitchen table. I was writing the book, Bricks Matter and I wanted a better definition of Supply Chain Excellence. As a...

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