Tag: supply chain

A River Runs Through It

customer-centric supply chains, Demand, Demand driven, demand driven, Demand sensing, Demand shaping • 2 Comments

A River Runs Through It is one of my favorite films. The scenes directed by Robert Redford are beautiful. As the story unfolds, a family...

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Let’s Embrace New Ways of Working

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Tomorrow, I am off to Europe. On Thursday I speak on the future of supply chain technologies at an EyeOn conference in Rotterdam. It is...

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Seven Misconceptions on Managing Inventory in a Market-Driven World

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When it comes to the management of inventory in value chains, frustration abounds. Executive after executive laments they have purchased...

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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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Three Tough Headlines: What Can We Learn?

Demand, Supply Chain, Supply Chain Insights • 2 Comments

Today is a rainy day in Philadelphia. I am recovering from bronchitis. I am reflective as the rain sheets down my window. My travels this...

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My Take: Supply Chain Metrics That Matter

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Last week, I held my new book in my hand. It is exciting to have two years of research, nine months of writing, and four months of editing...

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