Countless businesses around the globe are rolling out new products, building out infrastructure, and fighting for market share. In these disruptive times, there is immense pressure for supply chain leaders to deliver the goods despite strong supply-side headwinds and fickle customers.
Successful demand planning requires a stable and sustainable planning process that is continuously reviewed and improved.
If you're looking to improve your supply chain management systems, these quick tips can help you get started.
It seems we are always reinventing ourselves to meet the latest challenges. Often the solution comes down to managing people, process, and technology.
In today’s highly globalized economy, no country can remain isolated or insulated from the outside world. The world is so interconnected that one hiccup can cause a myriad of issues downstream.
Despite all the bad news regarding container ships stacked up at ports, pandemic related labor challenges, and chip shortages, there have been a few bright spots regarding the supply chain. The general ideas around vision, technology, and sustainability apply to all of us.
With the new year comes pundit “prediction season”. It seems that anyone who can type will post their list of things to look out for. It’s human nature to look ahead and anticipate what may be. We all look back to look forward – just like a good demand forecast does. And if you think about it, most calendar-year business plans are in truth, predictions about the year to come.