How to Use What-if Scenarios to Create a Dynamic IBP Paradigm

Taking the time to perform what-if analyses on a regular basis with real and speculative events, gives planners tremendous insight into what parts of the supply chain are most sensitive to changes. As a result, planners will have a sense of what is a big deal and what is not. And when a crisis happens, they’ll feel confident in their ability to respond.

By |2021-06-02T13:12:02-04:00June 2nd, 2021|S&OP, Supply Chain, Supply Planning, What-if Wednesday|

How do you create a streamlined process for analyzing what-if scenarios?

What-if analysis is not about just running software multiple times with different settings. In this week’s Supply Chain Talk Arkieva CEO Harpal Singh, evaluates how to create a streamlined process for analyzing what-if scenarios. When I was a young engineer, some lessons were learned the hard way. I remember working on a scheduling issue

By |2019-04-13T23:09:18-04:00November 16th, 2017|Supply Chain Talk|

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