What Else Exists Besides The Product Flow In The Supply Chain?
In the supply chain, the commodity and services generally flow downstream from the origin to customer point of consumption. There is also a backward flow of materials, mainly related to product returns. For some people, product flow is the only flow, or at least the primary flow that gives rise to all other flows in
How to Reduce Complexity in Supply Chain Post COVID-19?
Complexity in business is the biggest killer of profitability. What is the best antidote for debilitating complexity?
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Very few companies seem to have enough warehousing space. Almost 80% of the companies I have interacted with as part of my projects (and that number runs in thousands, when you count the suppliers, customers and other supply chain partners of clients and customers) have sometime or other complained about running out of warehousing space.
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There were only 24 hours left. Tomorrow the board would pull the plug on the project which had continued for well over 3 years. The total costs as per internal calculations had run into hundreds of millions of dollars. External consultants reckoned that when you included the costs of internal resources seconded to the project from
Any One of These Five Confusions in Your Company Could Wipe Out the Entire Profit for the Year
There is no doubt that confusion results in loss of action. Because clarity is the basis of all actions. Clarity gives you confidence and confidence results in action. Imagine a scenario where you need to make a decision and, to make a decision you need information, some of which is missing. Generally speaking, you will
What Causes Supply Chain Confusion
My last post “Supply Chain Confusion could kill your business“ generated several great comments from highly qualified professionals around the world, and in this post I want to explore the reasons for the confusion. Obviously, the confusion is debilitating, and unprofitable. I am sure readers will have their own experiences with the confusion in supply