External expertise is essential for unlocking business success and avoiding blind spots. Leaders should leverage the knowledge and experience of external partners to identify and address potential challenges.
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Fire-Aim-Ready (FAR) is a methodology for mastering innovation and staying ahead of competitors. By focusing on rapid experimentation, this approach helps companies quickly iterate and refine new ideas. In this article, we’ll explore the benefits of the FAR methodology and how it can be used to drive innovation and growth.
Collaborative supply chain management can enhance profitability and optimise operations. Learn how collaboration among partners can unlock maximum profitability in this blog.
Five fundamental questions that every environmentally pro-active CEO needs to ask about their Supply Chains?
The Natural Gas Supply Chains Coming Re-Alignment Of The Natural Gas Supply Chains On A Global Scale, And Its Impact On Downstream Petro-Chemical Manufacturing Traditionally, the natural gas market in Europe was served by Russia, while Asia got most of its natural gas from the Middle East. That is why prices of natural gas in
CXOs will never make it Business CEO Kevin was a brilliant finance executive. After doing a few years in an accountancy practice he had joined a company in its finance department and steadily risen in rank over the years to become its Chief Finance Officer. The board trusted his numbers as well as his prudent
Not too long ago I wrote a blog series on the transformation of Brazil’s soccer playing model from an individualistic style to a Business networks-oriented style. In the early 90s, more than two decades since the last World Cup championship title and Brazil faced an interesting juxtaposition – continue with what led to past triumphs
Importance of KPI In Supply Chain Network I came across the following picture on the blog of Thaku Huni and the thought struck me about a situation I encounter quite frequently: Importance of KPI In Supply Chain If you asked any objective person about the KPIs of the group of six men above – most
The results are in, and for PC sales they are neither good nor bad – but ugly! The pundits are out to find a scapegoat – and the most convenient scapegoat at the moment is Microsoft. The PC sales Debacle. For example see this report in today’s Wall Street Journal – which hails Microsoft’s mea culpa.
What is Supply Chain Optimisation? System demos are tedious things at best. The developers are trying to showcase the best aspects of their baby in best possible light. They have spent months, sometimes years, thinking about and developing functionality. It is really a big ask to show off the usefulness of it all, in half
5-STAR Business Network I am always amused to see the starry eyed stories of success of the companies in the business press. Many of the stories do not go deep into the real reasons for that success or to trace how transitory it can be, if those reasons disappear.
What Two African Entrepreneurs Have Learnt From Amazon.Com – Globalization In Action Serving Humanity
About Globalization In Action Boasting exponential growth since its inception in 2012, Jumia became the first e-commerce site to bring the coveted Play Station 4
Ways to Improve your supply chain The meeting room was as sparsely appointed as most meeting rooms used for supplier meetings these days. There were
There are two reasons why this is not going to be a BIG headline in the mainstream press for at least three months yet (but,
Considerations In Route Optimisation Since times immemorable route optimisation has been taught as one of the starting tricks in operations research and associated subjects in
It won’t be an overstatement anymore to say that among the top three things on every CEO’s and boards’ mind is this question – what