Business strategy and supply chain will have to take into account that as the storm clouds of inflation gather at the horizon, you will have to change the strategic tack to go through the rough patches unscathed.
keep current with the realistic yet cutting edge practice in both the supply chain, and the board room. The business strategy and supply chain from the last two decades will not work any more.
Keep your head when everyone else in the market starts losing theirs. The supply chain turmoil persists and requires new business strategy and supply chain thinking. For general directions, read the blogs below.
The Cost Reduction Tips
Reducing costs is an important part of running a successful business.
Keeping overhead low and maximizing profits takes careful budgeting and planning.
Fortunately, there are several cost reduction tips that can help businesses streamline their operations and save money. From utilizing technology to negotiating contracts, understanding the best practices for cutting costs can go a long way in increasing profitability.
In this article, we’ll explore some proven methods for reducing costs and improving margins.
In this tip, I discuss embedding a cost-conscious culture where you have several comparable operating units.
Examples include retail banks or multi-site operations such as national insurance brokerages, consulting firms, law firms, or logistics providers.
Where you have multiple operating units, you have the opportunity to compare their cost profiles, identify best practices, build relationships between key staff and embed best practices across the organization.
Whilst this sounds somewhat utopian, it is achievable when you meet the following pre-conditions:
Related web sources When creating a cost-conscious culture in your organization, you need to enlist your key staff. Without their support, you will not embed a new culture.
4 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT COST REDUCTION TIPS BY DOUG HUDGEON
1. The operating units view themselves as somewhat analogous,
2. The management accounts are comparable across the units,
3. The cost reduction initiative has CEO/Board support, and
4. The designated managers are key staff in their units – you will get great value from selecting the heir-apparent for each unit for this role. Not only does this prove to the staff in each unit the importance of the initiative but it provides the heir apparent with the opportunity to build deep relationships with heirs in other units and see the entire range of operating models across the organization…