Avoiding supply chain stumbles
How does this affect you?
Throughout the supply chain lifecycle, the operations executive is accountable for hundreds of processes and more than 60 competencies.
An operations executive's responsibility starts with a customer order and does not end until the product is delivered and the valued customer is satisfied.
The complexity of this responsibility is magnified by the involvement of other functions for which operations is not directly responsible, but whose decisions could impact the ability to satisfy a customer order.
By standardizing global operating models and end-to-end supply chain processes, operations executives can improve efficiencies, align supply chain operating processes and improve performance reliability.
This reduces the likelihood of stumbles – no executive wants to be in "firefighting" mode, working to resolve supply chain stumbles, while the real work of executing the operational strategy is forced to wait.
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- Brian Meadows
Americas Advisory Supply
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