Avoiding supply chain stumbles
What’s the bottom line?
Cost savings is just one of many benefits that operations executives can achieve by redesigning the organization's operating model and standardizing end-to-end supply chain roles, processes and controls.
Other benefits include:
- Alignment of operational strategies with corporate sales and/or marketing goals for market share growth and competitive positioning
- Identification and evaluation of better network design strategies for manufacturing, distribution, assembly, and back-office global locations
- Development of performance metrics to realize operational strategies
- Identification of non-value-added assets and operations that could be consolidated or outsourced
Profitability for many organizations may be returning, but top-line growth remains elusive. As a result, business leaders are seeking a new generation of productivity gains. To achieve this next order of efficiency, companies need to take a global view of their operating model.
Through standardization, operations can achieve the efficiencies the business seeks.
Answers to your questions, at a glance
- Brian Meadows
Americas Advisory Supply
Chain & Operations Leader
+1 703 747 0681
- Bradley Newman
Partner — Americas Advisory
Supply Chain & Operations
+1 312 879 4083