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Supply Chain 2030: Forge a New Path

Supply Chain Shaman

The Supply Chain Insights Global Summit is over, but we hope the energy to define Supply Chain 2030 is just beginning. As companies prepare for Supply Chain 2030, we think that it is time to rethink the basics. 2030 is 14 years in the future.

How Can We Heal the Global Supply Chain?

Supply Chain Shaman

Inventory Turns. Better performance in inventory turns than the peer group average for the period of 2006-2015. If you trace the year-over-year pattern, you can see that P&G made progress on inventory turns and operating margin 2006-2007, 2009-2010. Supply Chain 2030.

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Is A Customer-Centric Strategy the Same as Demand-Driven? Outside-In?

Supply Chain Shaman

The client leaned across the table and asked, “Is a customer-centric supply chain strategy the same as a demand-driven supply chain strategy?” The focus is on channel data: price; inventory positions; and policies. Economic Vision of Supply Chain 2030.

TMS Delivers on NASSTRAC’s Five Common Sense Suggestions for Shippers

Supply Chain Collaborator

The hard-hitting new report from the National Shippers Strategic Transportation Council (NASSTRAC) is titled, “ Logistics 2030: Navigating a Disruptive Decade, Year 1 – Freight Transportation ” and it is full of powerful conclusions about what shippers are facing in the coming decade as the pace of technological advancement and change continues to accelerate. Expect to pay more in salaries to source, hire and retain the talent needed for the digital supply chain.

Building Outside-In Processes

Supply Chain Shaman

It pains me to see nine out of ten companies are stuck at the critical intersection of cost and inventory turns. In a similar vein, their forecasts for the automotive market would have been on new automotive sales and dealer inventory. Economic Vision of Supply Chain 2030.

No Easter Bunny?

Supply Chain Shaman

Stuck at the intersection of operating margin and inventory turns, only 10% of companies are making progress. Unable to power additional year-over-year improvements at the intersection of cost and inventory, companies struggle. source Moody’s).