Many key B2B relationships fail to meet expectations and if they were to end, each party within the relationship could be significantly impacted. In this article we examine what is causing key B2B relationships to fail and lose millions, and the missing strategies, expertise and processes that could save your key B2B relationships.
No matter whether your supply chain or logistics career is at entry level, a career change, operational, executive or senior management, you are the ruler of your career destiny and ultimately responsible for its direction and success. Here are some potential reasons why your supply chain or logistics career hasn’t yet met your goals and…
Use the following guide from the SCMi Supply Chain Management Framework to assess the strengths and weaknesses of your operational-level approach to supply chain management processes, to identify opportunities to make improvements that will drive the most benefits.
Use the following guide from the SCMi Supply Chain Management Framework to assess the strengths and weaknesses of your strategic-level approach to supply chain management processes, to identify opportunities to make improvements that will drive the most benefits.
So little time, funds and resources, but so much to do! You’re not alone… It’s a common dilemma faced by many executives, business owners and supply chain practitioners and teams. In this article you will discover how to prioritise your growing supply chain “to do list” and initiatives, using an Impact & Effort Assessment.
“Nearly 40 percent of every company is unprofitable… by any measure.” Islands of supply chain profit in a sea of red ink. Sound familiar? This article explores five ways to master supply chain profitability, regardless whether your focus is growing profit, revenue or optimising costs.
Women can have a successful career in supply chain and logistics by increasing confidence substantially, being authentic and fearless leaders, communicating change requirements clearly and regularly, and engaging effectively and compassionately with all people and levels within an organisation.
A Business Strategy will fail when: (a) there is no clear line of sight to the strategic vision; (b) Strategic Objectives are not S.M.A.R.T. and Balanced; (c) Risks and Threats are not adequately addressed; (d) Opportunities and Strengths are not leveraged; (e) buy-in from key stakeholders has not been attained.
The Order Management Process is the most common process which encounters the majority of issues experienced by companies, as it involves all activities from customer enquiry through to client payment.
A large number of enterprises do not have strategic business plan (“it’s in my head”) which is causing a company-wide lack of understanding about the vision, direction, expectations and goals of the company and how it intends to achieve its plans.