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To achieve this mixture of balance and agility, it is essential that the entire company is working towards the same end goal and that everyone has the same vision in mind on how to achieve it. Identifying the strengths and weaknesses that exist within the supply chain is a crucial step in order to reach this end goal. So, how do you get there, and what should you do if your present circumstances are far away from your desired goal?
By taking control of the supply chain, internal and external factors can be managed and handled at an early stage, minimizing interruptions and inefficiencies. It makes it easier to redress the problems as well as implement corrective measures to effectively course-correct. We have constructed a Supply Chain Review model that allows the entire company to work towards the same goal and ultimately towards an aligned and uniform approach.
– Harvard Business Review
The foundation behind the model utilizes our extensive experience in supply chain management; through our years of experience, we have challenged the traditional holistic model as we’ve realized its ambiguity and limitations. Instead, we have come to focus on identifying short-term improvements that feed into more expansive long-term adaptations that can be subordinated under the company’s larger goals and objectives.
We then work with the company to help effectively implement our recommendations, including a survey of areas that should be followed-up on in future, as well as providing an overall evaluation.
At the end you’ll have an efficient, functional, and stable supply chain; as a result, your organization will be more efficient, more agile, and will have greater manoeuvrability to handle anything — from the everyday to the wholly unexpected.
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