Transforming Supply Chains 1/E ePUB

Level/Grade: Professional
Author(s): Gattorna, J; Ellis, D
ISBN: 9781292286853
License: Perpetual licence
File type: ePub
R260,00
R260,00
Customers have become increasingly demanding, and the operating environment has become more turbulent and complex. Mature companies wishing to survive and thrive in the coming decades must transform themselves to become flexible and market responsive. They need to reconsider their traditional supply chains and find ways to increase the clockspeed of their operation and their decision making without creating more complexity for their staff and partners.

But where to start this transformation journey? Most of the world's largest corporations have logistics networks and supply chains that have evolved over time, many based around systems that drive a "one-size-fits-all" philosophy that does not fit anymore. And most have not kept up with the changing cadence of their markets.

This book describes the path to a different paradigm; where a set of tailored supply chains are used for in-built flexibility and adaption as the world changes, and where internal capabilities and digital capabilities are consciously aligned with the customers and strategies they serve.

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Country South Africa
Product Type Text Book
Author(s) Gattorna, J; Ellis, D
Level/Grade Professional
Brand Financial Times Series
Imprint Financial Times Series
ISBN 9781292286853
Licence Perpetual licence
File type ePub
Format ePUB3
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