Supply Chain Management Blog

Don’t Tweak Your Supply Chain—Rethink It End to End

Supply Chain Management (SCM) is the process of flow of goods and services that involve progression and storage of raw organic materials, of work-in-process itemization and of finished goods from the point of influence to the point of expenditure. Supply chain management has been defined as the layout, devising, execution, rule and auditing of supply chain activities with the objective of constructing an aggressive infrastructure, integrating supply with demand and measuring performance.

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Best Value Supply Chains: A Key Competitive Weapon for the 21st Century

Unprofitable Customers and Their Management

The Ten Commandments of Legal Risk Management in Supply Chain

Seven Myths to Beat Before They Beat You in Supply Chain

Finding Your Strategy in the New Landscape in Supply Chain

Don’t Let Your Supply Chain Control Your Business

Supply Chain Strategy Report: Make the Most of Supply Chain Strategy

Supply Chain Leadership Report: Many Styles Generate Success

APICS S&OP Performance: Advancing Sales and Operations Planning in Supply Chain

An effective S&OP process helps the management of any business in business decisions, strategies, and control over the business to make it successful. APICS has made a research on S&OP on various aspects like reasons for underperformance in S&OP, strategy to manage complexity, variability in demand and sales forecast and major shortcomings of S&OP. 

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