Supply Chain Accountability Ladder

| May 17, 2016

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It’s easy to fall into the trap of a false sense of security when there are no problems. The reality is that no person or organization is immune from problems. You can decide to do nothing, or you can be proactive.

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Shifts in consumer expectations and behaviour, which were evident in the results of McKinsey’s latest Middle East Consumer Sentiment Survey, are among several challenges that retailers and consumer-packaged-goods (CPG) manufacturers in the region have been facing. Another challenge is the influx of competitors: retailers are competing with fast-growing online players, while large CPG manufacturers are losing share to smaller brands.

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Supply Chain Peak Season Technology: Are Your Systems Updated & Ready?

Article | April 17, 2020

Supply chain peak season technology aids supply chain leaders in understanding their operations, unlocking insights, reviewing performance, and much more. In conjunction with the rise of e-commerce and ongoing demand for more products, faster service, and better supply chain performance, the entire year begins to take on the characteristics of supply chain peak season which traditionally has occurred during the time period after Labor Day through returns season in January.

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how supply chains can mitigate coronavirus impact

Article | March 18, 2020

The spread of the coronavirus is impacting individuals and supply chains alike, with hundreds of new cases announced every day. It’s a public health emergency and has caused product flows to be changed around. The research and advisory giants, Gartner, believes supply chain leaders should focus on three main areas to mitigate disruption from the coronavirus. ”As COVID-19 spreads globally, we are seeing increased supply chain disruption, but also changes in consumer spending habits,” commented Sarah Watt, senior director analyst with the Gartner Supply Chain practice. “Supply has been impacted in three primary ways: limited access to employees due to quarantines, factory closures or manufacturing slowdowns and limited access to logistics to move goods. Most supply chain organisations are in crisis management, assessing impacts and response on a daily, if not hourly basis.”

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Supply Chain Sustainability: If a leopard can’t change its spots, can supply chains ever be sustainable?

Article | March 9, 2020

They say a leopard can’t change its spots but if they could, how would they change them? What color would the spots be? Would they even want to change them at all? While these are purely hypothetical questions, the phrase “a leopard can never change its spots” has got me thinking how this also applies to world of supply chains. However, let’s start by addressing what supply chains have in common with leopards. While the shape, size and how many spots a leopard has varies from leopard to leopard, all leopards have spots. The same applies to the supply chain.

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