“Would anyone actually sit for 45 minutes or so to listen to a webinar?” It’s a question I’ve asked a lot recently in talking with supply chain organizations on strategy and segmentation. Both topics are essential to long-term profitability and both are most directly encumbered by communication issues. In fact, I asked 103 companies working on supply […]
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by Matt Davis | August 21, 2013 | 1 Comment
by Matt Davis | August 2, 2012 | 1 Comment
Black is the new black? Hype around “Black Swan Events” – large scale, unpredictable disruptions – is all the rage today in supply chain risk management. But if black swans are supposed to be the outliers, then why does it seem like supply chains are being hit by so many each year? The black swans […]
by Matt Davis | December 14, 2011 | 2 Comments
Occasionally in my work with clients, I will say some jargon that clearly does not register. And in an effort to clarify, I always try to think of a better way to explain that just providing a definition. So for you all you hybrid business geeks / movie buffs, here are my thoughts on some ways we […]
by Matt Davis | May 23, 2011 | Comments Off
We are only a week away from our annual Supply Chain Executive conference in Scottsdale. The content for this year is quite exciting and we are all looking forward to the reveal of the 2011 Supply Chain Top 25. The conference has been a hot topic with clients so I wanted to provide more details. […]
Category: AMR Supply Chain Top 25 Demand Sensing and Shaping Digital Supply Chain Emerging Markets Supply Chain Risk Management Tags: AMR, AMR Supply Chain Top 25, Gartner Supply Chain Conference, Global Logistics, Logistics, Operations Management
by Matt Davis | September 30, 2010 | 1 Comment
I just read about the 10 million unit recall that Fisher-Price just announced today. Much like the Toyota recall, it’s amazing how a relatively few incidents can cause major disruptions in supply chain.