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The sales and operations planning journey: Starting off on the right foot

S&OP journeyLast week I attended the IBF Business Planning, Forecasting & S&OP: Best Practices Conference in Orlando, Florida. If you’re involved in your company’s sales & operations planning processes and you haven’t heard of the IBF, stop reading now and go check them out here! These guys bring supply chain rookies and the best-of-the-best together to talk forecasting and S&OP in a variety of different forums throughout the year.

This year’s conference was a great opportunity for me to talk with demand planners and other supply chain practitioners about their S&OP journey, and the common pitfalls along the way.

A big theme of the conference this year was that to be effective with S&OP, it’s important to focus on three pillars of success:

  1. People – It’s important to continually invest in your people to generate a competitive advantage because you rely on them to be the care-takers of your supply chain.
  2. Processes – Best practices in supply chain are continually evolving, but you likely face unique challenges in your business that require innovative solutions.
  3. Technology (enabler) – It’s tough to compete against your competitors’ supply chains without an advanced analytics tool designed to enable the S&OP process.

I couldn’t agree more, as today’s supply chains are only as good as their weakest link. However, there was a sub-theme I

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Le aziende manifatturiere sono pronte per Industry 4.0?

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La Decima Edizione dello Studio Annuale “Zebra Shopper Study” Rivela che Metà dei Consumatori Millennial sono Più Connessi dei Commessi in Negozio

Le accresciute richieste in termini di acquisto e consegna evolvono le aspettative dei consumatori; due terzi di loro desidera il recapito per il giorno successivo o per il giorno stesso All’interno della ricerca si svela come il 44% dei consumatori intervistati non sia ancora soddisfatto d

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La gestione dei rischi sul campo di battaglia, com’è andata a finire?

L’intervista a chiusura lavori a Luca Comello,Head of Business Consulting in Quin, relatore al seminario PMI®-NIC “War scenarios, metodi di Risk Management”.   Un seminario focalizzato sul tema del Risk Management, com’è andata? “Direi molto bene:

Luca Comello, Head of Business Consulting

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Domanda e offerta: la vecchia storia della supply chain acquista nuova vita

Parliamo spesso di quanto le supply chain siano cambiate nell’ultimo decennio, attribuendone la responsabilità alla trasformazione digitale dirompente, alla domanda elevata dei consumatori, alla globalizzazione della produzione, alle politiche neo-protezioniste, alla sostenibilità

Stacie Immesberger, Director, Product Management, Supply Chain Execution

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L’informatica dà una marcia in più alla moda made in Italy

Informatizzazione e ottimizzazione dei processi di pianificazione, produttivi e logistici per il settore maglieria del Gruppo Calzedonia a cura di: Tecnest Supply Chain Competence Center La cultura aziendale è una questione di conoscenza. Perché, per sentirsi parte di un team non

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