34-percent of 250 supply management leaders spanning 25 industries highlighted information misalignment, both in communication expectations and system disconnects, as one of the top issues holding team’s back from achieving their goals.
Leaders have an amazing opportunity to continuously adjust supply chain metrics as the world and data changes more frequently to enable better business outcomes. Refinements to our supply chain strategy metrics, in some cases even small ones, can empower our teams to accelerate results.
A major part of Industry 4.0 is harnessing offline data to gain valuable insights that can be used to improve operations. Today, teams can receive real-time information up and down the value chain, and act on it more quickly with powerful automated software dashboards.
In this webinar, we will demystify the buzz words and share practical proven actions you and your team can take to craft plays that empower your team win the future.
Member Price: $0.00
Apr 15, 2021
1 PM - 2 PM ET
You will learn:
- Why supply management has an opportunity to lead by delivering results and being a “force for good” by enabling positive societal impacts for stakeholders
- How we need to challenge our academic learnings, ingrained training, past experiences, and available resources to achieve supply performance excellence
- What the Supply Chain Performance FrameworkTM is and how it can improve supply chain and company strategy alignment to enhance results
- Where to start to assess your supply chain strategy and specific tools, key performance indicators, and plays to compress your time to results
William Crane, Founder & CEO of Industry Star
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