Planning and agility

Humphlett, Mark
June 2013
Supply House Times;Jun2013, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p53
Trade Publication
The author discusses strategies on how the supply chain industry can be prepared for potential crisis or natural disaster. He mentions the importance of improving the agility of the supply chain. He also says that an established business process like operations and sales planning should be developed. He suggests the use of technology for the analysis of future supply-chain disruptions.


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