Integrated supply chain remains a highly desirable, yet painful exercise for most organizations. Is there a fundamentally different approach which will help?
In 2021, supply chain has been a topic of interest from your house to the White House. Is 2022 going to be more of the same or are we getting into a new world? Read on to find out..
Your business demands visibility into supply chain, right now. The IT teams share a roadmap of 6-9 months to enable to tech infra for that. Is there a way to unblock this logjam?
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Netflix shows the way an organization can become more adaptive by simultaneously coupling consumers tightly with their service while decoupling the fast changing & stable operational technology.
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If your organization leadership is still dismissive of the notion of adaptive supply chains as yet another three-letter-acronym by tech providers, maybe they should consider this simple exercise in next team meeting called The Beer Distribution Game. This can be played online here (https://www.sipm.com/game/beergame-demo/) & shows in an everyday business context how individually rational but […]
First up, some stark statistics. According to Mckinsey Global Institute study: “Over the course of a decade, companies can expect disruptions to erase half a year’s worth of profits or more” Citation: MGI study Check the chart below how your much impact it makes on your industry. Does this have to be this way? Not […]
Is being Adaptable same as being Agile? After all, so many volumes have been written about agile being the panacea for fast-changing, market-driven organizations. The simple answer is No. Being Agile in response to changes is necessary but not sufficient to be adaptable. For example, one of the fastest changing marketplaces visible to almost everyone […]
Adaptability Index: What makes some organizations thrive whereas others just cope with changes (or worse, get damaged by them)