Unprecedented economic, political and healthcare turmoil has wreaked havoc within the supply chain, leaving companies struggling to figure out how to successfully navigate through this extraordinary wave of unprecedented global supply chain disruption.
This eBook will help you develop your own methods, approaches, and best practices for improving supply chain visibility in your organization, by teaching you:
- How to create a stronger supply chain within your organization
- How to move beyond partial visibility to continuous visibility into the context, condition, timing and location of assets
- How to bring a holistic view of your supply chain into focus
- How to prepare your supply chain so that it can survive future crises
- How hard and soft attributes can affect your supply chain
- How a visibility platform can help you create and maintain a competitive edge
Whether you’re in supply chain management, logistics, strategic sourcing, inventory planning, manufacturing or quality improvement, you’ll gain key insights from these supply chain experts – insights that will help you successfully navigate through this extraordinary wave of unprecedented global supply chain disruption.
About the Authors
This eBook contains a collection of stories and advice from business and supply-chain leaders who have successfully managed or advised global supply chains through past disruptions.
John Chambers shares advice that will help supply chain owners emerge stronger after the current global crisis. Tim Harden and Frank Jones draw on their experiences from leading the AT&T and Intel supply chains respectively. Life sciences supply chain veteran Maria Nieradka brings her point of view on improving operations. Professor Hau Lee, renowned supply chain expert from Stanford Business School, gives research-based advice to improve your supply chain operations. And Bill Read addresses how to approach architectural changes to supply chains based on his deep experience from leadership roles at Accenture and Capgemini.