When working in tandem with supply chain automation to augment task execution, supply chain professionals will save more time performing less critical tasks, experience more balanced workloads, and see significant productivity gains.
Our complex supply chains and products require two-way, real-time information flows between buyers and suppliers. Add agility into your level scheduling to improve visibility and reduce waste to drive better business outcomes.
Better information leads to better decision making, so building a better Plan for Every Part will significantly reduce the time it takes to develop, launch, and continuously improve your product supply chains.
By embracing proven Lean principles and boosting your productivity you can build a crawl-walk-run foundation for digitization success. These eight steps will help to speed up your digital supply chain transformation process.
Lean wasn’t built to handle the complexity of today’s global supply chains, and though great methodologies are timeless, its applications must evolve to take advantage of the latest productivity tools available today. Insert Agile Lean.
Actionable insights from IndustryStar on ways to expedite, optimize, and de-risk your supply chain operations.