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.
The current global COVID-19 pandemic has tested supply chains across industries all over the planet. But while it’s too early to have a complete picture of the socioeconomic fallout, early indications show that firms whose sustainability strategy is embedded in their core business operations are outperforming the rest.
Manufacturers are using Automated PFEP software to optimize inbound parts delivery performance, streamlining their end-to-end supply chains.
Smart and nimble companies are moving quickly to implement these four strategies to limit the damage caused by supply chain disruptions.
Implementing Agile project management strategies and software enables your supply chain team to collaborate in real time, reduce human errors, and better track task progress to boost the effectiveness and shorten the timeline of your continuous improvement project results.
Actionable insights from IndustryStar on ways to expedite, optimize, and de-risk your supply chain operations.