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1. What GDPR Means For Your Supply Chain
...  your customers data robustly ● You can upgrade your information governance framework and improve the way in which your supply chain operates GDPR means a lot for your supply chain. But rather than seein ...
Created on 30 April 2018
2. Planning for a Global Supply Chain
Supply chains are supply chains, right? Except when you look at global vs. regional types.The Supply Chain Shaman, Lora Cecere, has studied the differences and proposes 5 key lessons in planning for global ...
Created on 24 November 2016
3. Getting Started With S&OP
Sales and operations planning (S&OP) is an undeniably important part of supply chain management. Lora Cecere has studied the process and provides suggestions on how to get started in a new post on the ...
Created on 19 September 2016
4. Preparing for a Successful Project
A global implementation project, whether you're doing an ERP or a P2P platform, is a big deal. Preparing for it not only takes a lot of time and effort, but is also the most important step of all.On the ...
Created on 23 June 2016
5. Sales & Operations Planning for Beginners
The first in a series of educational articles on Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP) and its impact on supply chains has been posted to the 21st Century Supply Chain site.Steven Puricelli kicks it off by ...
Created on 23 June 2016
6. Managing Your SRM Leads to Success
Managing your supplier base may sometimes seem like a chore, but it can be a lot more. Supplier relationship management can be a huge contributor to the value of your own organization.In a Sourcing Innovation ...
Created on 15 July 2015
7. The End-to-End Journey
Lora Cecere, the Supply Chain Shaman, has her act together when talking about the end-to-end value chain. She always asks the tough questions, and in this case the answers are very enlightening.Check out ...
Created on 12 May 2015
8. A Checklist for the New CPO
You've worked years for it and now you have it: you're the chief procurement officer. Now what? A checklist of how to move forward would help.Jeff Amsel of the Hackett Group, in a My Purchasing Center ...
Created on 22 June 2014
9. Master Data Management (MDM)
...  all questions. Then identify the entities and attributes of the data; including things like default values, dependencies. You will need a data-governance committee that has the power to make decisions ...
Created on 05 March 2014
10. API's and Innovation
If you've been lightly exposed to API's (application programming interface), you may think they're just simple technical tools. In reality, they've been a big contributor to innovation, or at least that's ...
Created on 12 November 2013
11. Supply Chain Transparency
Environmental and social aspects of supply chains used to be pretty much 'under the covers'. Not anymore. On the site, Mary Catherine O'Connor tells us how companies are becoming more transparent ...
Created on 25 December 2012
12. Cloud in the Enterprise
Dylan Bushell-Embling on the Enterprise Innovation page gives us the lates research on cloud adoption. It's pretty strong. Cloud seems to be affecting everything in the enterprise from individual users ...
Created on 23 December 2012
13. Measuring Supply Chain Sustainability
...  Material Efficiency, Natural Resources, and People and Community.  Ceres’ covers much of the same ground with these categories: General Company Information, Environment, Social, and Governance. The Cere ...
Created on 17 September 2012
14. Measuring Supply Chain Sustainability
... Material Efficiency, Natural Resources, and People and Community.  Ceres’ covers much of the same ground with these categories: General Company Information, Environment, Social, and Governance. The Ceres ...
Created on 17 September 2012
15. Data Security Concerns
Corporate data security is a major challenge for everyone. Two experts on the subject, Joel Brenner and Dana Gardner, talk about aspects of cyber crime and international data espionage efforts on the supply ...
Created on 16 June 2012