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1. Fix That Supply Chain With Logistics Updates
...  (f) procurement, (g) product development and commercialization, and (h) returns’’. These processes subsume or include much of logistics, purchasing, marketing and operations management. Inter-sectionist ...
Created on 02 November 2015
2. Managing EDI Changes
... for the person who’s responsible for making the supplier’s EDI updates can be a challenge. Retailers are usually most familiar with the supplier’s sales and product development workers, not the EDI technicians. ...
Created on 14 September 2015
3. Product Development Driven by IoT
It's fascinating to witness the broad impact of the Internet of Things across the business world. As new products are being developed and refined, the process is increasingly reliant upon data generated ...
Created on 02 June 2015
4. Trends In Healthcare And The Life Sciences And Their Impact On Ecommerce
... industry The Internet allows consumers to interact with drug manufacturers to detail their medical needs. “Customer input is obtained fast resulting in faster product development,” notes the report. The ...
Created on 23 April 2015
5. Supply Chain Risk Assessment
Supply chain risks are a little different animal than other types of risk your business may face. Their risk evaluations must be different, accordiing to John Cascone and Kate Ferrara from Deloitte in ...
Created on 10 April 2015
6. Logistics Sets Your Supply Chain Apart
...  (c) demand management, (d) order fulfillment, (e)manufacturing flow management, (f) procurement, (g) product development and commercialization, and (h) returns’’. These processes subsume or include muc ...
Created on 20 March 2015
7. Sustainability Trends for 2015
Supply chain sustainability continues to be an important topic in the Corporate Social Responsibility world. Some big things are happening, and Richard Mazzola on the JustMeans blog site takes a few minutes ...
Created on 20 January 2015
8. Do We Need A Supply Chain VP/Director Or Just A Supply Chain Manager?
...  on the numbers? Budgeting for the next year and three years out, capital expenditures, market forecasts, staffing overall, new product development, cultural issues within the organization, and potentia ...
Created on 04 June 2014
9. Biggest Supply Chain Management Problems
... ty, increase in customer expectation on service levels, lack of integration between supply chain and new product development functions, high response time to market changes, volatility in commodity and curr ...
Created on 15 May 2013
10. Who Sits Where In The SCM Control Tower?
... ; (6) Procurement (supplier relationship management); (7) Product Development and Commercialization (integrating customers and suppliers into the product development process in order to reduce time to marke ...
Created on 10 May 2013
11. SCRUM Teams and other Ideas in SCM Project Management
... Ikujiro Nonaka wrote about a new approach to product development for the automotive industry. It aimed at increasing speed and flexibility. They called it the "rugby" approach because it was performed b ...
Created on 24 April 2013