Monthly Archives: November 2009

The Social Supply Chain, An Interview with Jeff Ashcroft

November 24, 2009
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The Social Supply Chain, An Interview with Jeff Ashcroft

Tweet I have been following Jeff Ashcroft’s informative tweets and interacting with him for some time now even though we never actually met in person prior to last month.  It was at the IBF booth at the APICS annual conference last month when Jeff approached us unassumingly. As soon as I looked up and saw…

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Demand Planning & Forecasting in Mexico City: A Snapshot of IBF’s Experience

November 18, 2009
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Demand Planning & Forecasting in Mexico City: A Snapshot of IBF’s Experience

Tweet I recently returned from Mexico City from our Spanish based Supply Chain Forecasting & Planning Conference: Latin American Experiences, produced together with Corporate Resources Management – Mexico City and IBF – New York USA. As the IBF continues to deliver more International programs, it is clear that many of the challenges we face in…

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5 Suggestions To Improve Pre-S&OP

November 2, 2009
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5 Suggestions To Improve Pre-S&OP

Tweet How many times have you been in a Pre-S&OP meeting that seems to drag on and tie up several high end people who are already overloaded?  S&OP is a great and vital process, but sometimes parts of it can be unnecessarily time consuming.  This can especially be the case when an organization is implementing …

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