Getting New Innovation to the Market Fast with S&OP Best Practices from Nokia

April 22, 2014
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Getting New Innovation to the Market Fast with S&OP Best Practices from Nokia

Tweet Now, your company has an amazing new product to be launched for the next Christmas season. It’s said to be a make or break for meeting this year’s business goals. The launch is going to be a big event, and consumers expect to get the product in their hands as soon as possible. Engineers…

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The Demand Planning Career, Is it a Curse or a Blessing?

April 17, 2014
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The Demand Planning Career, Is it a Curse or a Blessing?

Tweet If you have any knowledge of Demand Planning, I am sure that you have heard the following: “Demand Planners are like meteorologists, they rarely get credit for doing the job correctly and they’re only noticed when they get it wrong.” Even so, the bottom line is that there are serious and costly ramifications which…

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Thoughts from IBF’s Supply Chain Forecasting & Planning Conference in Dubai

April 14, 2014
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Thoughts from IBF’s Supply Chain Forecasting & Planning Conference in Dubai

Tweet As I consider the evolution of the role demand planning and forecasting has gone through over the years and what the future may hold for the involved professionals, I can’t help but think we could be on the cusp of a renaissance. Last month, I was truly delighted to be part of the prestigious…

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Change Management in S&OP – What’s In It For Me (WIIFM)?

April 3, 2014
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Change Management in S&OP – What’s In It For Me (WIIFM)?

Tweet I imagine we’ve all been in situations where we are trying to implement a change of some sort for the good of the business, and those around us just don’t seem to get it! Frustration builds up on both sides and momentum can be lost. Involving the people affected by the change is key…

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“Spring Training” at the Institute of Business Forecasting & Planning – IBF

February 18, 2014
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“Spring Training” at the Institute of Business Forecasting & Planning – IBF

Tweet In February in the States is when baseball spring training begins. On the first day of training, all of the players congregate to practice in anticipation of a successful season. Even though all of these athletes have been playing baseball for most of their lives, they still start the season with spring training. This…

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Mitigating Supply Chain Vulnerability & Risk from Implementing a Continuity Plan at the Planning and Forecasting Level

February 7, 2014
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Mitigating Supply Chain Vulnerability & Risk from Implementing a Continuity Plan at the Planning and Forecasting Level

Tweet How would your organization recover from a supply chain interruption and what impact would it have on your customers? In today’s global economy, complex supply chains cross many countries and involve several different transportation modalities. Products distributed in the US, for example, are often assembled in another country and the suppliers for the product components…

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