In the second in her series on improving SCM, Leslie Kossoff looks at the main components: technology, logistics and transportation Supply chains are inescapable. You have one in your own business, and you’re part of one in someone else’s – either as a customer or a supplier. The question and challenge is how you fully manage your part in that process and by what means.
Getting ready for supply-chain management (SCM) requires a different look at how you do business. The hardest part of taking that look is the unequivocal honesty you will need to bring to bear as you assess what you’re doing, what you’re not doing and what you’re willing to do to suceed.