Where Does it Normally Go Wrong?
Supply Chain executives are under pressure to eliminate disruptions. However, it can seem that, as one area of the supply chain improves, another causes problems. This becomes more obvious as the current economy takes hold, creating increased complexity as the supply chain re-aligns to accommodate changes in suppliers, partners and cash flows. The real issue is putting the best practice and process improvements in place to ensure that when problems occur, you can respond quickly to contain costs and reduce customer impact.