Key performance indicators (KPIs) are measures of a company’s strengths and weaknesses of the business. They should be used in comparison to the external competition and internal customers to improve company’s economic standing. In Supply Chain, the warehouse is a critical function. Should products not move effortlessly within the warehouse, a business could come to face […]
About Stuart RosenbergStuart Rosenberg has a regional reputation as a subject matter expert and published author in Supply Chain Management and Lean Six Sigma disciplines. He has outstanding knowledge of all inventory control functions in both manufacturing and distribution environments, and grasp of all data involved with all inventory systems, cost analysis and product evaluations. Stuart has initiated, managed and oversaw all inventory control environments and situations, with direct supervision of various warehouse locations, to certify continuous accuracy, reliability and integrity of companies inventory operational and financial data. He has influenced, counseled, and directed major revisions to enhance companies operational efficiencies. You can read more about Stuart on his blog and find him on Linkedin here. Stuart also has several thought leadership papers available on Flevy (srosenbe7).
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As manufacturers are reaping the benefits of Lean and Lean Six Sigma or other continuous improvement processes within their facilities, the importance of eliminating waste still hold sway. So the question now facing these manufacturers is this: Has the time come where Just-in-Time (JIT) inventory levels need to be changed to Just-in-Case levels? With the […]
Here’s a little different tactic from the usual idea of reducing or eliminating wastes in a manufacturing process. How about gathering the waste from the other steps in a manufacturing process and using it to make a new product? Many manufacturing firms are at a loss as what to do with by-product waste. This idea […]
The supply chains of most companies, large and small, exploit a world of opportunities. But, increasing global exposure comes with an increasing range of risks. These companies’ complex networks of suppliers and customers are as diverse as the goods and resources they manage. Within the same supply chain, giant multinational companies can sit side-by side […]