A traditional Value Chain involves a linear sequence of activities—from conversion of raw materials into components which are assembled into products. The products are then distributed, marketed, sold, and serviced. Management plans and execute strategies and operations based on this sequence. This set of activities worked well for organizations in the past. However, this linear […]
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Value Grid Analysis
Contributed by Mark Bridges on June 2, 2021 in Operations & Supply Chain, Strategy, Marketing, & Sales
What Should Constitute Your Supply Chain Information Disclosure Strategy?
Contributed by Mark Bridges on July 9, 2020 in Operations & Supply Chain
Supply Chain Management is getting more and more complex. The pressure on the Supply Chain information to be made public is also increasing day by day. With the popularity and widespread use of social media, it has become more and more difficult for organizations to hide information pertaining to supply chain practices, employees’ treatment, suppliers’ […]