Supply chain managers are concerned with timeliness, cost, and quality. Increasingly, they must also respond to stakeholder expectations.
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Insiders — and not just those at the top of the organization — can instigate cultural changes without disrupting the current corporate culture.
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NBS outlines a framework and best practices for supply chain management based on 25 years worth of academic and industry resources.
When uncertainty exists, the tendency is to do nothing. Avoid the paralysis of inaction that will leave your firm unprepared for extreme climate events.