It’s time to end: the ‘buying’ struggles experienced by Business Customers, Procurement, Business Owners and Consumers; the ‘selling’ struggles experienced by B2B & B2C Suppliers; the Time-To-Market struggles experienced by New Product Development Teams and Startups. It’s time to let Business Customers and Consumers drive solution design.
Learn how to avoid the two most common reasons for disappointment in key business relationships using two tools: The Partnership Model and The Collaboration Framework. Hear about a case study where supply chain collaborators co-created more than $42M in additional profit.
A rail organisation needed to improve the performance of maintenance materials management to support on time network infrastructure maintenance to ensure on time passenger trains, especially during peak hour periods. A series of improvement initiatives were designed to address the supply chain issues preventing the achievement of world-class supply chain performance targets.
We are hosting a visit to Australia by Dr Douglas Lambert, Director of The Supply Chain Management Institute (SCMi), Florida and Dr Matias Enz to facilitate public executive education programs and in-house workshops with our team.
The path towards successful importing from China is surrounded with broken dreams, misplaced trust and suppliers with questionable integrity. Henry Ford rightly pointed out that coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success. This same maxim applies aptly to sourcing products from China.
Strengthening relationships and extending the enterprise supply chain via current technology are sure ways to bring a competitive edge. In this webinar, Sharyn Grant of LSC Solutions Pty Ltd will show you how to establish mutually beneficial business relationships; and Joe Wrightman of SYSPRO Software talks on the trend of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD).
Many key B2B relationships fail to meet expectations and if they were to end, each party within the relationship could be significantly impacted. In this article we examine what is causing key B2B relationships to fail and lose millions, and the missing strategies, expertise and processes that could save your key B2B relationships.
The two primary reasons for disappointment in key business relationships are: (1) Unrealistic expectations; (2) Expectations never articulated and agreed, and no plan to implement. Learn how to establish mutually beneficial relationships that articulate and achieve expectations. Conference presentation “Co-create Substantial Value through Next Level Customer & Supplier Relationships” delivered at the 2016 Queensland Supply…
Here is our webinar recording of Sharyn Grant and Dr Douglas Lambert who was live from Florida, discussing structuring and sustaining high performance business relationships using The Partnership Model and The Collaboration Framework, for competitive advantage and to co-create value. Guest Presenter: Dr Douglas M. Lambert, Director of The Supply Chain Management Institute (SCMi), Florida Host: Sharyn…
Here is our webinar recording of Sharyn Grant and Dr Douglas Lambert who was live from Florida, talking about the most robust and sophisticated approach to supply chain management, that has increased the value of multi-billion dollar corporations and supply chains in the USA and around the world. Guest Presenter: Dr Douglas M. Lambert, Director…