How to achieve: (1) Happy Customers & Shareholders. (2) Corporate Performance Targets. (3) High Performance Internal Relationships. (4) High Performance Business and Supply Chains.
Gold Coast! That’s where Sharyn Grant, Managing Director will be on Tuesday 21 August 2018 at 1:40 pm presenting “4 Key Missing Elements Preventing Operational Excellence” at the SIRF Operational Excellence National Forum 21-22 Aug 2018, Mantra.
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.
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.
A Global Cosmetics Company needed to identify solutions to optimise its logistics network in Asia. This entailed identifying the best Asian location to distribute from to serve its Asian markets; in order to maintain customer service levels while reducing shipping costs and reducing overall inventory levels.
A major Electricity Distributor required assistance to evaluate and select one of two existing industrial buildings to be used as the warehouse facility, with the remainder to be used for workshop activity, to improve logistics efficiency and customer service response for a major electricity distributor, retailer and generator.
Operating at the highest supply chain maturity level of “Innovative” enables the achievement of best-in-class supply chain standards. In this article we define the “Innovative” supply chain maturity goal for each of the five core supply chain capabilities: Supply Chain Performance, Strategy, Network, Processes and Resources.
Women can have a successful career in supply chain and logistics by increasing confidence substantially, being authentic and fearless leaders, communicating change requirements clearly and regularly, and engaging effectively and compassionately with all people and levels within an organisation.
[News from Supply Chain Coach®] What you need to know about Supply Chain Methodology, Technology and the Internet of Things. Supply Chain Coach® Sharyn Grant keynote speaker in apicsAU free LIVE webinar on SCOR® supply chain methodology, along with Joe Wrightman from SYSPRO presenting “The Internet of Things” within the context of today’s interconnectivity concept.
Pacific National required assistance with the project planning and logistics mobilisation of the new major state-of-the-art Nebo Train Maintenance Facility, in alignment with their requirement to operate the facility on lean philosophies, to maximise throughput and supply chain velocity.