During the last economic crisis, a small group of companies came out on top, outperforming their peers and seeing increased growth during the recovery period. All these businesses had one thing in common – they actively pursued productivity improvements during the financial downturn.
Our April 2020 COVID-19 Survey elicited supply chain and manufacturing leaders’ many immediate and long-term concerns around COVID-19, as well as their main strategies to deal with the current crisis. Here are the top trends.
Many organisations struggle with supply chain risk management processes that are fragmented and inconsistent across functions. But mitigating the devastating impact of COVID-19 requires an integrated approach to ultimately ensure increased supply chain resilience.
While timely review and proactive adjustments of inventory buffers ensure better handling of demand variability, most companies won’t have sufficient buffers for the magnitude of disruption caused by the COVID-19 epidemic. Here’s how to improve your demand variability management plans in this time of uncertainty.
The current COVID-19 pandemic is placing new, never-seen before pressures on beverage supply chains. Ed Koch, Former Global Director of Supply Chain Development at SABMiller, discusses the impact of demand variability, and how organisations can tackle this challenge by leveraging operational excellence.
CCi CEO, Glenn Leask, shares the three ways we can help you navigate the challenges posed by COVID-19.
Businesses need to prioritise talent and close the critical skills gap to ensure performance advantage. Read about the key talent strategies for recruiting and retaining the right people in your organisation.
James Fazzino MAICD, Chair of Manufacturing Australia and former CEO of Australian multinational Incitec Pivot (IPL), shares some leadership insights for supply chain and manufacturing leaders.
Asian Paints is India’s largest paint company. Arun Saravanakumar, former General Works Manager, recently attended a global TRACC event where he discussed the biggest impact of CI in the organisation.
OpEx leaders from 13 companies attended TRACC Community Connect in Jakarta, Indonesia to explore how leading organisations are driving operational excellence in the new world of work. Read more about the event.