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The Risk of Incrementalism

A case for taking on the next stage of supply chain transformation


The strategy that has made supply chain organizations effective over the last decade is not likely to be what makes them effective in the next. Businesses have spent significant efforts marching up the supply chain maturity curve, diligently leaning out their supply chain and searching for incremental opportunities to cut cost and reduce waste.

Getting supply chain transformation wrong in the next few years could be a costly drain on capital, resources and company culture. Getting it right could rally your organization, help you leapfrog competitors and catapult careers.

To remain competitive, many executives understand they need to explore the next stage of transformative change. The hard part for many is knowing where to start. This paper offers an analysis of factors that are likely to impact supply chains in the coming years and suggests steps to take your supply chain transformation to the next level.

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