No two supply chains are identical. However, supply chain management teams around the world are facing similar challenges. How are best-in-class companies adapting to meet today’s changing supply chain planning paradigm?
In this video series, supply chain leaders discuss how they’re managing complex, cross-functional and global supply chain environments; leveraging data transparency and end-to-end visibility to facilitate decision making; and gaining efficiencies across the supply chain to meet customer demands.
Ford Motor Company: Creating global data standards In this interview, David G. Thomas, Director of Global Capacity Planning at Ford Motor Company, discusses the importance of global data sharing and end-to-end visibility to running an accurate and lean supply chain capable of meeting customer requirements and handling complexities.
Xilinx: Taming supply chain complexity Alex Brown, Vice President of Supply Chain at Xilinx, talks about finding the balance between speed and optimization in order to manage both complexity and the pace of change in supply chain planning.
Sanofi Genzyme: Trends in pharmaceutical supply chains Jim Calarese, Director of Supply Chain Systems at Sanofi Genzyme, highlights how their focus on ensuring an end-to-end view of their supply chain is helping them take on new products, improve forecast accuracy, have a more stable finished goods plan and more – despite the complexities of their supply chain.
TE Connectivity: Continuous sales and operations planning In this interview, Lindsey Kathmann, Supply Chain Analyst, discusses the approach TE Connectivity is taking to more closely integrate supply and demand to improve efficiencies in their global supply chain.
Keysight Technologies: Improving production planning efficiency In order to meet ever-changing demand, Jenny Balderrama, Production Planner at Keysight Technologies, shares how their focus on innovation, speed and accuracy has helped them make significant improvements in production planning efficiency.
Roland DG: Role of IT as competitive global SCM strategy Zoltan Pekar, VP of Global Supply Chain Division at Roland DG Corp., discusses how tools and technology combined with collaboration and consolidated planning is helping the organization elevate supply chain to a strategic decision-making level.