New Attitudes for S&OP / IBP to Keep Pace with Evolving Markets
Thursday, August 24, 2017 | 2pm ET
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Thursday, August 24, 2017 2:00PM
Bob Trebilcock, Editorial Director, Supply Chain Management Review
Eric Wilson, Advisor Demand and S&OP, Institute of Business Forecasting
Have you ever wondered why so many companies struggle to implement an effective S&OP strategy? We’ve had thirty years to fine tune the process and make it flawless. Yet, research shows over two-thirds of companies are not gaining business value from their process. Are we just slow learners, or is S&OP just an illusion?
It’s time to rethink your S&OP process.
This session explains why it’s time to view S&OP as an evolutionary process that is flexible, adaptable and forward thinking. Discussion topics include:
- Alternative ways to look at the current gaps in your organization and how all the components of a successful business process come together
- Key questions to ask regarding your S&OP and planning processes
- Building blocks of a best-in-class S&OP process
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