Agile, flexible, resilient – today’s supply chains must be all this and more to be able to respond swiftly to changes in business and market dynamics. But how do you build and sustain such supply chains? How to ensure they deliver today and tomorrow? The answer lies in supply chain design.
Many companies establish a baseline when they develop their initial supply chain model. This creates a “living” model that need only be modified as business conditions change. The key, however, is to build upon that model as times and conditions change. This exclusive GEP white paper will discuss how to design a supply chain model, defining its parameters and capabilities to establish a “living” model that can be modified and optimized as business and market conditions change.