0 Replies Latest reply on Feb 3, 2010 9:25 AM by dustinmattison

    Is strategy as we knew it dead?

    dustinmattison Apprentice

      The recession killed the five-year strategic plan and severely wounded  the three-year plan, leaving many companies scrambling for cover and  looking for ways to fight back. The weapon of choice for many CEOs is a  shorter strategic planning cycle supported by monthly reviews that allow  companies to spot changes in demand and seize opportunities.

      Do top-down driven business strategies focused on shorter planning  cycles and "just-in-time decision making" consider the impact on supply  chain? Does it all add up to increased risk and increased cost, or do  you feel there is adequate communication between senior management and  supply chain planners to prevent risks and control costs?

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