Stock reliability is essential for a well-functioning supply chain. For that reason, most companies apply a standard of at least 98%.
About Hans Groen
Ik ben een senior professional met ruim 15 jaar ervaring in het bedrijfsleven op het gebied van Supply chain en management consultancy. Ik heb door heel Europa gewerkt in een grote verscheidenheid aan industrieën. Dat resulteerde in een breed gebied van expertise vanaf het realiseren van 'miljoen euro' verbeterprojecten, bedrijfstransformaties, implementeren van ERP en WMS systemen tot en met het vervullen high-level interim management functies.
Supply Chain Interim Management.
Supply Chain strategie ontwikkeling
Project manager software implementaties: Sattstore, Navision, Exact, SAP B-I, Baan.
Improving inventory reliability is important for several reasons. Your delivery reliability depends on it, but also consider the costs involved.
Reducing lead times has a leverage effect. It not only improves your operational performance but also your financial results.
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Organizations prefer to make decisions based on objective data. In terms of data, this often works, but the objectivity of management is often the problem.
It is a fact. Brexit. How and when this will all be done will become clear in the near future. But it is clear that this has an impact on your supply chain.
Managers often think that an employee who is critical, who replies, is in the resistance. Rather, there is a lack of empathy.
Employees but also managers are constantly grumbling about what is not going well. A constant stream of mistrust of one another.