Systems, Silos and Change: Implications for Supply Chain Managers

09 May 2018
8:30 am - 9:30 am

Systems, Silos and Change: Implications for Supply Chain Managers

Organizations speak of aspiring to be more systems-oriented in their thinking, breaking down silos that isolate functions from one another and becoming more agile — turning on a dime when the environment changes. While some organizations have become what they aspire to be, most still struggle with systems thinking, silos and agility. This presentation focuses on how those within the supply chain function can positively impact these issues and is based on books co-authored by the presenters on change management and decision-making (We Move Our Own Cheese and Better Business Decisions Using Cost Modeling).

Date
May 9, 2018
Track
ISM Mastery
Experience Level
Advanced
Mastery Model Competency
Supply Chain Planning