With an ever-growing number of technologies available, as well as globally mobile talent, many companies are turning to their people as a source of competitive advantage. However, if employees aren’t properly educated and trained, then how do you expect them to play a pivotal role in creating and maintaining that “competitive” advantage?
I often come across executives who are frustrated and exhausted – from firefighting, from running meeting to meeting only to get detailed updates on what happened yesterday, from a seemingly endless barrage of data, and on and on.
Posted on Friday, December 30, 2016 - 9:41am by Karen
by Todd Kirisits, Oliver Wight Director of Business Development
As leading educators and business coaches in disciplines such as Integrated Business Planning (Advanced S&OP), Demand Planning, and Integrated Planning and Control, Oliver Wight wants to pass along our knowledge with this new blog.
As this blog series progresses, we will post our latest knowledge in the areas of new product development, demand management, supply planning, and financial analysis as it relates to Integrated Business Planning.