Many organisations continue to experience significant challenge in planning and executing S&OP deployment. The need for delivering benefits rapidly, building collaborative working and ensuring the sustainability of a new corporate process are often not fully addressed by traditional project management approaches. However, some organisations are now starting to explore the potential to apply agile working approaches to S&OP deployment.

So where do traditional linear approaches fall short and how can agile working help businesses to drive fast and sustainable S&OP execution? I explore these questions in an article recently published by the Institute of Business Forecasting & Planning: https://bit.ly/2YN2msk

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