Supply Chain Risk Management

The approach of supply chain risk management follows an event analysis to identify potential disruptive incidents that could affect the performance. Even though we cannot prevent these events from happening, we can influence how hard it hits the supply chain. Our CAMELOT expert’s articles guide you through this process.

The approach of supply chain risk management follows an event analysis to identify potential disruptive incidents that could affect the performance. We can influence how hard it hits the supply chain.

06/01/2022 Supply Chain Management

Risk-Aware Supply Chain Decision Making – Towards Resilient Supply Networks

Supply chain leaders need to establish a preventive risk management approach that allows them to shape resilient supply networks. To achieve …

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Future Value Chain

The Path Towards Value Chain Excellence

In this blog post we introduce six key drivers for value chain excellence.

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Supply Chain Management

Linking People and Technology: Supply Chain Trends 2022+

More important than ever and with lots of digital capabilities at hand, the supply chain function needs to effectively link people …

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Scenario Planning – Towards an Agile Approach in Supply Chain Management

In this article, we will show you how scenario planning can be used for more agile end-to-end supply chain planning and …

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The Parameter-Driven Value Chain, Part IV

How to start the journey towards a parameter-driven value chain In our previous article, we elaborated on how a parameter-driven value …

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5 Tricks to Identify How COVID-19 Impacted your Logistics and How to Fix It

We have prepared five tricks to facilitate the identification and picking counter measures of COVID related implications on your logistics processes …

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The Parameter-Driven Value Chain, Part III

How a parameter-driven value chain drives transparency, flow and planning quality In the previous article, we have introduced the benefits of …

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The Parameter-Driven Value Chain, Part II

How does a parameter-driven value chain work and what are the benefits? In our first article, we argued that a parameter-driven …

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The Parameter-Driven Value Chain, Part I

How a parameter-driven approach to value chain planning helps to solve the planning riddle While the fully autonomous, AI-driven value chain …

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Supply Chain Management

A New Look at Supply Chain Resilience – Re-inventing Supply Chain Risk Management

In the face of major disruptions, companies need to grasp the opportunity to build resilient supply chains for the future, and …

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