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Innovation in Your Supply Chain - Symbiotic Supply Chain management

Wednesday 15 February 2012

Potentially the biggest area of untapped competitive advantage (and arguably one of the biggest areas where costs could be reduced) is within supply chains. Most approaches to Supply Chain Management are linear and isolated with one player trying to squeeze the other with no regard to the overall effect of the full supply chain. It's a short-sighted and destructive approach particularly common in some areas of business. This article appeared in Fast Thinking Magazine and I thank Frank Green at the Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation in Queensland for prompting me to post it.

This attachment is the orginal typesetting which was changed when it went to print.  Symbiotic Supply Chains and Innovation


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