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Global Supply Chain
Solutions & Implementation

'Intervention not Disruption'

Improvement Tools & Practices that I apply to your most difficult global Value Chain issues

"The supply chain stuff is really tricky"

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Inc.

"You need to change the way you think. You need to change how you look at things"

Taiichi Ono - father of the Toyota Production System

"Be a yardstick of quality. Some people aren't used to an environment where excellence is expected" 

Steve Jobs, Co-founder of Apple Inc.

"Many supply chains are perfectly suited to the needs that the business had 20 years ago"

Jonathan Byrnes,

MIT Professor 


"How do you identify and analyze the best Results for Supply Chain Actionable Insights?" 

"What is the outcome of doing nothing versus taking action?"

Step 1 - Let's plan scenarios

I provide strategies for improving your supply chain network issues with an 'eye' on global transportation and logistics as well as implication for the wider supply chain in context. Alternatives, long and mid-term scenarios, trade-offs and different options in view of likely trends in the way your organization is growing from part of my assessment. All of this is extremely practical and focused on your global supply chain issues. In doing this, I use a methodology that is both flexible and well-tested.


Step 2 - Knowledge transfer

I analyze and apply specific tools (like SIx Sigma) to provide a reliable solution focused on: 

  1. Current problem/s

  2. Previous practical experiences that usually have unique elements but also common themes applicable to your specific problem 

  3. Potential options while taking into account different variables. 


Step 3 - Application of 'best-fit' solution

Within supply chain some of the key pressing issues are alignment and coordination - I ensure key network variables are kept in balance at all times while ensuring the matching of supply and demand. I intervene but I don't disrupt.

Use the acronym WIR to asses your exposure of operational risk:

  1. Identify the Weakness 

  2. Analyze the Implication for how the weakness will cause operational issues

  3. Provide a Recommendation to resolve the identified weakness

"What strategic decisions do you need to take in order to ensure We can meet your objectives for higher performance?"

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