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The widespread recognition of the term “supply chain” has come primarily as a result of the globalization of manufacturing since the mid-1990s, particularly the growth of manufacturing in China. U.S. imports from China grew from about $45 billion per year in 1995 to more than $280 billion per year in 2006. The focus on globalization accented the need for logistics strategies to deal with complex networks including multiple entities spanning multiple countries with diverse control. There has been an increasing trend to use the term supply chain management to refer to strategic issues and logistics to refer to tactical and operational issues.
As one of the leading specialist corporate training providers operating globally, Appleton Greene & Co offers more than 800 standard and custom program packages.
In almost every industry, the marketplace is becoming more competitive and demanding. There is more pressure than ever before to do more for less. That climate should encourage executives to closely examine every aspect of their supply chain.
A recent study showed companies with a group dedicated to supply chain optimization were almost twice as likely to reach their revenue and margin goals compared to those without such a focus.
That examination should be guided by the fundamentals of continuous process improvement (CPI), which describes an ongoing process to strengthen any aspect of the company’s daily operations. It’s a strategy proven to lead to greater efficiency and profitability, from supply chain planning through execution.
CPI impacts three main aspects of a supply chain: people, processes and technology. First, employees must be in a position that takes complete advantage of their individual skillsets and strengths. Second, an organization must identify the best path(s) to reach its goals. Finally, the business must employ the latest technological solutions to boost efficiency and flex to customer demand, all without increasing expense.
Mr. Hendricks’ Supply Chain Process Improvement Corporate Training Program was designed to empower the company’s clients with the tools required to implement a tangible business process with consistent and predictable results. Working hand in hand with the acclaimed CPI (Continuous Process Improvement) strategy, Mr. Hendricks’ Supply Chain Process program optimizes clients’ performance, profitability, and efficiency.
According to Mr. Hendricks, business agility, flexibility, and the ability to rise in the face of adversity are some of the prerequisites all successful businesses need to possess. Regarding the aforementioned statement, the company’s spokesperson imparted the following:
“The need to adapt quickly is one of the biggest challenges that businesses face today. What worked last year, even last month may need to be updated and improved. The stakes are often great, that flexibility could be the difference between success and failure. Today’s ultra-competitive market is one in which only the fittest survive,” said Mr. Hendricks.
The efficiency and productivity of any company are limited by three factors, including its employees, the processes they participate in, and the technology they leverage to complete any given process.
Appleton Greene’s Supply-Chain Program is available within multiple industry sectors, including but not limited to aviation, aerospace, automotive, distribution, logistics, and more.
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