I recently posted this in a Health Procurement forum in response to an article I read, and would like to… Read more Why Supply Chain Management in Africa is failing
Systems Thinking is what we call a paradigm, a paradigm is a mental program that has almost exclusive control over… Read more Introduction to Systems thinking
Variation or Variability is production’s enemy number 1. Unfortunately, lack of knowledge and understanding of these processes leads to common error.
I am making the assumption that this relationship diagram has been created by an organization like ACT, Gates Foundation, USAID,… Read more A Systemic approach to the Health Supply Chain Cycle
The world is becoming increasingly customer-centric and consumers are becoming more and more demanding. This is supported by rapid advancement… Read more Demand Planning’s role and it’s link to variability
Businesses now have 2 challenges in the coming months and years after Covid-19. Clawing back market share Generating Cash flow… Read more Why you should consider change in your business operations
We now have light at the end of the tunnel, and it’s not the 3:30 express masquerading as Covid-19. The… Read more Change for the good of South Africa.
Manufacturing and Supply Chain processes don’t function in only one direction. As systems, they are bi-directional and the flow of information is as important as the flow of product.
The questions on everyone’s minds at the moment. What is the world going to be like after Covid-19? How are… Read more SURVIVING IN THE “NEW NORMAL”
2 things happened this weekend that triggered this post. First, I watched an interesting webinar with Rob O’Byrne from Logistics… Read more Identifying causes of margin erosion