Supply chain planning can feel daunting and confusing and so much
more. How can you make decisions about how many goods to procure,
make, and deliver before knowing exactly what the demand for products
is going to be?
Gerald Feigin, a partner at Analytics Operations Engineering, has
answers. Feigin helps you and other decision makers understand the
dynamic information about future demand, available production capacity,
and sources of supply. This book smartly focuses on the three
interlinked processes that compose effective supply chain planning:
demand planning, sales and operations planning, and inventory and
supply planning. When executed well, these planning processes will
help a company to achieve its targeted balance between efficiency and
Read more and learn specifics about these processes, and how they
are interconnected and the practical challenges of implementing them.
Feigin also explains the important ways in which analytical tools
and methods can be utilized to make better supply chain planning
About Gerald Feigin
See more books from this Author
Published September 15, 2011
by Business Expert Press.
Business & Economics.