Centers of Excellence Drive Supply Chain Transformation, Part 1

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TaimoorZ   7/31/2014 9:28:07 AM

@Rich: I think the idea of building CoE within the supply chain and converting it into a supply network is a very good change. I do agree that companies are increasingly concerned about things beyond their own value chain. However, the fundamental issue that I see is that all the stakeholders need to be aligned on this. Every member of this network should realize the importance of collaboration and how they can together achieve more by collaborating. That seems to be the difficult part in my view.

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