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An update on supply chain challenges, opportunities

Snarled supply chains throughout 2021 had industry hoping 2022 would be smoother, yet analysts said it would last into 2023 or longer. Lisa Anderson offers her insights about how 2023 is looking.

Why Manufacturing Drives Resiliency

The world has all sorts of complications and challenges going on simultaneously: The Russia-Ukraine war is heating up, driving a severe energy shortage in Europe as Russia turned off the gas pipeline. The China-Taiwan tensions continue to gain steam with advanced computer chips at the crux of the conflict. The baby formula challenges carry on with flights [...]

Today’s Medical Developments: LMA Consulting Protects Supply Chains by Focusing on Visibility and the SIOP Process

Lisa Anderson, manufacturing and supply chain expert and president of LMA Consulting Group discusses how the pandemic was a wake-up call to the importance of better visibility in the supply chain.

Southern California CEO: Supply Chains With Visibility And SIOP

Lisa Anderson, manufacturing and supply chain expert and president of LMA Consulting Group comments that supply chains are becoming more sophisticated and are ever changing.

Supply Chain Update for Summer 2022 from Europe, America and Australia

In this episode of Interlinks, we’re going to check in on some of the major global regions, namely Europe, North America and Asia Pacific, to see what is going on and what is topical in supply chain in summer 2022.

ACHR: Some Supply Chain Pressures Ease

ACHR: Some Supply Chain Pressures Ease, But Other Challenges Remain Manufacturing and Supply Chain Expert Lisa Anderson, MBA, CSCP, CLTD, President of LMA Consulting Group Inc., shares her thoughts on how the supply chain is still out of alignment. The biggest new source of supply issues is the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Source Day: Women in ERP

Manufacturing and Supply Chain Expert Lisa Anderson, MBA, CSCP, CLTD, President of LMA Consulting Group Inc., talks about best practices and how companies utilizing the ERP to it's potential.

When Will the Supply Chain Disruptions End?

Supply chain disruptions will continue throughout 2022. In fact, we need to accept that supply chain challenges will be commonplace in the next normal. Each link in the supply chain will continue to blame the others while the end-to-end supply chain will only be as strong as its weakest link. Manufacturers will continue to experience shortages of materials and labor while prices escalate.

SAC: The Hybrid World Brings New Challenges for Leaders

"Our most successful clients realize that offering hybrid working environments attracts, and more importantly, retains their top talent,” points out Lisa Anderson, president of Claremont, CA-based LMA Consulting Group, Inc. and manufacturing expert known for creating supply chain resiliency. "Leaders will need to find ways to integrate remote employees daily and design workshops at key intervals to bring the full team together.

E-Commerce Times: Piecing Together the Supply Chain Puzzle

"There is an unprecedented volatility and disruption in the end-to-end supply chain,” said Manufacturing and Supply Chain Expert Lisa Anderson, MBA, CSCP, CLTD, President of LMA Consulting Group Inc.
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