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Manufacturing and Supply Chain Technologies: From 3D Printing to AI

Medtech companies’ focus on supply chain resiliency and mitigating supply chain risk has increased over the last few years as the pandemic triggered extended lead times, delays, and rising costs.

The Power of SIOP / S&OP in Fueling Profitable Growth

In the last month, clients have been proving the critical importance of SIOP (Sales Inventory Operations Planning), also known as S&OP or IBP (Integrated Business Planning) time and again.

Local Sourcing Has Big Benefits for Business

Lisa Anderson was quoted in an article on the American Express website discussing why local sourcing can help benefit your business in a big way!

Navigating a Slow Economy: Strategies for Manufacturers

Lisa Anderson of LMA Consulting Group was quoted in Manufacturing Dive about how manufacturers can navigate a slowing economy.

Forecasting in Flux: Importance of Supply Chain Flexibility

Lisa Anderson of LMA Consulting Group was quoted in a Harvard Business Review report about supply chain volatility and uncertainty that are part of the new normal.

The Importance of Supply Chain Partner Relationships

The awareness of the importance of international supply chains has grown in recent years, not just among the business fraternity, but more widely in the media, among politicians and ordinary citizens as well.

China-Linked Supply Chain Risks: Boeing, Nike Wrestle With Pressures

Lisa Anderson of LMA Consulting Group was quoted on Bloomberg Law about risk to China-linked supply chains, especially geopolitical risk, prompting some companies to rethink where they source their materials or manufacture their products.

Supply Chains in Healthcare: Vulnerability A Matter of Life and Death

Lisa Anderson of LMA Consulting Group was quoted in the Snowflake blog about how data is critical to healthcare - especially in times of supply chain vulnerability as a result of natural and man-made disasters.

Israel-Hamas War & Impacts on the Supply Chain

Israel was attacked by Hamas, and the world has another war in another region of the world. Since the global supply chain is interconnected, in addition to the devastation in the region, supply chain impacts will emerge.

Supply Chains, Energy Transition and Geopolitical Fragmentation

In this episode of Interlinks I am joined again by my colleagues from the supply chain special interest group of the Society for the Advancement of Consulting to discuss the issues of energy security and geopolitical change and how they are influencing the thinking of business strategists and decision makers as the look to design and configure the supply chains of the future.
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