Lisa Anderson, manufacturing and supply chain expert and president of LMA Consulting Group states there are operational and supply chain priorities required to be ready to absorb additional sales”. One of the most important components is to have planning and scheduling processes required to be ready to absorb capabilities.

As we all know, the worldwide supply chain is still in disarray. Why not take a little bit of time now to plan for the other side of supply shortages? Companies that have a plan are much more likely to thrive and grow sales than companies that didn’t put any thought towards the future.

According to FactSet Insight, revenue growth is predicted at 7.5% for 2022 which is substantial when considering it is following record-breaking growth in 2021.

What-if scenario planning is another important component of good planning. Making sure that you have thought of all scenarios and have a plan to deal with each of them. Hopefully you won’t need to use them; but you’ll definitely be happy to have them if the situation arises.

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