Understanding that the supply chain and its many fluctuations can be hard to predict, the supply chain planning that many organizations have begun conducting is much more comprehensive. Manufacturers need more extensive supply chain planning strategies that offer multiple solutions when prime risk factors begin appearing. For example, drastic fluctuations in demand or the inevitable supply shortage. While taking preventive action through this planning is important for the product-side of an organization, it’s also important to consider the people-side. Organizations have developed a plan for addressing those needs that tends to focus on their employees. Putting employees first matters, which means never forcing them to shoulder the burden of supply chain shortages. This also means more organizations are building out teams to leverage available data to evaluate supply chain scenarios and better segment demand in a more prioritized manner, better preparing for the times ahead. To prepare in a way that most organizations are for supply chain instability, such as the predictive approach detailed in this post, follow the guide included within the resource coupled with this post.
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