Archive for supply chain metrics

Overcoming Complacency: How to Drive Even More Supply Chain Metric Success

A sense of complacency can lurk behind benchmarks. Once you hit your monthly warehouse goals, there can be a pull toward maintaining rather than gaining on your goals. Simply maintaining your goal patterns instead of gaining on your goals will keep your growth at a standstill if you don’t actively and routinely work to overcome […]

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Editor’s Pick: Just How Valuable are Supply Chain Metrics?

Note: Today’s post is part of our “Editor’s Pick” series where we highlight recent posts published by our sponsors that provide practical knowledge and advice on timely and important supply chain and logistics topics. Today’s post is by Joel Holt at Kenco Group, where he discusses several ways that supply chain metrics bring value to […]

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Which Supply Chain Metrics Matter the Most?

When it comes to supply chain and logistics, figuring out the right approach to measuring performance is a challenge. Assuming you can start with a clean slate, are there any guiding principles to selecting the “right” metrics? “Usually, there are three things that companies do wrong when trying to measure the performance of their organization,” […]

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