Sourcing Journal

17 December 2014

In today’s fast-moving world of end-to-end supply chain transformation, connectivity and collaboration are essential to any operational initiative. But while processes and technology are vital to connecting internal functions and external partners, the more urgent matter is internal alignment. Retailers, brands and consumer goods companies have to look inside before looking outside when attempting to transform the end-to-end supply chain. In a contributed Sourcing Journal article, Kurt Salmon and its partner GT Nexus shed light on the three things must be in place organizationally to be successful: internal alignment, the right talent and the necessary resources.

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