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An Example of a DSTO Process
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What Is the Goal of the Supply Chain? Part 1 – Establishing the Goal
The goal of the supply chain is to ensure that the business it supports fulfills its prime directive: to make more money, now and tomorrow.
What Is the Goal of the Supply Chain? Part 2 – Fortifying the Goal
The goals of supply management: to improve organizational knowledge and effectiveness, to increase operating cash generated now and in the future.
What Is the Goal of the Supply Chain? Part 3 – Testing For Sufficiency
What is a sufficient supply chain goal? It includes external links upward to suppliers and downward to customers with collaboration between links.
Supply Chain Defined
A supply chain is a network connecting companies that produce and move products from supplier to customer, involving complex decisions and tasks.
Scale and Scaling of DSTO
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