Tips for Executing to Plan in Any Environment
S&OP is core to any supply chain, but what do you do after the plan is set?
What do you do when there’s a shipment delay, a quality issue, or a warehouse constraint?
Unfortunately, these aren’t hypothetical questions. Only 40% of service levels actually live up to S&OP projections. Then again, if you’re a supply chain professional, you already knew that.
So what do you do? Simple: Focus on post-planning execution!
Watch the webinar to learn how Chris Peri, Supply Chain Manager at GCC, transformed GCC’s post-plan execution with his four-step playbook.
Chris Peri has been managing supply chains in the construction industry for more than a decade. By focusing on post-plan execution at GCC, Chris is tackling a multi-million dollar opportunity while improving customer satisfaction.
Four common signs that your company can benefit from better post-plan execution:
- Lost revenue because of missed service levels
- Expensive mitigation to cover deviations
- Data integrity issues that inhibit problem-solving
- Constant firefighting
Chris Peri, Supply Chain Manager, GCC
Chris Peri is a Supply Chain Manager for GCC, a Supplier of Choice in cement, concrete and innovative solutions. He has been in construction materials since 2007 specializing in management, continuous improvement and optimization. Chris earned a BS in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Nevada, Reno, is a member of ASQ, and holds a Green Belt in Six Sigma.
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