Vivek is the Global Supply Chain Strategist and Author who works globally with large and mid-size corporations to FIX their Business-to-Business Networks in order to their multiply profits.
In that last 14 years he created several new breakthroughs in Supply Chain - including business transformations led by SCM 3.0. His more than 400 projects have spanned approximately 84 countries on five continents, with clients ranging from fortune 500 companies to innovative green technology companies.
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Vivek Sood' latest column explores the reasons why business networks can be far more important than the business infrastructure themselves; and how these networks can make your business more resilient and responsive to the past paced economic global environment.
There is no doubt that confusion results in loss of action. Because clarity is the basis of all actions. Clarity gives you confidence and confidence results in action.
"Almost all KPIs are suspect till you get to the depth of how they are defined, how they are calculated, how the data is collected and analysed".
Vivek Sood's latest column aligns some of the best practices of navigators to its respective business strategy guidances, through a very useful metaphor.
Vivek Sood's latest article examines how IKEA through the use of powerful business networks and getting behind the iron curtain, managed to beat a boycott led by Sweden's National Association of Furniture Dealers
In his latest column Vivek Sood examines the new Amazon smartphone and gives his views on its prospects as a new competitor and whether the new smartphone can compete with the likes of Apple and Samsung.
As factories move to China, middlemen are removed & what happens to the retailers? Vivek Sood uses Alibaba (Chinese ecommerce) as a case study to explore this further
This is the second part of Vivek Sood's column explaining Supply Chain 3.0, ensuing the first part it continues to give you an insight on what the top 35 companies are excelling in, globally.
This column is the first part of explaining Supply Chain 3.0, it gives you an insight on what the top 35 companies are excelling in, globally.
For the first time ever, Microsoft has put its most popular productivity suite onto Apple’s iPad.