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Supply chain innovation

Supply chain innovation: Implementing Supply Chain Management
Supply chain innovation: Implementing Supply Chain Management

Supply chain managers need to think about innovation in two ways: incremental improvement and disruptive transformation. This is called bimodal innovation because these are two very different approaches. Incremental improvements can be developed using six sigma, lean, and the Theory of Constraints. Disruptive innovation often comes from challenging basic assumption and trying to make the current business obsolete.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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