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Sometimes, metrics can get in the way of progress in your supply chain, especially if they're not well understood or used improperly. If you change your way of thinking about a problem, what looked like a bad outcome on paper may actually be a winning proposition.
On the Logistics Viewpoints site, Chris Jones provides examples of this situation and recommends a more open approach. Check it out HERE. Last modified on Thursday, 19 February 2015
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