Just five short months ago, the consumer goods industry was focused on building a supply chain to support the omnichannel era, focusing on four key areas: demand planning, fulfillment, manufacturing, and last-mile delivery. However, since then the industry has been flipped on its head.
Campbell's shared its new cost reduction plan as well as an initiative to simplify its organization structure to improve agility in the marketplace. The company expects these to generate annual cost savings of $200 million over a three-year period.
Southern Wine & Spirits announced two key appointments within the company last week: Barry Goldberg will serve as SVP commercial & operations value management and realization, and Ann Dozier will serve as SVP and CIO.
ConAgras Senior Director of Continuous Improvement candidly reveals details behind the strategy and deployment of a large-scale Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) roll out. Today, OEE serves the company as a central business performance metric to help evaluate opportunities in sourcing, supply planning optimization and distribution network improvements as well as in capital equipment and product innovation initiatives.
To position the company for future growth, Kraft Foods Group, Inc. has made several management changes. These newly created leadership positions reflect the company's commitment to accelerating the pace of change and improving execution.
Learn how successful firms view QMS as a means to not only meet regulatory demands but also to drive mission-critical operational goals beyond compliance, such as market-differentiating product quality, business efficiency and time-to-market.
In the second annual edition of the Review & Outlook Report, CGT taps its most valuable resources almost 80 respected industry experts to recommend realistic actions for managing the big changes ahead of us.