Roadmap for a Supply Chain Resilience Cockpit

Roadmap for a Supply Chain Resilience Cockpit

With ongoing disruptions all around the world, companies are in need for more resilience. Most control towers are domain-specific for procurement, manufacturing or logistics and inadequate for timely response to disruptions. A cross-functional resilience cockpit for the end-to-end supply chain is needed for this purpose. Supply Chain Movement and advisory firm Supply Chain Companions have developed a roadmap to realize such a resilience cockpit successfully.

The first stop sign on the road to a supply chain resilience cockpit is ‘Tornado’, where there is an inadequate resilience. To get the traffic light to turn green, and continue the road, you can:

  • Assessment of the current resiliency levels in redundancy of capacities, supplier and customer collaboration, flexibility in options, visibility, and agility to change
  • Determine the main business priorities and the current outcomes
  • Visualize your complete ecosystem with all the relevant stakeholders (suppliers, customers, service providers, banks and investors, government agencies and non-governmental organizations et cetera)

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Roadmaps Supply Chain Movement

The roadmaps provided by Supply Chain Movement are visual representations of strategic plans that assist in optimizing supply chain processes. They present a simple way of illustrating how companies can achieve their desired objectives.

A roadmap aids in:

• Identifying areas for improvement
• Implementing changes
• Increasing efficiency
• Enhancing competitive positioning

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