Executive Briefings

The Shaman's Journal – 2014

What drives the greatest value in a value chain? How do companies organize and align processes to serve their customer? Organizations are hard-wired for supply. They want to seize demand opportunities, and they have goals to build demand-driven organizations, but they are unable to move forward because it requires a new way of thinking. In this publication, we share a collection of blog posts published in 2014 by Lora Cecere, from the Supply Chain Shaman blog. The Journal should be read like a collection of short stories with each individual post sharing a unique set of insights on a specific topic. Keep this in mind as you read this journal. If not, as a collection of blog posts, they may seem disjointed. 

The articles are organized around five sub-themes: 

1) Insights on Supply Chain Leadership 

2) Supply Chain Talent 

3) Case Studies with Leaders 

4) Insights on Demand 

5) Future of Supply Chain Technology

Read the Shaman’s Blog Here

What drives the greatest value in a value chain? How do companies organize and align processes to serve their customer? Organizations are hard-wired for supply. They want to seize demand opportunities, and they have goals to build demand-driven organizations, but they are unable to move forward because it requires a new way of thinking. In this publication, we share a collection of blog posts published in 2014 by Lora Cecere, from the Supply Chain Shaman blog. The Journal should be read like a collection of short stories with each individual post sharing a unique set of insights on a specific topic. Keep this in mind as you read this journal. If not, as a collection of blog posts, they may seem disjointed. 

The articles are organized around five sub-themes: 

1) Insights on Supply Chain Leadership 

2) Supply Chain Talent 

3) Case Studies with Leaders 

4) Insights on Demand 

5) Future of Supply Chain Technology

Read the Shaman’s Blog Here