U.S. aviation regulators assessing Boeing Co.’s 737 Max sometimes didn’t follow their own rules, used out-of-date procedures and lacked the resources and expertise to fully vet the design changes implicated in two fatal crashes, a review panel has concluded.
Companies are beginning to realize there’s more to lose from offending consumers who are aware of how cheap plastic products feed global warming, choke oceans, kill wildlife and — more slowly — threaten us. This is especially the case when it comes to packaging.
Challenge: A global food company was experiencing flat revenue and struggling to increase market share with demanding consumer expectations for ingredients and prices. Financial forecast credibility was debated, and plans were not consolidated. With a projected $100-million profit gap, timely accurate data was difficult to receive.
Europe’s relationship with the U.S. has been stretched to the limit by President Donald Trump’s “America First’’ foreign policy. But disputes about aircraft subsidies and auto tariffs coming to a head over the next two months could put the allies in a trade war.
Tuesday, August 13, 2019 12:00 to Wednesday, November 13, 2019 12:00
Many companies struggle to bring their corporate strategies to fruition. They simply fail to execute. The difference between those companies that execute their strategies and those that do not? Frequently, it is Integrated Business Planning.
Join us to hear about how IBP can help you execute your strategies. You will learn:
How strategy and execution – when linked with IBP – enables companies to outperform their peers.
Ways to more clearly articulate, communicate, and monitor strategy that increase the likelihood of executing those strategies.
How IBP provides a natural mechanism for an enterprise to align and realign strategies with execution.
Tuesday, September 17, 2019 12:00 to Tuesday, December 17, 2019 12:00
Internet-based retail has forever changed the way consumers discover, research and purchase a variety of goods and services. However, as purchasing behavior shifts from brick and mortar to online, retailers are struggling to build and sustain the infrastructure and human capital to keep pace with the rapidly expanding demand.
Specifically, e-commerce operations are continually challenged to meet consumer expectations of faster shipping, lower costs, and improved customer experience amidst tightening labor markets. Forward-thinking retailers are embracing robotics, automation, and AI solutions to drive direct labor out how goods are received, stored and picked within their distribution centers. Is packaging the unsolvable frontier?
Join us for this free webinar to learn about the various waste sources within a variety of e-commerce order processing scenarios, explore with us how right-sized packaging, on demand can help your retail facility differentiate its operations to achieve their operational and strategic goals.
Current packaging methods add wasteful time and material costs to e-commerce order processing
Labor markets are tightening, requiring retailers to streamline order fulfillment processes
Consumers are driving retailers to transition to consumer and environment-friendly packaging methods
Right-sized packaging reduces damages and waste while improving customer experience
Integrated software can reduce operator tasks and automate decision-making