Practices found in high-performing organizations
There are few common denominators across successful and high-performing organizations in the supply chain business. Through quick research here are most of them.
Examples of practices found in high-performing organizations
1-End-to-end (E2E) coordination:
Integrative roles and E2E planning processes, for example:
Business process owners, eg, orchestrators of integrated business planning
E2E value-stream planners, eg, bridging highly- specialized functional verticals
E2E segment planners, eg, replacing traditional demand and supply planners
Consistent performance-management system across geographies and business units
Shared incentives for collaborative functions, eg, sales and supply chain
Quarterly reviews, with individual and team consequences as part of evaluations
Fluid roles and assignments in the supply chain managed through the corporate HR team.
Cross-functional job rotations and mentorship programs
Harmonized processes, with strict standards and segment-specific dierentiation as needed
Organizational simplification, with standard roles and job titles
IT-enabled workflows based on formalized process maps.
Team co-location, or Investment in periodic team events, knowledge-sharing, and related initiatives.
Internal capability-development programs, linking learning to business initiatives.
I hope this helps, let me know your opinions about them!