CASE STUDY CONCEPT: Maximizing Supply Chain Performance to Increase Company Profits.In the restaurant industry in India, "Spice Max" is a well-known brand of Biryani Masala owned by a company named "Paramount Restaurant" which is very famous for its Hyderabadi Biryani. This delicious food
CASE STUDY CONCEPT: Mission & Operations Planning (M&OP) for Disaster Response Supply Chains.Earthquakes are not uncommon in the foothills of the Himalaya Mountains. But nobody can predict exactly when they will happen, so each one is a surprise. And then people have to respond quickly.
CASE STUDY CONCEPT: Supply Chain Planning Under Conditions of Stress and Uncertainty.Situation Report -- Imagine there is suddenly a real opportunity to stop the fighting in Syria. The UN Security Council has approved the Munich Security Conference recommendation previously endorsed by the
CASE STUDY CONCEPT: Timeless Supply Chain Challenges (inventory, location, transportation, and the bullwhip effect).Imagine it is the year 210 A.D. and you are the head of the largest merchant trading house on the Silk Road. The long prosperity of the Pax Romana has created strong demand in the
CASE STUDY CONCEPT: Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP) with Simulations to Support Business Growth. You connect your laptop to the boardroom projector, and the company's supply chain appears on the big screen at the front of the room. People stop talking and turn to look at what you are
CASE STUDY CONCEPT: Managing Transportation and Operating Costs in a Growing Business.Congratulations, you've just joined the S&J Trading Company. They have big plans, and you'll be the one to carry them out. This video gives you a quick introduction to the challenges ahead. And it shows how
CASE STUDY CONCEPT: Supply Chain Managers Need Good Mental Models for Effective Decision Making. Imagine it is the year 300 AD and you have just been promoted to run the family business. Your family is one of the wealthiest families in Roman Africa – the Septimii. The family comes from the city
CASE STUDY CONCEPT: Zara's Unique Business Model is Driven by Its Supply Chain Capabilities.Zara changes its clothing designs every two weeks on average, while competitors change their designs every two or three months. It carries about 11,000 distinct items per year in thousands of stores