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Inventory is not a problem; it is a symptom

Inventory is not a problem; it is a symptom

Inventory is not a problem; it is a symptom
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White Paper

The president of a client company asked the all too common question: “We have an inventory problem! We always seem to have too much, too little, or the wrong mix. This is a ‘front burner’ problem, and I’m leaning hard on my supply chain team. But as soon as we fix one thing, another inventory issue crops up. And we scramble to the end of every quarter. What do we need to do differently?” The answer is often not what the president expects: While the symptom, inventory, is easy to see, inventory itself generally is not the problem. Surprising to many executives, undesired inventory levels are a symptom of other, larger problems; most often, the impact of prior business decisions, misaligned execution, or both. Oliver Wight Americas Principal Leon Dixon explains in this white paper.

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