Planning for Growth
Some companies hope for growth, market leaders plan for it. Planning for Growth is a mindset. Developing a business planning capability requires leadership, and both breadth and depth of experience.
Where would you rather be? Supply-Driven - reacting as best you can to customer orders. Or working market-back and customer-back to shape demand, drive differentiated performance, and deliver an experience to your customers and markets?
Global Planning Capabilities
Your customers are global. Your planning capabilities should be too. Extending planning capabilities to address global markets requires a different approach to people, processes, and systems.
One Size Does Not Fit All
Planning is a different kind of animal. Your products, markets, and customers track differently, yet planning processes and systems often follow a one-size-fits-all approach.
Leadership Required
Improving your planning capabilities isn't just about technology systems and process improvements; change initiatives must be driven by strong leadership and clear vision.
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Why Companies

Struggle with Planning

Planning is about 'what if.' It's not about what happened, it's about why it happened. It’s about how much of the future is going to look like today."
- Jerry Wolfe, VP of Supply Chain Strategy and CIO, McCormick & Company