Try these techniques to build your team's support behind new supply chain management systems.
Rolling out a new supply chain management system that everyone in your company understands and accepts is critical to your success. It requires involving employees throughout the development process, beginning with discussions about functional requirements. The ideal team for this task includes members from manufacturing, production scheduling, quality control, purchasing, accounts payable, receiving and material handling, and logistics.
The best result for your company will be widespread buy-in to the new system. A close second may be the positive connections and communication built between departments as their members solved problems together.
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