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  • Genre:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • SubGenre:Production & Operations Management
  • Language:English
  • Pages:200
  • eBook ISBN:9781544530116

Why Change?

An Engineer's Mindset to Repair Your LCD Display Supply Chain

by Keith Mitnik

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Overview
Change is hard, especially in relationships. When cracks start forming at the foundation, you're at a crossroads that demands decisions. What can you do to salvage the current relationship? When is it worth the risk to change? How many conflicts in your current system are too many? The answers to these questions are particularly important when it comes to buyer-supplier relationships in electronics. Making progress and achieving goals means knowing these answers and navigating each relationship with efficiency, clarity, and confidence. To achieve this, you need a roadmap—one that will help you avoid any pitfalls in the future. In Why Change?, engineer and electronic component manufacturer CEO Keith Mitnik introduces his systematic approach for making smart decisions in supply chain management. He shares the five problems that derail supply chains, teaching you how to create your own customized solution to these issues through an in-depth understanding of each of them. From declining quality to rising costs, you'll feel confident processing problems, recognizing risks, and repairing supplier relationships (or building new ones). Why Change? is the premier guide for engineers and supply chain managers in the electronic industry looking for a systematic approach to make the right supply chain decisions and get the results their organization needs.
Description
Change is hard, especially in relationships. When cracks start forming at the foundation, you're at a crossroads that demands decisions. What can you do to salvage the current relationship? When is it worth the risk to change? How many conflicts in your current system are too many? The answers to these questions are particularly important when it comes to buyer-supplier relationships in electronics. Making progress and achieving goals means knowing these answers and navigating each relationship with efficiency, clarity, and confidence. To achieve this, you need a roadmap—one that will help you avoid any pitfalls in the future. In Why Change?, engineer and electronic component manufacturer CEO Keith Mitnik introduces his systematic approach for making smart decisions in supply chain management. He shares the five problems that derail supply chains, teaching you how to create your own customized solution to these issues through an in-depth understanding of each of them. From declining quality to rising costs, you'll feel confident processing problems, recognizing risks, and repairing supplier relationships (or building new ones). Why Change? is the premier guide for engineers and supply chain managers in the electronic industry looking for a systematic approach to make the right supply chain decisions and get the results their organization needs.
About the author
Keith Mitnik is the co-founder of Phoenix Display, an LCD display company. With a background in mechanical engineering and a master's degree in business, Keith has applied his expertise to identify the patterns and solve problems in supply chain management for the past two decades. He's developed a clear framework for customers to resolve issues with current suppliers, determine when—and how—to change suppliers, manage the transitional process, and ensure sustainable success.
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