Author Archives: David Hornaday

November 2019

Making Budgets Work

Leadership and Accountability Drives Results. During the year end period most companies are spending lots of resources to prepare sales forecasts, expense budgets, cash flow projections and production or manpower plans.  The best companies view this process as an integral part of their business plan for the upcoming year.  Others view it as a general […]

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July 2019

Creating Organizational Value in the Supply Chain

Today’s marketplace is competitive. Businesses in all industries are looking for ways to increase operational efficiencies and reduce costs. Maximizing the supply chain process can have a dramatic effect on the bottom line. Recently, two of our executives discussed how they help companies to create significant value in their supply chain and how suppliers can […]

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June 2019

Sales and Operations Planning Insights into Global Marketing

Effective sales and operations planning, or S&OP, must strive to have a common focus, which can be difficult to achieve without a process to guide the way. S&OP in manufacturing environments provides a structure for a culture of open communication, a common language for that communication and measurements to assure optimal results. With a clearly […]

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