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Sales and Operations Planning processes are not a panacea. Just because an organization has a process, does not automatically mean that the company will drive value.

In the past decade, company progress moved backwards with fewer and fewer companies believing that they are successful. The reasons? Lack of definition of supply chain excellence, the need for design, clear delineation of governance, clarity of the role of the financial budget and the organizational tension in reconciliation with the market, and the lack of organizational alignment.

Sales and Operations Planning processes are not a panacea. Just because an organization has a process, does not automatically mean that the company will drive value.

In the past decade, company progress moved backwards with fewer and fewer companies believing that they are successful. The reasons? Lack of definition of supply chain excellence, the need for design, clear delineation of governance, clarity of the role of the financial budget and the organizational tension in reconciliation with the market, and the lack of organizational alignment.

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