The chemical industry continues to deal with significant challenges including increasing safety and environmental requirements. At the same time, consolidation and globalization of the industry presents both problems and opportunities in terms of business strategy, supply chain design and information systems.
Flexibility and responsiveness along with cost-out pressure and increasing customer requirements challenges the industry. The requirement to deploy business strategy effectively continues to highlight the need for Integrated Business Planning processes.
Oliver Wight has worked with some of the world’s best known chemical businesses, including AkzoNobel, BASF, Borealis, Borouge, BWA Water Additives, Crown Paints, DSM, Famar, Hempel, Nufarm, Oleon, Sun Chemical, Synthomer. We have helped them transform their way of working to tackle these challenges through business excellence programmes, so they can plan with greater certainty in an increasingly uncertain world.
Here are some companies we have worked with. Click to download a case study
Scenario Planning Trigger Points – Creating an Integrated Response to Scenarios
Getting the Most From Integrated Business Planning
From Disorder to Agility
Integrated Business Planning for High Performance Businesses
Boost Performance - Connect Strategy and Execution through Integrated Business Planning
Business Transformation in Global Organisations - Lessons learned and successes earned
Successful S&OP through Integrated Business Planning
Who Owns Inventory? Stop the Blame Game
Why Annual Planning Should Be a Significant Non-Event
Transitioning from Sales and Operations Planning to Integrated Business Planning
The Day Exuberance Trumped a Proven Process
Sustainable High Performance and Profitability
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