Oliver Wight has developed a series of five questions – simple ‘must-haves’, which can be used in each of the five Integrated Business Planning (IBP) review meetings to ensure they address the key issues facing the business in a standardized way, validate the plans and make required decisions. In short, it provides a means of pushing the S&OP process to become more than just ‘forecasting’, and help it mature into the series of valuable business meetings required by IBP.
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