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Stuart Harman’s article 'Manufacturing Survival Skills' has been published in the Australian Manufacturing Technology (AMT) Magazine.

Mike Reed’s article 'Why operations need to change the way they approach inventory' has been published in Ferret publication.

Oliver Wight is a proud sponsor of Akolade's 2nd Annual Supply and Demand Planning Summit on 27-29 August 2014.  Rod Hozack will present: 'Has your demand plan got more potential?', and run a workshop 'Is Your Supply Chain Ready For Optimisation?'

Don Harding will present “Managing Supply Chain Performance” at The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society’s CEO Series in Singapore on 7th October 2014

Oliver Wight Asia Pacific are proud to be sponsoring the Shanghai Sales and Operations Planning Innovation Summit, 23 October - 24 October 2014

 

 

Oliver Wight believe that truly sustainable business improvement can only be delivered by your own people. So unlike other consultancy firms, we transfer our knowledge to you.

We have a 40 year track record of helping some of the world's best-known organisations reach and sustain excellent business performance. With our team of professionals, offering a wealth and diversity of experience, Oliver Wight can help you define your vision of the future and inspire your people to drive change throughout your business, delivering performance and financial results that last.

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Integrated Business Planning
Advanced S&OP from the people who invented it

The difference between successful organisations and the rest, is their ability to anticipate and respond positively to changing conditions.  Oliver Wight's Integrated Business Planning will make sure you're prepared for the future, whatever it holds.  Find out more...

 

The Journey To Business Excellence 

Only excellent companies consistently win in business, and the standard of excellence is raised every day as customers expect more value and shareholders expect more return.

An excellence program unites your people, your customers and your suppliers by engaging them in a common set of goals and achieves a pace of change to outperform competition and differentiate your company in the marketplace. Read more... 

 

Oliver Wight Class A Checklist for Business Excellence -
Sixth Edition 

The Oliver Wight Checklist is the longest standing and most successful business assessment tool. The Sixth Edition has once again extended the boundaries (raised the bar) and set ever more demanding standards to provide a comprehensive vehicle for companies working toward Class A Certification.


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