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Daniel L. Gardner

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Conclusion


As the discussion on supply chain execution and financial results comes to an end, it should be clear that there are in fact causal relationships between landed cost, lead times and inventory management and what appears on the income statement, balance sheet and, now, the CFS. Hopefully, the general discussion and case study have contributed in a small way to broadening the reader's outlook on business while helping to remove the barriers to success in today's global markets.




The emphasis throughout the study has been on the fundamentals of business discipline, the very same practices that catapulted General Motors to a dominant market position more than 80 years ago. None of the concepts in this analysis has been presented as revolutionary; quite the contrary. The goal has been to uncover the links that exist between execution and results, thereby allowing the analyst to achieve what the Japanese so aptly characterize as the ability "to understand the inner secrets and return to original simplicity." [1] There is nothing simple about executing a global business model, but adherence to basic principles while embracing new ideas and technologies will maximize the probability of success even in the most hostile of environments.



[1]Thomas Cleary, Code of the Samurai: A Modern Translation of the Bushido Shoshinsu, Tuttle Publishing, 1999, p. 32.


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