This is an improved version of HBR article 97205, initially distributed in 1997. HBR OnPoint articles incorporate the full-content HBR article in addition to a synopsis of key thoughts and organization cases to help you rapidly assimilate and apply the ideas. Never has so much innovation and intellectual competence been connected to enhancing production network execution. Be that as it may, the execution of many supply chains has never been more regrettable. Why haven't the new thoughts and innovations prompted to enhanced execution? Since, Marshall Fisher says, organizations do not have a system for choosing which ones are best for their specific circumstance. Fisher offers such a structure to help directors comprehend the way of the interest for their items and devise the production network that can best fulfill that demand.
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