NEW Episode 2 of the Discovering Hidden Profit Podcast: Setting Macro-Level Business Goals

DHP_Podcast_Artwork-1.pngDiscovering Hidden Profit: The Podcast is a must-listen for CEOs and executives dealing with continuous industry disruption and increased business complexity.

This podcast features in-depth interviews with the authors of the groundbreaking new business book, Discovering Hidden Profit by Peter Marks and Robert Martichenko. Timely and informative, this podcast reveals an operational blueprint for business leaders to achieve the next level of system-wide improvement and collaboration required in today’s world of constant change and challenge.

Episode 2: SCA Gear Series Pt. 1 - Setting Macro-Level Business Goals

3-Gears.jpgBefore we begin our work in Supply Chain Advancement (SCA), we need to understand the prize for completing the work. That is, how much profit is being left on the table because we do not have advanced supply chain performance? This requires objectively understanding the current state of the organization, picturing the ideal future state, and setting realistic yet challenging, goals.

In this episode, Robert Martichenko, co-author of Discovering Hidden Profit, outlines four steps the C-suite can take to identify and set macro-level targets – the “true north” -- for extracting hidden profit.

Listen to Episode 2 Now 


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