Boom! Managing Uneven Demand: a recording of our webinar

Customer demand – we’re nothing without it.  Like the proverbial buses though, increased demand for our products or services often seems to arrive at the same time.  Add to this unevenness the concepts of predictable demand, and its counterpart unpredictable demand, and we have a huge challenge.

In order to survive and prosper, it’s not enough to just be efficient and effective anymore.  Businesses need to be agile and adaptable to cope with the pace of change, and to satisfy their customers no matter what.

So how do you manage uneven demand?

Join Barry Byrne as he talks about strategies for managing uneven demand, including:

•   Effective operations
•   Efficient use of resources
•   Building an integrated supply chain

Questions about how you can manage uneven demand?

If you have any questions about this topic, you can reach the PMI team at team@pmi.co.uk. Next time, why not ask your questions in real-time and join our next PMI Friday Webinar LIVE. You can register for our upcoming webinars here:

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