Positive Consequences of Recession

The recession is a perfect example of the "no pain, no gain" theory, and Richard Sherman believes more gain than pain has to be demonstrated for new ideas and new process improvements to take place.

Richard Sherman sees a renewed focus on inventory management as a positive consequence of the recession, and says it has led to more collaboration, increased emphasis on demand planning, and better use of business intelligence. Companies are looking for, and finding, new decision support tools and systems, as well as new ways to help their people make better, more informed, and more collaborative decisions.

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