Cognitive Automation in Planning & Forecasting

I recently presented at the 41st ISF symposium from the International Institute of Forecasters, where I discussed #cognitiveautomation in planning & forecasting, which is availably in this video (25 min) I cover:– why #artificialntelligence alone is not enough to achieve #intelligentautomation– what’s really required to achieve #autonomousplanning?– boundaries of automation, augmentation & human centricity in decision making– why the human stays central in the #futureofwork Hope you enjoy cheers, Niels Continue reading Cognitive Automation in Planning & Forecasting

S&OP 3.0 – The Future of Planning

Sales and Operation Planning (S&OP) made it’s break through in the 80’s, when Material Requirement Planning (MRP) was the hottest planning methodology around, computer screens had monochrome green letters, our music and dress sense were questionable, and it was common for companies to have a command and control management style. With it roots in the supply chain, this S&OP 1.0 had a strong focus on … Continue reading S&OP 3.0 – The Future of Planning