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As The Loadstar recently reported, Procter & Gamble’s supply chain has become such a well-oiled machine that, according to Gartner, along with Apple it’s in a league of its own. But its senior executives appear to have stopped talking the language of supply chain altogether and embarked on something far more futuristic, linguistically at least. It has moved on from the much-derided “control tower” buzzword and renamed such things “business spheres”, which apparently enables “business sufficiency analytic models that focus the business on exceptions and provide forward-looking projections and scenarios”. Still, if it works for them…

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