Supply chain responsiveness matrix

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A supply chain responsiveness matrix is a tool that is used to analyze inventory and lead time within an organization.

The matrix is one of a number of Value Stream Mapping tools [1]

The matrix is represented by showing lead time along the X- Axis and inventory along the y axis. The result shows where slow moving stock resides.

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  1. ^ The Lean Enterprise: Designing and Managing Strategic Processes for Customer-winning Performance By Dan Dimancescu, Nick Rich, Peter Hines ISBN 0-585-02486-3

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