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pour maintenir les dépenses sous contrôle et parvenir à un équilibre entre le coût et la performance, Starbucks à apporter des modifications importantes à ses opérations. voici un regard sur les étapes gibbons et ses collègues ont pris et les résultats qu’ils ont obtenus.

les deux premières choses gibbons a fait dans son nouveau poste étaient d’évaluer la façon dont la chaîne d’approvisionnement a été de servir les magasins, et de trouver où les coûts venaient. il a vite appris que moins de la moitié des livraisons de magasins arrivaient à l’heure. “mon diagnostic rapide a été ... que nous n’avons pas passé suffisamment d’attention à quel point nous étions à la prestation de services aux magasins», se souvient-il. Suite à cette évaluation, gibbons a commencé à visiter les magasins de détail Starbucks pour voir la situation par lui-même et obtenir la participation des employés. “les visites ont été effectuées afin de confirmer que notre chaîne d’approvisionnement pourrait s’améliorer de manière significative», explique t-il.”les meilleures personnes pour juger de la nécessité d’un changement étaient ceux de la clientèle face à une partie de notre entreprise.”

à fait bon: les coûts d’exploitation de l’entreprise vec les coûts d’exploitation en hausse et la baisse des ventes, le pourvoyeur mondial du café aà mis en place un étaient à la hausse même si les ventes ont été en chute. entre octobre 2007 et octobre 2008, par exemple, les frais de la chaîne d’approvisionnement aux états-unis est passée de 750 millions de dollars à plus de uS $ 825 millions, mais les ventes pour les magasins américains qui étaient ouverts depuis au moins un an ont chuté de 10 pour cent durant

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