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    David K. Peterson
    Senior Consultant Logistics Management Institute

    Using the Correct Performance Metric Makes a Difference

    This is the last in a series of posts about operations and support for complex systems (or systems of systems), such as an electrical grid, railroad line, or assembly line. Such systems are nearly ubiquitous in business today, but we rarely consider their supply chain requirements until there is a problem.
  • Posted by
    David K. Peterson
    Senior Consultant Logistics Management Institute

    Quantifying the Effects of Logistics on System Performance

    This is the third in a series of posts about operations and support for complex systems (or systems of systems), such as an electrical grid, railroad line, or assembly line. Such systems are nearly ubiquitous in business today, but we rarely consider their supply chain requirements until there is a problem.
  • Posted by
    David K. Peterson
    Senior Consultant Logistics Management Institute

    Accounting for System and Subsystem Interactions in Sparing Decisions

    This is the second in a series of posts about operations and support for complex systems (or systems of systems), such as an electrical grid, railroad line, or assembly line. Such systems are nearly ubiquitous in business today, but we rarely consider their supply chain requirements until there is a problem.
  • Posted by
    David K. Peterson
    Senior Consultant Logistics Management Institute

    A Holistic Approach to Complex Systems Support

    Did you turn on a light, ride a train, or drive a car today? I’m guessing you probably did. And, while doing these activities, did you think about what it takes to ensure your electricity works, keep your train operating on time, or deliver your car to your local dealership so you could buy it?

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