Increased globalization and competition have stimulated the rapid growth of extended enterprise business models involving supplier, partner, and distributor networks.
These relationships with partners, suppliers, retailers, and consumers go beyond the shipping of goods and delivery of services. Learning and development initiatives, too, have broken free of bricks and mortar boundaries to include now all members of the value chain.
Managing, training, collaborating, and sharing knowledge in extended enterprises and franchises is a complex task that often results in costly manual processes, lack of common best practices, inconsistent customer experiences, and unnecessary exposure to regulatory & operational risks.
Read the new white paper “The Extended Enterprise: Six Steps to Gaining a Competitive Advantage” by Brandon Hall Group and NetDimensions and learn how you can implement these six steps into your value chain and:
Reduce costs and increase revenue streams
Manage risks by enforcing/monitoring compliance & best practices