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The difference between S&OP and IBP

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First published in April 2011, now updated with a brilliant blog from Stratabridge.  A lot has been written on the differences between S&OP and IBP. If this has made things clearer for the average S&OP practitioner is the question. I doubt it, but make up your own mind with the following blogs on this topic:

  1. ENOUGH!: http://www.supplychainshaman.com/supply-chain-planning/enough/
  2. The S&OP-IBP illusion:  http://supplychaintrends.wordpress.com/2011/02/10/the-sop-ibp-illusion
  3. What’s in a name: http://www.snopcentral.com/2009/08/28/10024-whats-in-a-name-sop-vs-ibp
  4. The 7 differentiators between S&OP and IBP: http://blog.kinaxis.com/2010/11/coco-crum-the-7-differentiators-between-sop-and-ibp/\
  5. Is there a battle between S&OP and IBP: http://www.steelwedge.com/blog/is-there-a-battle-between-sop-and-ibp.html
  6. What happens in Vegas, should not stay in Vegas : http://www.supplychainshaman.com/supply-chain-excellence/what-happens-in-vegas-should-not-stay-in-vegas/
  7. IBP or S&OP: what’s in a name? https://community.kinaxis.com/blogs/21st-century-supply-chain/2011/05/11/ibp-or-sop-what-s-in-a-name
  8. S&OP…IBP…WTF? http://www.stratabridge.com/2011/05/sop-ibp-wtf/
Furthermore you can follow a great discussion on this topic on LinkIn: http://www.linkedin.com/groupItem?view=&gid=56631&type=member&item=53695170&qid=36fdc790-7efc-4ff3-beb1-6a9d5c4bab1c&goback=%2Egmp_56631
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August 23, 2011 at 11:27 am

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  1. […] to life in the 80’s to align sales and operations. Although there are many discussions on the difference between S&OP and IBP, many agree that IBP has a larger scope then the traditional S&OP. So how can we make sure we […]


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