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The magician’s trick of pulling a scarf out of her hand, and as she pulls it the scarf keeps going and going, is a good way to think of planning and running a project related to supply chain. At first you see the initial scarf – the need to plan the logistics flow of a product through a supply chain – and while it may be large you think you understand the scope of it. But as you pull at it, many more scarves – many aspects of the project – become apparent, and like watching the magician, you’re not always sure where they are coming from.
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