Logistics Wins Wars (and Projects)

Logistics Wins Wars
Logistics Wins Wars

We can prep the equipment, outfit the people and ready the food, but if we don’t have a way to move these things our front line troops won’t have what they need to win. As General Omar Bradley famously said, “Amateaurs talk strategy. Professionals talk logistics“. Hence this episode, “Logistics Wins Wars (and Projects)”

LISTEN HERE – Foundations Friday 45: Logistics Wins Wars (and Projects)

Key considerations for logistics requests:

  • C – Capability (What does it need to do?)
  • S – Size (equipment, not people)
  • A – Amount (people, equipment or supplies)
  • L – Location (Where to be deployed?)
  • T- Resource (What can the resource do?)
  • T – Time (When needed and how long?)

Thank you for reading this, listening to this week’s episode and sharing with others that may benefit.

Stay safe, wash your hands and Godspeed,

Kevin

Kevin Pannell, PMP, Creator & Host, ‘People, Process, Progress’ podcast
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1 thought on “Logistics Wins Wars (and Projects)

  1. I’m still learning from you, but I’m making my way to the top as well. I certainly liked reading everything that is posted on your blog.Keep the tips coming. I enjoyed it!

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