A Supply Chain that goes from the start to the end of a business model will have numerous links and chains. All these links are individual entities that require micromanagement at their levels. Their combined sum forms the Supply Chain network, and they must work in tandem to be effective.
However, having so many links leads to intricate and complex management problems that need to be addressed effectively. Supply Chains are not a single highway from start to finish, but an elaborate freerunning course. Each part of the network runs at distinct paces, has different functions, and requires varying degrees of attention.