Marginal Gains in Sports – its relevance to managing commodity supply chains and the intelligent use of technology

The concept of identifying and delivering cumulative marginal gains as a winning strategy in sport was popularised by the Sky Cycling Team, under the management of Sir Dave Brailsford. The exceptional and sustained success of both Sky in the Tour de France / Grand Tours and Team GB Cycling in recent Olympics was built upon delivering small marginal gains in every aspect of a cyclist’s performance and the equipment used to deliver it. It is the sum of these marginal gains that provides the winning edge rather than any single “silver bullet” improvement in one factor. Source: Generation 10 – Marginal Gains in Sports – its relevance to managing commodity supply chains and the intelligent use of technology

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