No successful or thriving mainstream multinational is without its logistical support network.
And the network is usually quite far-reaching. It reaches out to and it rakes in a wide field of significant stakeholders until such time that a benevolent circle of trust has been created.
And it is within that circle that the company’s leaders are able to strategize and broaden its network still further. No government today can afford to be without a logistical services slidell la, statewide, countrywide or even locally. Locals may frown on such acts from time to time. But let’s face the facts.
They are thinking subjectively, easily forgetting that their mayor and his inner circle still have their best interests at heart. It may not always make sense to them and it may certainly not always look right. One great politician once hit the nail spot on when he declared to his subordinates that he would rather have his enemies inside of his tent ‘pissing out’ than outside, ‘pissing in’.
And it is generally not a good idea to be placed in that precarious position where you are always going against the tide. These subordinates, were they this great man’s trustees. Questions have been asked and arguments have been made, but as always, history bears this out. The evidence is there for all to see. It could very well be argued that perhaps this great man did not see eye to eye with having a proper logistical network in place.
It is how wars are fought. It is also how wars are won, and how they are lost too. No company or entity can expect to survive for long periods of time today without a coherent and effective logistics plan in place.