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Make the Supply Chain more agile to respond in real time to consumer demands

The Darwin 4.0 Project

The finding

Customer requests are becoming more volatile and instantaneous every day . L'Oréal and the cosmetics industry have become aware of the impact of these behavioral changes on their entire organization, particulary on the supply chain: it is necessary to transform work habits and processes to adapt them to these new contexts and challenges. 

L'Oréal Operations approached Saegus with a challenge: How to streamline the supply chain between L'Oréal factories and their packaging partners thanks to "plug & play" solutions?
Concretely, how was the AIM model applied?

1 - ENGAGE 
Identify a common objective for L'Oréal factories and partners and encourage collaboration from the start of the project


2 - DISCOVER
Understand the reality on the ground by immersing the different factories and identify impact areas by retracing the experiences of key players

3 - EXPLORE 
Co-create high-impact innovative solutions by involving stakeholders, group them into projects prioritized by desirability, feasibility and viability


4 - PROTOTYPING & TESTING 
Make the jointly created solutions tangible, experiment them directly with end users, improve them and readapt them in stride

Some numbers

9

factory immersions in 5 countries

4

strategic packaging suppliers involved as well as 3 L'Oréal divisions engaged

136

solutions co-created by 30 participants during 2 days of ideation

6

projects created including 3 quick-wins in development

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