Explain the levels of logistics decisions and determine which decisions P&G considered in the face of disaster.
There are three levels for logistics decision: strategic, tactical, and operational. Strategic planning involves deciding and developing strategic plans to achieve strategic objectives, and they involve technology decisions, capacity decisions of amount, timing, type, and facilities decisions. Tactical planning is done at the middle management level, mainly involving resource acquisitions and utilization to achieve the organizational goals. Tactical plans cover shorter time frames and are associated with less uncertainty and lower risk than strategic planning. Operational planning decisions are taken at the bottom level of management, and these are routine decisions. These plans are prepared to establish actions necessary for achieving operational goals. P&’s applies strategic planning in times of disaster, majorly incorporating other decisions to ensure easy business flow. P&G's management level uses strategic decisions in the environment of uncertainty and risk. All the strategic level planning is always associated with risk, and it is used in some futuristic assumption.
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