Bullwhip Effect

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Also known as “Whiplash Effect” it is an observed phenomenon in forecast-driven distribution channels. The oscillating demand magnification upstream a supply chain is reminiscent of a cracking whip. The concept has its roots in J Forrester's Industrial Dynamics (1961) and thus it is also known as the Forrester Effect.

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