The markets in fashion industry involve synonymous perspectives related directly to dynamic changes which results in success commercials or failures in the markets that have been determined through their flexibility and their ability to response on time (Brun et al 2008). The characterization of responsiveness is through shorter time taken for marketing, ability of scaling upwards in a rapid manner and involving the preferences of customers within the process of design.
The operations in the warehouse often confront with increasing complex relationships in between the factors of performance. Intricacy of growth and prices are main issues for the fashion industry as it involves short product life cycles, seasons and demand volatility requiring effective operations of warehouse. The managers in the store also do not have an awareness about the distribution center inventory because adequate information is not present with them. There have been several organizations such Zara which have faced influences of supply chain management on new product development. However, understanding the issue will only come from the sources of speculation and the influences that supply chain actually has to understand if its negative or not.
However, this research paper will analyze the fact that the fashion organization involves structures that are conventional and supply chain is driven by forecast leading towards barriers in success and turbulent demand typifying the new products developed in the fashion market. The recommendation in this research will help in understanding the need to create agility in fashion organizations to embed in the agile chain of supply. The significance of this research to the course also lies in gaining better grasp of the main fashion organization component in terms of success, known as Supply chain management in order to bring a change.