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									SUPPLY CHAIN OPERATIONS REFERENCE (SCOR) MODEL CONCEPT AND APPLICATION

The Supply-Chain Operations Reference-model (SCOR) has been developed by the Supply-Chain Council
to describe the business activities associated with all phases of satisfying a customer’s demand. The Model
itself contains several sections and is organized around the five primary management processes of PLAN,
SOURCE, MAKE, DELIVER, and RETURN. By describing supply chains using these process building
blocks, the Model can be used to describe supply chains that are very simple or very complex using a
common set of definitions. As a result, disparate industries can be linked to describe the depth and breadth
of virtually any supply chain. The Model has been able to successfully describe and provide a basis for
supply chain improvement for global projects as well as site-specific projects. DoD has adopted the SCOR
model as a preferred method for supply chain analysis.


The workshop details the SCOR-model with particular emphasis on metrics, reviews implementation
strategy, and uses a business case study to provide attendees with actual practice.


DAY 1

0830 – 0900       Introductions and Workshop Overview

0900 – 1130       SCC/SCOR Overview

1130 – 1200       Process Modeling using the SCOR Model

1200 – 1300       Lunch

1300 – 1530       SCOR Metrics

1530 – 1630       SCOR Competitive Analysis

1630 – 1700       Summary Discussion/Wrap-Up Overview of Day 2


DAY 2

0830 – 0845       Day 2 Overview/Q&A from Day 1

0845 – 1000       Introduction to Alpha—the Workshop Business Case

1000 – 1100       Process Modeling of Alpha using the SCOR Model

1100 – 1200       SCOR Competitive Analysis of Alpha

1200 – 1300       Lunch

1300 – 1530       Implementing SCOR

1630 – 1700       Workshop Summary and Discussion

								
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