Developing a Supply Chain Management Strategy by cwc14199

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									   Developing a
   Supply Chain
Management Strategy


                    Thomas I. Schoenfeldt
                             Redford, MI
     (c) Schoenfeldt Services, Inc., 2008
   First Tool

Supply Chain
Maturity Model

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                          Level 5 – Entire chain Integration




                  Level 4 – Two levels of Integration




           Level 3 – One level of
           integration/Partnership


    Level 2 – Internal Integration




Level 1 – Independent companies
                   (c) Schoenfeldt Services, Inc., 2008
           Level One Model




Research   Man              Sales                  Accoun
and        age              and                              Engin
                                                   ting
Develop-
           men              Market-                          eerin
ment                                               Finance
           t                ing                              g




                 (c) Schoenfeldt Services, Inc., 2008
                                              Level 5 – Entire chain Integration




                                   Level 4 – Two levels of Integration




                   Level 3 – One level of integration/Partnership




         Level 2 – Internal Integration


Level 1 – Independent companies



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            Level Two Model
          The Old Selling Model

• Top Management                              • Top Management
• Marketing                                         • Marketing
• Logistics         Sales           Purchasing        • Logistics
• Finance/                                            • Finance/
  Accounting                                          Accounting
• IS/IT                                                  • IS/IT




                   (c) Schoenfeldt Services, Inc., 2008
                                                     Level 5 – Entire chain Integration




                                          Level 4 – Two levels of Integration




                       Level 3 – One level of
                       integration/Partnership
         Level 2 – Internal Integration




Level 1 – Independent companies



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        Level Three Model


   Top Management         ·      •   Top Management
         Marketing        ·      •   Marketing
          Logistics       ·      •   Logistics
Finance/ Accounting       ·      •   Finance/ Accounting
              IS/IT       ·      •   IS/IT




              (c) Schoenfeldt Services, Inc., 2008
                                                   Level 5 – Entire chain Integration




                                          Level 4 – Two levels of
                                          Integration
                       Level 3 – One level of integration/Partnership




         Level 2 – Internal Integration




Level 1 – Independent companies



                                          (c) Schoenfeldt Services, Inc., 2008
      Level Four Model




                                                                                 Finance/Accounting
                       Top Management
                                                Marketing
                                                                 Logistics


                                                                                                            IS/IT
  Top Management                                                                                                       Top Management
        Marketing                                                                                                      Marketing
         Logistics                                                                                                     Logistics
Finance/Accounting                                                                                                     Finance/Accounting
             IS/IT                                                                                                     IS/IT
                     IS/IT
                                        Finance/Accounting
                                                             Logistics
                                                                             Marketing
                                                                                                      Top Management




              (c) Schoenfeldt Services, Inc., 2008
                                                     Level 5 – Entire chain
                                                     Integration
                                          Level 4 – Two levels of Integration




                       Level 3 – One level of integration/Partnership




         Level 2 – Internal Integration




Level 1 – Independent companies



                                          (c) Schoenfeldt Services, Inc., 2008
                 Level Five Model
               Top Management          Top Management
                      Marketing        Marketing
                        Logistics      Logistics
            Finance/Accounting         Finance/Accounting
                             IS/IT     IS/IT             Top Management
Top Management
                                                                   Marketing
Marketing
                                                                    Logistics
Logistics
                                                      Finance/Accounting
Finance/Accounting
                                                                       IS/IT
IS/IT
                 Top Management             Top Management

                 Marketing                          Marketing

                 Logistics                           Logistics

                 Finance/Accounting Finance/Accounting
                 IS/IT (c) Schoenfeldt Services, Inc., 2008IS/IT
                        Level 5 – Entire chain
                        Integration

               Level 4 – Two levels of
               Integration

         Level 3 – One level of
         integration/Partnership

    Level 2 – Internal Integration


Level 1 – Independent companies
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Second Tool

 Mission
Statement
Supply Chain Inclusive
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Mission Statement should include:

   Customers
    Suppliers
              Quality
              

             Delivery
                   Environment

                     Employees
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               Customers
How are customers viewed by the organization?



How is the condition of the part of our
  customer’s business that we are involved in?




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          Customers Cont’d
What type of relationship do we want to have
  with the customers?



How are the customers going to be monitored?




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                 Suppliers
What type of relationship will the organization
  have with the supplier?

How will the supplier be monitored and
  rewarded?

How are suppliers viewed by the organization?

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            Suppliers Cont’d
How will the supplier’s business impact this
  organization’s business?



How are suppliers identified and selected?




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                     Quality
What measures might be used for quality for the
  customer and from the supplier?

How will continuous improvement happen in
  this supply chain?

Who will be involved in the decision making
  process?
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             Quality Cont’d
Are the requirements clear to the supplier and is
   the supplier capable?



Am I causing extra processing to be done by the
  supplier that I really do not need?



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                   Delivery
Are the delivery requirements made clear to the
   supplier?



How will interactions dealing with deliveries be
  handled?



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             Delivery Cont’d
Will there be penalties for late or missed
   deliveries? How will these be handled?



What are the benefits of early deliveries?




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              Environment
How does this company deal with environmental
 issues and what are your expectations?




Are the environmental expectations
 communicated to the supplier clearly?

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         Environment Cont’d


Will a supplier be penalized for environmental
 issues?




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                Employees
How will employees interact with members of
  the supply chain?



What responsibility and authority will the
  employees have?



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          Employees Cont’d
Will the supplier’s employees be empowered the
   same way?




Are the expectations communicated clearly to
   the employees?

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