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Supply Chain Management Implementation Strategies
Ebenezer Asare, Student (University), Ghana, Member
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  Supply Chain Management Execution
Shams Quamar, Analyst, Member
  Execution of SCM can offer remarkable value to companies that believe in the smooth planning and execution of correlated operations to realize long-term productivity and sustain a solid competive edge. SCM is a process from managing raw materials to finished goods to distribution of goods.
In other words, it is a system of conveniences and dispersion alternatives that executes the functions of obtainment of raw materials; conversion of these raw materials into semi finished and finished commodities, and then followed by dispersion of these finished commodities to buyers and consumers.

  A Pragmatic Approach for Implementing Supply Chain
Ryelandt Jean, Business Consultant, Belgium, Member
  In order to implement the most appropriate supply chain into your company, you need first to start from the main strategy of the company (first issue: how many companies do not have real and complete strategy?).
It is important to be aligned with that global strategy, otherwise you will miss your mission as a Supply Chain Manager.
From the global strategy you need to translate that into an operational strategy in order you will be able to understand what you have to focus on.
For that purpose I like Frédéric Fréry's methodology to develop the company strategy. That method called VIP drives the discussion and the development of the strategy through a cycle considering the VALUE the company will produce, the PERIMETER of the company (internal and external competencies) and the risk of IMITATION (capability of the competitor to get the same offer). I like that method because it raises the good questions within a Supply Chain perpective:
  • Value? ⇒ Priorities, what is your value proposal? How are you going to create value beyond costs in order to make profits? What is your business model?
  • Perimeter? ⇒ What internal competences need to be developed, on which market are you going to implement your value proposal? What are going to be the scope and the positioning of your company? What are you going to in-source and out-source?
  • Imitation? ⇒ Can your value proposal resist imitation from competitors? How do you differentiate? What is your competitive advantage?

   
Supply Chain and Quality Management
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Methods for Analyzing a Supply Chain
Calculation of the Inventory Cost in a Supply Chain
🔥Fill Loss Analysis
Best Practices
🥇Why does Supply Chain Management have such a Low Profile?
🥈Ethical Supply Chain Managemant
Supply Chain Management Implementation Strategies
Core Elements of the Supply Chain?
What is Service Management?
What is Trade Finance?
Impact of Climate Change on Logistic Management?
Can Wal-Mart SCM Model be Exported?
Typical Enablers of Supply Chain Management
Operations Management
Typical Barriers of Supply Chain Management
Supply Chain Management versus Logistics
Quality Philosophies & Approaches
Influence of EDI, JIT, etc on SC Trust
The 5 R's of Supply Chain Management
Dealing with Conflict Minerals in the Supply Chain
Advantages and Disadvantages of Supply Chain Management
Types of Logistics Strategies? Classifications
How to Create a Logistics or Supply Chain Management Vision?
It is is Not the Strongest that Survives in Supply Chain Management
The Big five Metrics for Operations: QCDSM
Integrated Supply Chain Concepts: Theory Versus Reality
Supply Chain Mapping Methods and Software
Typical Supply Chain Management Challenges
Typical Supply Chain Management Opportunities
Why is Supply Chain Management Important?
When is Supply Chain Management More Important? Under what Circumstances?
Organizational Network versus Supply Chain
Supply Chain Operations Reference Model (SCOR Model)


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