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SCM 300 Module 2 Study Guide

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SCM 300 Module 2 Study Guide SCM 300

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Supply Chain Management
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SCM 300 MODULE 01 Study Packet Module 01 Intro to Supply Chain Management This module provides descriptions of some of the key concepts that will be covered in SCM 300 The course will cover Supply Chain Management Operations and Process Management Supply Chain Management includes purchasing operations and logistics A few traditional Operations Management topics will be studied in detail This module is also intended to illustrate SCM 300 s framework and introduce the key terms that will be used throughout the semester Supply Chain Management SCM The effective and efficient integration of the suppliers manufacturers transportation organizations as well as the other parties responsible for collectively bringing products and services to market Procurement The branch of an organization responsible for acquiring materials equipment products and services purchasing Operations The branch of the supply chain responsible for making business processes effective and efficient In essence operations seek to help the organization create high quality products andor services using the fewest resources possible Consistently looking for news ways things can be done Logistics The branch of the supply chain responsible for developing the transportation itinerary and finding the appropriate transpiration and storage partners to successfully navigate the flow of materials from the point of origin to the final destination Time speed flexibility important factors Reverse Logistics The management of products and packaging that flow backward in the supply chai away from the consumer and back in the direction of manufacturers Returns to a store An important reminder to be accurate the first time Global SCM When suppliers manufacturers transportation companies warehouse and distribution centers retailers and other supply chain partners span across multiple countries and or continents May offer competitive advantage and complicating circumstances some parts of the world may be cheaper to make something ect Anatomy Supply chain is like the muscles and bones They get things make things and move things In order to build a better supply chain one needs to know its parts how those parts interact and the key supply chain terminology required to understand how supply chains function tsttier A company s direct supplier A firm that directly provides goods andor services to a company 2quotdtier suppliers A firm that provides goods andor services to a company s first tier supplier Upstream Direction from customers to suppliers returning things returning empty boxes at the retail level to the distributor for reuse Downstream In the supply chain illustration downstream is to the right Executives who work in downstream find way to get the product or service to a customer in an effective and efficient manner Three SCM Flows In order for the supply chain to function and develop three things must continually flow Materials money and information Business Model A company s plan for how it will purchase items transform them deliver them and sell them in efforts to produce a profit Amazon vs a general bookstore Same business field but completely differet models on how to deliver the service and product Help define the supply chain therefore SCManagers must understand their importance Copying or adapting business models razors and blades SCM 300 MODULE 01 Study Packet Supply Chain visibility The ability to see what is happening with inventory up and down a chain the bridge example Sports Hierarchy of objectives win ect defend as team score as individual ect SCmanagers are only part of a team part of a company Profit may be ultimate goal but profit is a product of design marketing investment employees items sold stolen ect Profit and ROl s relationship to SCM Profit Revenue cost profit Supply chain plays both a role in revenue and cost ROI An economic measure that helps evaluate the return of an investment Ratio of total profittotal invest money SCManagers help companies maximize their ROI Competitive priorities cost quality speed and flexibility Ex Fast food vs restaurant Cost materials energy wages transportation Quality Design reliability Speed Delivery on time Flex customization Core competencies The primary advantage a company has over its competitors Typically a core competency would be difficult if not impossible to replicate Productivity vs Value Value Ratio of output purchased divided by imputs used to purchase the product or service Customers seek value Value can be increased by giving the customer more for the same price or by giving the same amount at a lower price What do get divided by what is the price Productivity The ratio of outputs to inputs From a manufacturing perspective companies seek to maximize the amount of outputs that can be produced and delivered to market while minimizing the required inputs What did I make Divided by what was the cost Primary Supply Chain Goals Effectiveness efficiency and adaptability To make high quality products and services in a timely fashion that meets the needs of the customer To do this in a way that utilizes minal reosurces Ability to adapt to the changing desires f the market Effectiveness Are we getting the job done Efficient Are we working too hard Spending too much money Adaptable Can we deal with change Are we flexible Seven types of waste 0 Defects Poorly manufactured products are garbage Overproduction Making products no one needs is a waste of time money and effort 0 Transportation Moving products does not improve them in fact it increases the possibility of theft damage andloss 0 Motion If employees move too much in a supply chain they could get tired injured they may be wasting time 0 Inventory Items on shelf are not providing an immediate return and they could get list broken or stolen 0 Overprocessing Doing work that is unnecessary or undesired is a waste It should be noted that often decreasing one of the seven may increase another Great movie scenes Keys to being a successful SC Manager Supply chains strive to do three things on a daily basis Satisfy the needs of the customer SCM 300 MODULE 01 Study Packet Satisfy the need of the company 0 Be prepared for the future SC Strategy includes 0 An understanding the productservice and the market s desires 0 Developing a business model 0 Organizing the right group of supply chain partners SC Tools Supply chain metrics what define a successful chain for a company Information technology tools Knowing what is happening in a global supply chain at any given moment requires information technology tools that can collect organize and report data to supply chain managers Relationship management skills Financial resources motivating employees and suppliers investing in technology to help companie track info and produce better products Organizational integration Customers are identifies products desighned financial plans developed products are advertised Also be sure to read all introductory sections Sandwich Anatomy etc Supply Chain Management What is SCM Slides 0204 1518 2122 0 Supply Chain Management 0 The efficient integration of suppliers transporters manufacturers warehouses retailers and all other parties associated with the delivery of the final product The goals are to achieve goals cost speed quality efficient execution get things done right but with minimal effort and resources and manage resources people materials machines Supply chain management you are only as strong as your weakest link 0 Operations Management design operation and improvement of production systems that efficiently transform INPUTS into finished goods and services maximizing productivity process management plant management capacity planning scheduling jobspeople waiting line management process improvement projects 0 Logistics the coordinated planning and execution pf the following 0 Preparation of packaged product 0 Movement itinerary 0 Storage itinerary 0 product distribution 0 Reverse logistics Procurement The process of obtaining services supplies and equipment in conformance with corporate regualtions supplier selection purchasing negotiations managing supplier relationships materialsinventory management 0 3 flows 0 Be able to explain slides 2 14 18 0 Supply chain visibility Corporations Goals and Terminology Slides 0413 2021 Primary goals of a business and Ties to SCM o Sustain long term profits and maximize ROI How can this be achieved ROI formula Profit formula profit revenuecost increase revenue provide customer value control costs increase productivity eliminate waste Develop core competencies primary skill or knowledge difficult to learn copy aquire Core competencies Competitive Priorities cost quality spedtime flexibility when yoi buy a bottle of water don t just consider the ater consider the bottle label cap labor ect Productivity Value Seven types of organizational waste Business Models Strategy and Management Slides 19 22 0 Understand concepts expressed in Slide 19 and Slide 22 0 Research and planning who what where how much Marketing identify markets understand needsdesires 0 design develop product or service to fill needs develop the appropriate business model 0 SCM Plan build and organize the required supply chain Schedule mesure improve and adapt in pursuit of perfection Buy make and move materials toward customer Assist in selling product Service support repairs maintenance and returns 0 Maximizing value beyond date of sale Goals satisfy customer creat value by creating desire competitive priority mix Satisfy company max productivity eliminate wate contribute to profits Consider frture be responsive to change 0 Strategy plan for customer business mdel buy make move sell sevice adapt and improve Managements needs performance metrics Understanding Module 01 These questions are intended to help you see if you understand how this module s topics all tie together 1The textbook indicates quoteffective supply chain management relies on high levels of trust cooperation collaboration and honest accurate communicationsquot Briefly explain what this means and why it is true 2 Provide three problems retail consumers encounter that can be blamed on an ineffective andor inefficient supply chain What in the supply chain could cause these problems to occur 3 Think of a company Relate everything in this module to that company Define the business model Consider supply chain requirements Etc


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