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Supply Chain Management Training in Powerpoint | By ex-McKinsey Consultants

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Supply Chain Management Training created in Powerpoint by ex-McKinsey Consultants.

Training including the 5 phases of Supply Chain Management: 1.Supply Chain Strategy, 2.Demand & Supply Chain Planning, 3.Sourcing & Procurement, 4.Manufacturing, 5.Logistics & Distribution.

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Supply Chain Management Training in Powerpoint | By ex-McKinsey Consultants

  1. 1. 1 The 5 Phases of Supply Chain Management Created by ex Deloitte, BCG & McKinsey Consultants
  2. 2. 22 Aurelien Domont Slidebooks Consulting Managing Director Increase your skills and Organization’s Supply Chain Management capability Objectives of this document Impress your stakeholders with a world- class framework Be more productive & save hours of work
  3. 3. 33 Introduction Supply Chain Management is the optimization of the flow of materials, information and funds between and among all participating enterprises Supplier Factory Warehouse Distributor Customer Products Products Information Funds
  4. 4. 44 2.Demand & Supply Chain Planning 3.Sourcing & Procurement 4.Manufacturing 5.Logistics & Distribution 1.Supply Chain Strategy The Supply Chain Management process includes 5 phases:
  5. 5. 55 Zoom on Phase1: Supply Chain Strategy 2.Demand & Supply Chain Planning 3.Sourcing & Procurement 4.Manufacturing 5.Logistics & Distribution 1.Supply Chain Strategy
  6. 6. 66 Zoom on Phase1: Supply Chain Strategy 2.Demand & Supply Chain Planning 3.Sourcing & Procurement 4.Manufacturing 5.Logistics & Distribution 1.Supply Chain Strategy • Key steps & activities • Best Practices, Tips & Templates
  7. 7. 77 Defining a robust Supply Chain Strategy usually requires a 3 to 6 month Project The Project is often outsourced to a Consulting firm to avoid any conflict of interest The top 5 steps that the Consultants will have to carry out are: 1 Understand Current State 2 Gather Best Practices & Benchmarks 3 Develop Future State 4 Conduct Gap Analysis between the desired Future State & the Current State 5 Build a Roadmap to cross the bridge between the desired Future State & the Current State
  8. 8. 88 Each step requires a set of activities Zoom on Step 1 1.Understand Current State ❑ Identify key data which need to be collected ❑ Develop questionnaires ❑ Select key stakeholders who need to be interviewed ❑ Conduct interviews ❑ Leverage IT Systems to gather data ❑ Gain understanding and document current state ❑ Validate current state with the business
  9. 9. 99 Each step requires a set of activities Zoom on Step 2 2.Gather Best Practices & Benchmarks ❑ Identify relevant benchmarks and best practices that need to be gathered ❑ Gather and analyze relevant benchmarks and best practices ❑ Interview experts and gain industry-specific understanding
  10. 10. 1010 Each step requires a set of activities Zoom on Step 3 3.Develop Future State ❑ Develop a Supply Chain Management maturity model (see more details later in this presentation) ❑ Assess the Supply Chain Management maturity of the company ❑ Define the desired future state based on: ❑ The current state ❑ The gathered benchmarks and best practices ❑ The Supply Chain Management maturity of the company ❑ The Strategic Vision of the Company
  11. 11. 1111 Each step requires a set of activities Zoom on Step 4 4. Conduct Gap Analysis between the desired Future State & the Current State ❑ Compare the desired current state and future state ❑ Identify the potential initiatives that need to take place to go from the current state to the desired future state
  12. 12. 1212 Each step requires a set of activities Zoom on Step 5 5. Build a Roadmap to cross the bridge between the desired Future State & the Current State ❑ For all the potential initiatives that you identified in the previous step, create a small business case including: ▪ A slide with an explanation of how the initiative will help us to get closer from the target state ▪ A cost-benefit analysis ❑ Identify the initiatives to be prioritized ❑ Build a Roadmap including the prioritized initiatives and a clear timeline ❑ Implement effectively the initiatives ❑ Follow and measure the progress of the initiatives
  13. 13. 1313 Zoom on Phase1: Supply Chain Strategy 2.Demand & Supply Chain Planning 3.Sourcing & Procurement 4.Manufacturing 5.Logistics & Distribution 1.Supply Chain Strategy • Key steps & activities • Best Practices, Tips & Templates
  14. 14. 1414 Best Practices, Tips & Templates How to develop a Supply Chain Management maturity model? (1/2) Example of a Maturity model • Company-wide procurement strategy barely exists • Procurement strategy not communicated • Procurement not recognized as an actor of sourcing • Negotiations with suppliers is mainly based on price • Company-wide procurement strategy exists and is very comprehensive • Procurement strategy formally communicated with suppliers and across all the organization • Procurement recognized as leader of sourcing • Optimized customer service and cost performance through deep supplier relationships Basic Below average Average Advanced World-class Procurement Strategy Organization & Human resources Procurement Processes Technology Supplier relationship • Procurement is seen as a support function • Procurement is tactically focused • The procurement team primarily include low- skilled resources • Career paths are unclear • Procurement starts to be seen as a critical function within the Organization • Procurement starts to be more strategically driven • The procurement team starts to offer incentives to attract top talent with advanced education • Procurement sits at the table as a valued Partner • Procurement is strategically driven • The procurement team includes high-skilled resources with advanced education • Career paths are clearly defined with performance expectations at each level • Procurement includes most areas of corporate spending • Little or no formal processes • Operating units purchase without specific guidelines • No formal negotiation strategy set • Written processes known and mostly followed by employees • Operating units purchase with specific guidelines • Processes reviewed on an exception basis only • Ownership of processes not yet in a single & centralized location • Written processes known and followed by formally trained employees • Operating units purchase with specific guidelines, which are continually improved • Processes continually reviewed to ensure best practices are employed and available • Ownership of in a single & centralized location • No global procurement system • Manual and labor intensive systems • Primarily “hard copy” data utilized • Global procurement system but not always easy to use • IT procurement solutions identified, but most of them not implemented yet • Main focus is to automate transactions • Global procurement system that is intuitive to users • IT procurement solutions identified & implemented • Main focus is to automate interactions • A “Win-Lose” mindset adopted • Distrust of and adversarial relationships with suppliers • Lack of collaboration with suppliers • Negotiations with suppliers is mainly based on price • A “Win-Win” mindset starts to be increasingly adopted • Start to see more and more trusted relationships • Collaboration guidelines and objectives established • Supplier selection criteria includes cost, technology, deliverability, flexibility • A “Win-Win” mindset adopted • Collaboration agreements implemented and benefits realized • Strategic alliances with suppliers exist, sharing risk and opportunity • Suppliers viewed as a virtual extension of the organization • Company-wide procurement strategy exists but lack of comprehensiveness • Procurement strategy formally communicated with suppliers and some parts of the organization • Procurement recognized as an actor of sourcing • Negotiations with suppliers starts to be beyond price
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  16. 16. 1616 Best Practices, Tips & Templates How to develop a Supply Chain Management maturity model? (2/2) Example of a Maturity model Basic Below average Average Advanced World-class Procurement Strategy Organization & Human resources Procurement Processes Technology Supplier relationship Our companyMain competitor
  17. 17. 1717 Best Practices, Tips & Templates How to create a Business case? (1/2) Business Case’s goal and objectives The Business case’s goal is to complete a rigorous analysis of a potential project to facilitate the decision on whether the project should be undertaken The business case is a differential analysis that makes a comparison between the current state (As-Is) and the target state as a result of the project (To-Be) Goal Determine the potential value and value drivers of the project Define the costs and expected benefits of the project Determine if the project support the overall business strategy Define the time-phased net cash flow impact, return on investment and payback period of the project Objectives
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