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Creating Supply Advantages Chapter 2 pages 46-59 Richard Herman Georgeann Tynyk Michael Verti
Effective supply chain Management optimizes People & Technology Sourcing Supplier Mgmt & Development Day-to Day Purchasing Performance MgmtInformation Mgmt Human Resource Mgmt P&S Strategy Organization House of Purchasing & Supply Framework
Matching the right people with the right job across the supply chain adds value Issues: Buy-in from outside traditional purchasing functions. Opportunities: Education, cross functional skills, communication, incentive structures linked to corporate strategy Implications: Less supplier turnover, increased productivity, quality and ROI.
IT facilitates the collection and transparency of data, providing competitive advantages Issues: Cost, uniformity of technology, security Opportunities: Two-way learning, efficiencies, breaks down barriers, resource identification Implications: reduce design development time, faster time to market, reduce barriers to education
Challenges Going Forward Reduction of direct control Increased responsibility for non-traditional roles Collection paralysis Ignoring implications downstream Applying Leadership Practices Identify Procurement leadership benchmarks Identify poor practices Size the opportunity Map the plan of attack