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1 Evolving the EPMO Function Enterprise Program Management Tom Dadmun VP, Program Management Office ADTRAN

2 Purpose Share with you the evolution of the ADTRAN Program Management Office Expected Outcome Understanding the potential benefits of strategic focus applied across the Enterprise

3 The Network Access Company

4 Corporate Statistics FY2008 Revenue: $500 Million Large established Presence in Telecom Equipment Industry Employees: ~1,800 total Headquarters: Cummings Research Park, Huntsville, Alabama Sales office throughout the US In-house and outsourced manufacturing Long Term Financial Strength

5 Reengineering the Supply Chain Program Objective Re-define the existing business practices through the flawless execution of the basic principles of Total Supply Chain Management These basic principles will be the foundation on which the business will operate in achieving the new standards of World Class Excellence Basic Principles The customer is our #1 Priority Lets give them what they want when they want it! Inventory is a cost of doing business Lets make it affordable Velocity is the name of the game Lets eliminate non value added processes and touches World Class Performance through empowerment Lets unlock the true potential of our greatest asset…. The employee!

6 Major Reason For Project Failures Slide 5 A – No Identified Project Champion B – Funding Issues / Over Budget C – Lack of Senior Management Commitment D – Project Does Not Perform To Expectations

7 Senior Management Support Steering Committee President & COO Sr VP Manufacturing CIO END Sr VP & Gen Mgr CND Sr VP & Gen Mgr CFO VP Supply Chain Operations Extended Committee Program Manager IT Program Manager Formal Monthly Reviews Senior Management Commitment To Empower Task Force Funding, Resources, Mind Share & Accessibility Importance to Adtrans Future Growth and Profitability World Class Company, World Class Supply Chain, World Class Employees

8 Time Line Phase One Develop an As Is model to include the Good, the Bad and the Ugly Develop an End Vision with realistic interim stages Perform a Gap Analysis between the two models Phase Two Review & Prioritize projects to close the gaps Review priorities with Steering Committee Review impact & prioritization of other internal projects Execute tasks to close gaps in realistic interim stages Phase Three Review & Prioritize projects to reach End Vision with continuous improvement techniques Attain World Class status comparing Adtran to Best In Class comparable manufacturers TIMELINE 90 Day SprintSix - Nine Months Nine Months +

9 As is To Be

10 ADTRAN CarriersDistributorsVARsEnterprise SuppliersManufacturingDivisionsChannelsEnd Customer Ingram EN CN Distributors The current business infrastructure provides limited visibility & synchronization

11 ADTRAN CarriersDistributorsVARsEnterprise SuppliersManufacturingDivisionsChannelsEnd Customer Ingram EN CN Factory Planner Distributors

12 ADTRAN CarriersDistributorsVARsEnterprise SuppliersManufacturingDivisionsChannelsEnd Customer Ingram EN CN Supply Chain Planning Supply Collaboration Distributors

13 ADTRAN CarriersDistributorsVARsEnterprise SuppliersManufacturingDivisionsChannelsEnd Customer Ingram EN CN Supply Chain Planning Demand Planning Supply Collaboration Distributors

14 Transportation Mgt. & Optimization ADTRAN CarriersDistributorsVARsEnterprise SuppliersManufacturingDivisionsChannelsEnd Customer Ingram EN CN Supply Chain Planning Demand Planning Supply Collaboration Distributors Supply Chain Visibility

15 ADTRAN CarriersDistributorsVARsEnterprise SuppliersManufacturingDivisionsChannelsEnd Customer Ingram EN CN Supply Chain Planning Demand Planning Supply Collaboration Order Allocation & Promising Distributors Transportation Mgt. & Optimization Supply Chain Visibility

16 ADTRAN CarriersDistributorsVARsEnterprise SuppliersManufacturingDivisionsChannelsEnd Customer Ingram EN CN Supply Chain Planning Demand Planning Supply Collaboration Order Allocation & Promising Distributors Transportation Mgt. & Optimization Demand Collaboration Supply Chain Visibility

17 ADTRAN CarriersDistributorsVARsEnterprise SuppliersManufacturingDivisionsChannelsEnd Customer Ingram EN CN Supply Chain Planning Demand Planning Supply Collaboration Order Allocation & Promising Demand Collaboration Collaborative Sourcing Distributors Transportation Mgt. & Optimization Supply Chain Visibility

18 ADTRAN CarriersDistributorsVARsEnterprise SuppliersManufacturingDivisionsChannelsEnd Customer Ingram EN CN Supply Chain Planning Demand Planning Supply Collaboration Order Allocation & Promising Demand Collaboration Collaborative Sourcing Distributors Transportation Mgt. & Optimization Complete Supply Chain Visibility & Synchronization

19 Measuring Success Inventory Reduced 64% Order Responsiveness Reduced 14 Days to 2 Inventory Turns Increased 30% Cycle Time Reduced 34% Gross Margins Increased 37% Delivery Performance Increased –To Request 84% to 92% –To Promise 85% to 96% ~~BREAKTHROUGHS~~

20 Proof Point - Inventory Reduction

21 Expected Favorable Impacts Reduction in total responsiveness cycle time Days Days Total Cycle Time : Days1 – 5 Days Communicate / Negotiate with Supplier: Daily 24/7 Visibility1 – 5 DaysReport Review Process Time: Daily7 DaysRequirements Report Availability: Factory Planner / Supplier Collaboration BaaN MRPPlanning Process: Procurement Cycle Time Comparison

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23 Factory Planner Proof Points

24 Questions???? How do I Duplicate this Success? How do I get Knowledge Turns ?

25 Program Management Office Lets duplicate our process methodology model and develop ADTRANs

26 Project Management Builds Momentum Strategize Collaborate Anticipate React IT Councils PMOs Program Management Office PMO Governance Enterprise PMO Ad Hoc Projects Time Enterprise Architecture

27 EPMO Comes of Age React Event Level Projects ProjectOptimization Anticipate Department Level Projects Collaborate Cross Functional Cross FunctionalProjects ProjectIntegration Strategize Enterprise Enterprise Projects Projects ProgramCoordination

28 PMO Models PMOs are organized around 4 missions Mission Share Project Management Best Practices Compliance CoachAdvisorPlayerAuditor Mission Share Project Management Best Practices Mission Drive successful Project on time delivery Mission Facilitate Project Portfolio Optimization Tasks Success On BudgetOn TargetAlignment

29 Which Model Best Fits Your Culture? Slide 27 A – Coach B – Auditor C – Player D – Advisor E – None of the above

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31 Best Fit For Your PMO Organization Slide 28 A – IT B – Finance C – Operations D – Corporate CEO / COO E – Supply Chain Operations

32 Adtran PMO Vision Develop Scalable Systems, Processes and Solutions to enable Adtran management to achieve their goals.

33 PMO Mission Develop an architectural roadmap that allows the Company to grow Revenue & Profit and expand Global Markets To provide process methodologies for Strategic Visioning, Continuous Improvement, Problem Solving, and Management Training Establish and facilitate a governing body to review progress of EPMO managed programs Drive the Annual Business Planning Process

34 Enterprise Architecture ERP – System Backbone CRM – Customer Relationship Management SRM – Sales Relationship Management SCM – Supply Chain Management PLM – Product Lifecycle Management HRM – Human Resource Management BI – Business Intelligence

35 Success Breeds Success Project Management Training Seed the Organization with Project Managers COE – Develop Center of Excellence Proving Ground for Future Leaders

36 Questions & Answers Thank You!!!! Thomas L. Dadmun Office


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