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Supply Chain Management PPT Template

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With effective supply chain management, you can align operational planning and create a seamless value-creation process. Present your supply chain management strategy with the help of our template and save your company money with an ideal distribution of resources across the supply chain.

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Content:
- an introduction to the Supply Chain Operations Reference model
- charts providing an overview of all entities of the supply chain
- roadmap to a market coefficient supply chain
- a diagram of the supply chain organization pyramid
- detailed representations of supply chain planning
- various forecasting, planning and decision-making models
- the role of communication technology in supply chain management
- an overview of the front and back-end information systems
- checklists for supply chain management implementation

Your benefits:
- ready-made PowerPoint slides
- increase efficiency in the value chain
- optimize the supply chain with various analysis tools
- realize cost savings with process adjustments
- present convincing supply chain management strategies

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Supply Chain Management PPT Template

  1. 1. PREMIUM POWERPOINT SLIDES Management Supply Chain
  2. 2. SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT POWERPOINT TEMPLATE
  3. 3. The best supply chains aren't just fast and cost-effective. They are also agile and adaptable, and they ensure that all their companies' interests stay aligned.” Hau L. Lee US Professor of Operations, Information and Technology in Harvard Business Review
  4. 4. DEFINTION Abbreviations SCM SCD SCP SCE Supply Chain Management SupplyChain Design SupplyChain Planning SupplyChain Execution
  5. 5. BASICS SCOR Model Supply Chain Operations Reference Model The SCOR model is a management tool that analyzes and evaluates the performance of supply chains. It provides a consistent structure for setting metrics, processes, best practices, staff skills and their networks. It also describes the entire value chain process, from suppliers to the end customer.
  6. 6. THE SCOR MODEL Supply Chain Operators The main processes are carried out by those involved in the supply chain: OPERATOR (SCM PROFILE) PLAN SOURCE MAKE DELIVER RETURN Customer Order Processor Product Launch Support Representative Material Planner Packer Order Picker Demand Planning Officer Receiving Officer Warehouse Officer Goods Transport Officer (internal; traffic) Goods Transport Officer (external: forwarding agent) …. Subdivisions Core Divisions
  7. 7. BASICS Supply Chain Management Overview – 1 DEVELOPMENT QUALITY MANAGEMENT CONTROLLING PURCHASING PRODUCTION PAYMENT SYSTEMS DISTRIBUTION MARKETING WAREHOUSING SALES SUPPLY CHAINMANAGEMENTNETWORK
  8. 8. BASICS Supply Chain Management Overview – 3 SUPPLIER (internal or external) SUPPLIER‘S SUPPLIER SUPPLIER‘S SUPPLIER CUSTOMER‘S CUSTOMER CUSTOMER YOUR COMPANY PLAN PLAN DELIVER RETURN SOURCERETURN MAKE DELIVER RETURN PLANSOURCE RETURN MAKE DELIVER RETURN SOURCE RETURN SOURCE RETURN MAKE DELIVER RETURN
  9. 9. BASICS A Supply Chain Process Cultivating relationships with strategic suppliers Integrating suppliers and consumers Goal: rapid market launch Accurate and adaptable production Maintaining quality standards Goal: fast service "One face to the customer" principle Informing about order processing status Identifying key customer markets Implementing joint programs Recycling flow of used products Determining production and material flow through customer demand Forecasting and stabilizing demands CUSTOMER CUSTOMER SERVICE ORDER PROCESSING PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT SOURCING NEEDS ASSESSMENT PRODUCTION PRODUCT RETURN RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT
  10. 10. BASICS Supply Chain Organization Pyramid QUALIFICATION LEVEL OPERATIONALLEVEL TACTICAL LEVEL STRATEGIC LEVEL Supply Chain Organization Sales and Operations Planning Inventory Management Human Resources Supply Chain Reporting and IT Inbound Logistics Production Planning and Scheduling Outbound Logistics Supply Chain Configuration
  11. 11. INTERNAL NETWORKING Benefits of Internal Networking Supply chain networking is developed both between company interfaces and within the company itself. This is reflected by an optimal flow of information and communication between EDP systems of different companies, and internally between each department such as Marketing, Development, Purchasing, Finance, or Production.
  12. 12. INTERNAL NETWORKING Marketing and Distribution The subsequent or downstream areas and their tasks can now be adjusted accordingly : Marketing and Distribution provide various ways to determine meaningful sales and production figures:  Demand pooling  Negotiations with suppliers  Agreement on framework conditions  Determination of a production schedule  Agreement on the production order sequence  Capacity planning  Transport capacity commitment  Agreement on the loading sequence  Route planning  Clear product description and documentation  Simple usability  Exchangeability of replacement parts  Prompt, round-the-clock service CUSTOMERSURVEYS,DIALOGUEWITH CUSTOMERS MARKETRESEARCH,COMPETITORANALYSIS ECONOMICAND INDUSTRYANALYSIS PURCHASING PRODUCTIONPLANNING TRANSPORTAND DISTRIBUTION CUSTOMERANDAFTER-SALES SERVICE
  13. 13.  The predetermined quality standards have an impact on product development and material selection.  Such standardization allows for additional cost savings in the development phase. INTERNAL NETWORKING Development and Quality Assurance
  14. 14. INTERNAL NETWORKING Purchasing and Distribution Purchasing is used to coordinate a networked supply chain. In the development of goods, it should guarantee that these products are available the purchasing market. Additionally, Purchasing must pay attention to quality assurance and take sales and sourcing into consideration. Inventory planning can relieve the strain on Purchasing when an accurate and early assessment is available.
  15. 15. INTERNAL NETWORKING Supplier Management Processes Decision-making Framework of Supplier Management Supplier identification Supplier limitation Supplier analysis Selection of suppliers Management of supplier relations Management of suppliers Supplier evaluation Purchasedproducts and supplier Sourcing strategy Corporate strategy
  16. 16. SUPPLY CHAIN PLANNING Definition Supply chain planning includes all functions of strategic, operational and tactical development. These contribute to improving the process execution of one or more companies in a networked supply chain. SALES CUSTOMER SERVICE INVENTORY ENGINEERING COMPANY NETWORK MATERIAL RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT MARKETING SUPPLY CHAIN PLANNING
  17. 17. INTEGRATIVE PLANNING Involving partners along the supply chain Integrating at least one first-tier supplier (a supplier who distributes directly to the manufacturer of a product ) and the customer Challenging everyone to expand to a multi-tier network OPTIMIZATION Defining and establishing target levels and limitations for planning problems Generating alternative solutions Implementing optimization methods SUPPLY CHAIN PLANNING Properties of Supply Chain Planning Methodology – 1 supplier Manufacturer trade Customer
  18. 18. Simplifies how optimal practices are determined through a transfer of knowledge that can be obtained in a how-to model Determines consequences if specific previous assumptions in models are true Predicts future development Explains the relationship between input und output in a complex system Determines the most appropriate solution when a previous criterion wasn‘t possible to meet DecisionModels ForecastModels PLANNING MODELS Forecast and Decision Models
  19. 19. DEMAND PLANNING NETWORKPLANNING PRODUCTION PLANNING DISTRIBUTION PLANNING SUPPLY PLANNING PLANNING MODEL Various Planning Models in Supply Chain Management Download at www.PresentationLoad.com
  20. 20. PLANNING MODELS Network Planning TASK: Mid to long-term capacity planning at the network level Improving demand requirements and accordingly, available capacities Inventory volume planning for all levels, as well as partners in the supply chain Production and resource planning of inbound and outbound logistics PLANNING LEVELAND HORIZON: Strategic Tactical RESPONSIBLE ORGANIZATIONAL UNITS: Production Management Corporate Logistics CHALLENGE: Procuring necessary and helpful information Handling uncertainty in supply chain Integrating different functions or supply chain partners in the preparation of the forecast Network Planning
  21. 21. PLANNING MODELS Network Planning MASTER PLAN FIRST-TIER-SUPPLIER PLANT1 PLANT3 PLANT2 REGIONAL WAREHOUSES SALES REGIONS LogisticscapacitiesstorageProductionfacilities coordinate
  22. 22. PLANNING MODELS Production Planning Conflict of interests IN productionplanning and control: Market objectives Highcost efficiency Highsupply readiness Low inventories Highcapacity utilization Highdelivery reliability Operational objectives
  23. 23. PLANNING MODELS Distribution Planning TARGET SYSTEMOF DISTRIBUTION PLANNING IMPLEMENTATION OF DISTRIBUTIONGOALS WITH MINIMAL COSTS FROM: Transport, Warehousing and Order Processing DELIVERY PERFORMANCE  Number of orders  Number of batches  Delivery weight  Supply volume DELIVERY SERVICE  Supply readiness  Availability rate  Delivery flexibility  Rush order rate  Time frame for order intake DELIVERY PERIOD  Average  Minimum  Maximum  Delivery frequency  Stock levels DELIVERY QUALITY  Average  Minimum  Maximum  Delivery frequency  Stock levels
  24. 24. INTERNET TECHNOLOGIES IN SCM Information and Communication Technologies Efficient information and communication technologies (ICT) facilitate the operation of supply chain management and should be implemented in companies. standardized communication technologies for data exchange front-end information systems for transaction processing back-end systems for cross-company planning, management and coordination of the logistics chain NN
  25. 25. WAN Wide Area Network LAN Local Area Network INTERNET Worldwide Network INTRANET Internal Network EXTRANET Extension of the corporate network to external business partners Communication technologies serve to safeguard the consistent transmission of a large amount of data not only within the corporation but between business associates as well. This is carried out over a data network. INTERNET TECHNOLOGIES IN SCM Standardized Communication Technologies
  26. 26. USER Customers, Suppliers, Public FRONT-END CONTACT PERSON CONTENT DATA ADMINISTRATORS Employees, Management, Contractors BACK-END „BEHIND THE SCENES“ CONTENT DATA INTERNET TECHNOLOGIES IN SCM Front and Back-End Information Systems INTERFACE Data Content DESIGN PROGRAMMING
  27. 27. INTERNET TECHNOLOGIES IN SCM Advantages of Digital Supply Chains Rapid Scale Intelligent Connected MANUFACTURER RETAILER Logistics Provider DISTRIBUTORCUSTOMER Supplier Talent Supply Chain Physical Supply Chain Financial Supply Chain Information Supply Chain
  28. 28. CHECKLISTS Is Supply Chain Management Needed For Your Business Process Chain? IS SUPPLYCHAINMANAGEMENT NEEDED FOR YOURBUSINESS PROCESS CHAIN? YES NO Are last-minute (delivery) orders accepted by Sales without verifying their feasibility? Is scheduled congestion management often practiced in Purchasing? Does Purchasing align its supplier policy exclusively to quoted prices? Are purchasing orders often done in a promptly manner with the same suppliers? Do you frequently have shortages despite having high inventory? Are last-minute changes often carried out in the production program? If you answered "yes" to most of these questions, consider familiarizing yourself with the concepts and demands of supply chain management.
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