Supply Chain Excellence: A Handbook for Dramatic Improvement Using the SCOR Model

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AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn, 2003 - Business & Economics - 278 pages
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"The Supply Chain Council (SCC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to developing best practices in supply chain management. But until now, there have been no books available based on these preferred techniques. Supply Chain Excellence gives professionals implementing new supply chain projects a clear, step-by-step guide to adopting the accepted and proven methodologies developed by the SCC. This book uses the council’s Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) Model, showing readers how they can:

* align strategy, material, workflow and information

* conduct the proper competitive analysis to define business opportunity

* establish the metrics that will determine the project’s level of success

* gain internal support by educating employees and executives

Using a unique SCOR Project Roadmap, Supply Chain Excellenceis an instruction manual for achieving supply chain success."

 

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Contents

About the Supply Chain Operations Reference Model
1
The SCOR Framework
2
The SCOR Project Roadmap
4
Applying the SCOR Project Roadmap
5
The Value of a SCOR Initiative
9
Building Organizational Support for Supply Chain Improvement
10
The Evangelist
12
The Active Executive Sponsor
16
Week Nine Opportunity Summaries Initiating TO BE Material Flow and Steering Team Review Number Four
132
Completing the Opportunity Analysis
135
Initiating TO BE Material Flow
141
Conducting Steering Team Review Number Four
143
Week Ten TO BE Material Flow
144
Identifying Changes and Initiating TO BE Models
145
Refining TO BE Models and Initiating QuickHit Plans
147
Week Eleven QuickHit Plans Steering Team Review Number Five and Initiating the Work and Information Flow Analysis
151

Establishing Core Team BuyIn
20
DISCOVER THE OPPORTUNITY
23
Planning and Organizing
25
The Project Charter
41
Kickoff Preparation
43
ANALYZE BASIS OF COMPETITION
45
Week Two Project Kickoff and SCOR Metrics
47
Reviewing a Balanced Set of Supply Chain Metrics
49
Defining Metrics and Benchmarks
54
Week Three Benchmarks Competitive Requirements and Steering Team Review Number One
60
Competitive Requirements Analysis
68
Preparing For Steering Team Review Number One
71
Week Four SCORcards
73
The Gap Analysis
78
DESIGN MATERIAL FLOW
83
Week Five Initiating AS IS Material Flow and Steering Team Review Number Two
85
Design Material Flow
87
Initiating AS IS Material Flow
88
About The SCOR Level Two Process Types
89
Geographic Maps
96
Location Level Two Processes
99
Week Six The AS IS Material Flow Performance Summary
101
Reviewing the Material Flow Performance Summary and Refining Geographic Maps
102
Planning For Disconnect Analysis
111
Week Seven Material Flow Disconnect Analysis and Steering Team Review Number Three
112
Planning the Brainstorm Session
113
Conducting the Brainstorm Session
115
The Fishbone Analysis
120
Conducting Steering Team Review Number Three
123
Week Eight The Disconnect and Opportunity Analysis
124
Reviewing and Refining the Fishbone Analysis
125
Initiating the Opportunity Analysis
126
Reviewing and Refining QuickHit MiniCharters
152
Initiating AS IS Work and Information Flow
153
Planning the Staple Yourself Analysis
155
Conducting Steering Team Review Number Five
158
WORK AND INFORMATION FLOW ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
159
Week Twelve The Staple Yourself Analysis
161
The Staple Yourself Kickoff and Analysis
162
Week Thirteen The AS IS Swim Diagram and Steering Team Review Number Six
167
Conducting Steering Team Review Number Six
174
Week Fourteen The AS IS Productivity Summary
176
Initiating TO BE Work and Information Flow
179
The Baseline Business Blueprint Education
180
Week Fifteen The TO BE Work and Information Flow Blueprint and Steering Team Review Number Seven
185
Reviewing the SCOR Level Three Baseline Blueprint
186
Adjusting Swim Lanes
189
Identifying Transaction Examples
191
Conducting Steering Team Review Number Seven
192
Week Sixteen The TO BE Summary and Project Portfolio
194
Establishing the Overall Project Portfolio and Initiating the Returnon Investment Analysis
199
Week Seventeen Implementation Planning and Steering Team Review Number Eight
204
Fowlers Project Portfolio and Projected Return on Investment
205
The Final Steering Team Review
207
The Roles of Change
208
Focus
210
SCOR Model Overview
211
Fowlers Business Context Summary
235
Fowlers Supply Chain Improvement Project Charter
244
Partial List of SCOR Model Leading Practices Sorted by Business Area
257
SCOR Version 50 Quick Reference Guide
263
SCOR and Six Sigma DMAIC Comparison
268
Index
273
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About the author (2003)

Peter Bolstorff (Minneapolis, MN) is an internationally recognized executive supply chain consultant and professional contributor to Supply Chain Technology News. Robert Rosenbaum (Cleveland, OH) Publishing Director, American Machinist and Welding Magazine, published by Penton Media.

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