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Communicating the Value of SCM to Your CEO

Only PDF Version Available Discover how you can communicate the value of supply chain management (SCM) to your CEO with CSCMP’s new research book. Communicating the Value of Supply Chain Management to Your CEO will help professionals educate C-level executives (CXOs) about the important role that logistics and SCM play in overall operations, and how their company’s success largely depends on supply chain excellence. Helping your CXOs better understand supply chain management is critical to your success and to your company’s, as these are the individuals who map the strategic direction of your organization and determine how resources will be expended.   
Date:
April 15, 2006
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24
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CSCMP Suggested Minimum Supply Chain Benchmarking Standards

The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals is dedicated to developing, advancing, and disseminating supply chain knowledge. During our research for the CSCMP Supply Chain Process Standards it became apparent that there was a lack of free and accurate cross-industry benchmarking data available to supply chain practitioners. CSCMP, in an attempt to fill this gap, is making available the suggested minimum process benchmarking data excerpted from the popular CSCMP Supply Chain Process Standards, Second Edition.
Date:
February 10, 2010
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64
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Designing the "Right" SCM Organizational Structure

This publication defines and describes important aspects of organizational design decisions, and compares the strengths and weaknesses of specific organizational reporting structures. As part of this comparison, organizational design decisions are also examined through an analysis of data collected from a survey of 292 firms. Further, the research examines financial performance associated with different structural approaches.Authors: Dr. Morgan Swink, Professor and Eli Broad Legacy Fellow, Operations and Supply Chain Management, Eli Broad College of Business, Michigan State University; Dr. Judith Whipple, Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management, Eli Broad College of Business, Michigan State University; Mr. Joseph Roh, Doctoral Candidate, Supply Chain Management, Eli Broad College of Business Michigan State University; and Dr. Virpi Turkulainen, Senior Lecturer, Department of Industrial Management, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
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Organizing Supply Chains in a Time of Change

Although supply chain management has evolved over the past several decades, it faces perhaps its greatest evolution in the coming years as firms continue to address the challenges and opportunities of globalization in an ever-changing and highly competitive marketplace. As firms begin to better recognize the potential for supply chain management’s contribution to overall competitive advantage, supply chain management has gained more prominence at the corporate table. This research effort is focused on understanding how leading firms are shaping their supply chain organizations to respond to changing business conditions, as well as to contribute to the firm’s strategy. The research examines two elements of supply chain organizations: reporting structures and coordinating structures. Reporting structures are the formal reporting relationships that illustrate where the control of supply chain functions reside and what functional responsibilities are under the authority of the supply chain management organization (SCMO). Reporting structures represent the vertical configuration of the firm’s functional activities. Coordinating structures are the mechanisms that firms use to cross responsibilities, functions, and vertical lines of authority. In this sense, coordination structures are the lateral activities that enable the firm to accomplish supply chain tasks. (soft cover)Authors: Dr. Morgan Swink, Professor and Eli Broad Legacy Fellow, Operations and Supply ChainManagement, Eli Broad College of Business, Michigan State University; Dr. Judith Whipple, Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management, Eli Broad College of Business, Michigan State University; Mr. Joseph Roh, Doctoral Candidate, Supply Chain Management, Eli Broad College of Business Michigan State University; and Dr. Virpi Turkulainen, Senior Lecturer, Department of Industrial Management, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
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SCM Talent Development: The Acquire Process

By:Brian Gibson, Auburn University; Zac Williams, Central Michigan University; Sean Goffnett, Central Michigan University; and Robert Cook, Central Michigan University.At a time when SCM is gaining stature within the organization, many organizations face a critical supply chain talent void due to years of headcount reduction, training budget cuts, and the retirement of highly skilled individuals. Supply chain leaders must address this talent gap by assembling a team of talented professionals with skills that are core to the organization’s SCM mission. This can be achieved through the ongoing strategic talent acquisition process discussed in this publication: The Acquire Process.A preview version of the Supply Chain Management Talent Development: The Acquire Process publication includes the table of contents and introduction.
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SCM Talent Development: The Advance Process

By:Brian Gibson, Auburn University; Zac Williams, Central Michigan University; Sean Goffnett, Central Michigan University; and Robert Cook, Central Michigan University.A proactive response is needed to stretch the capabilities and foster the retention of supply chain professionals. SCM Talent Development: The Advance Process highlights essential elements, strategies, and innovative practices of a strategic talent advancement process. Each element is instrumental for creating the bench strength and institutional supply chain knowledge that underpin future success.A preview version of the Supply Chain Management Talent Development: The Acquire Process publication includes the table of contents and introduction.
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SCM Talent Development: The Develop Process

By:Brian Gibson, Auburn University; Zac Williams, Central Michigan University; Sean Goffnett, Central Michigan University; and Robert Cook, Central Michigan University.Effective hiring is step one in the creation of a strong SCM team. Next, talented individuals must be quickly acclimated, continuously trained, and properly deployed to meet the supply chain requirements of the organization. Hence, supply chain leaders must immerse new hires in the organization’s culture and provide current team members with opportunities to expand their capabilities. This can be achieved through the strategic talent development process detailed in this publication: The Develop Process. This book helps to analyze organizational strategies for SCM training and education. Throughout this publication, you will discover leading practices for onboarding, training, and guiding supply chain talent. These talent investments will help you maximize the capabilities of your supply chain team.A preview version of the Supply Chain Management Talent Development: The Develop Process publication includes the table of contents and introduction.
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Supply Chain Management Process Standards: All 6!

Supply Chain Management Process Standards is the first comprehensive reference guide containing general guidelines to help you selfassess your current processes. You’ll use these tools to identify process strengths and weaknesses…and be able to focus your attention on areas where improvement efforts will drive the most benefit.Topics include: Deliver, Enable, Make, Plan, Return, SourceSoft cover.
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January 01, 2004
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Supply Chain Management Process Standards: Deliver

The "Deliver" book contains dozens of suggested minimum process standards, as well as typical best-practice processes in these critical areas:· Order Management· Warehousing/Fulfillment· Customization/Postponemen· Deliver Infrastructure· Transport· E-Commerce Delivery· Managing Client/Customer Partnerships· Post-Sales Technical Support· Customer Data ManagementSoft cover.
Date:
January 01, 2004
Pages:
28
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Supply Chain Management Process Standards: Enable

The "Enable" book contains dozens of suggested minimum process standards, as well as typical best-practice processes in these critical areas:· Strategy and Leadership· Competitive Benchmarking· Product/Service Innovation· Product/Service Data Management· Process Viability and Control· Measurement· Technology· Business Management· Quality· Security· Industry StandardsSoft cover.
Date:
September 01, 2004
Pages:
48
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