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Supply Chain Management Best Practices


Supply Chain Management Best Practices


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von: David Blanchard

38,99 €

Verlag: Wiley
Format: EPUB
Veröffentl.: 06.05.2021
ISBN/EAN: 9781119738190
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 320

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<b>SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT BEST PRACTICES</b> <p>Although the fundamentals of the supply chain industry remain constant, massive shifts in the demands of the marketplace and powerful new technologies have changed the way supply chain and transportation companies must engage with and deliver solutions to their clients.<p>In the newly revised <i>Third Edition</i> of <i>Supply Chain Management Best Practices</i>, noted journalist and supply chain expert David Blanchard delivers a compelling and comprehensive overview of the new technologies shaping the transportation and supply chain industries today and the processes that will transform them tomorrow.<p>You’ll discover a thorough introduction to supply chain management, along with examples of best-in-class supply chains in a variety of industries. You’ll also find proven methods and KPIs for measuring the performance of a supply chain. The author presents the traditional core processes of supply chain management and discusses the techniques used by individual and trendsetting companies from around the world. Finally, you’ll learn about the strategies, solutions, and technologies used by leading companies to design their global organizations.<p>From drones and the Internet of Things to same-day delivery, omni-channel distribution, artificial intelligence, Uber-style freight transportation apps, blockchain, and robotics, the book discusses how the transfer of computing power from central mainframes into smartphones and cloud-based services has enabled game-changing technologies to reach companies of all shapes and sizes.<p>Perfect for supply chain managers and professionals, chief financial officers, chief information officers, and controllers, <i>Supply Chain Management Best Practices</i> will also earn a place in the libraries of manufacturing, warehouse, and purchasing managers who seek a one-stop resource to help them understand the latest trends and the enduring foundations of the supply chain industry.<p><b>BUILD BEST-IN-CLASS SUPPLY CHAIN CAPABILITIES IN YOUR ORGANIZATION WITH THIS NEWLY UPDATED RESOURCE FROM AN INDUSTRY LEADER</b><p>The revised and updated <i>Third Edition</i> of <i>Supply Chain Management Best Practices</i> offers readers an insightful and comprehensive take on the concepts, processes, and technologies that define today’s supply chain and transportation industries. You’ll discover must-know information about traditional and core processes, as well as new technologies like drones, the Internet of Things, same-day delivery, and artificial intelligence that are transforming the industry.<p>The book contains valuable case studies, stories, and recent examples from real organizations implementing exciting new supply chain initiatives that are changing the way professionals think about their field. You’ll find proven methods for measuring the performance of supply chains and insights into the strategies, solutions, and technologies used by trendsetting companies across the world. Finally, you’ll learn why the transfer of computing power from central mainframes to the cloud and handheld devices has fundamentally changed the supply chain industry.<p>Ideal for executives, controllers, supply chain managers and professionals, as well as manufacturing, warehouse, and purchasing managers, the <i>Third Edition</i> of <i>Supply Chain Management Best Practices</i> remains an indispensable resource for anyone seeking to maintain and optimize a supply chain that functions as a competitive advantage.
<p>Preface xv</p> <p>Acknowledgments xix</p> <p><b>Part 1 Introduction to Supply Chain Management 1</b></p> <p><b>Chapter 1 If Supply Chain Is the Answer, Then What’s the Question? 3</b></p> <p>You Knew This Job Was Dangerous When You Took It 3</p> <p>The Big Picture 5</p> <p>The Supply Chain’s Back Story 7</p> <p>Roadblocks on the Supply Chain Path 9</p> <p>Separating the Good from the Best 10</p> <p>Notes 13</p> <p><b>Chapter 2 Anatomy of a Supply Chain 15</b></p> <p>Aerospace: Changing the Game, for Better or Worse 17</p> <p>Consumer-Packaged Goods: The Moment of Truth 18</p> <p>Food and Beverage: Cutting Out the Middleman 20</p> <p>Healthcare: Driving Out Waste 21</p> <p>Industrial Products: Diversity in the Supply Chain 23</p> <p>Oil and Gas: Managing the Managers 24</p> <p>Pharmaceuticals: Innovation in Real Time 24</p> <p>Retail: It’s Amazon’s World—We’re Just Shopping in It 26</p> <p>Notes 27</p> <p><b>Chapter 3 Supply Chain Metrics: Measuring Up to High Standards 29</b></p> <p>How to Prevent a Supply Chain Heart Attack 30</p> <p>What Makes a Supply Chain Leader? 31</p> <p>Measure Satisfaction 33</p> <p>Everybody’s Talking About Benchmarking 34</p> <p>Do the Right Things 35</p> <p>Setting Your Sights High 36</p> <p>Supply Chain Checkup 37</p> <p>Learn the SCOR 38</p> <p>SCM for Dummies 39</p> <p>Follow the Roadmap 40</p> <p>Make It All Meaningful 41</p> <p>Focusing on the Customer 42</p> <p>Notes 43</p> <p><b>Part 2 Traditional Core Processes of Supply Chain Management 45</b></p> <p><b>Chapter 4 Planning and Forecasting: Headed for the Future 47</b></p> <p>A Bias Against Good Plans 49</p> <p>From Soup to S&OP 50</p> <p>No Time Like the Real Time 51</p> <p>End-to-End Integration 53</p> <p>Analyze This 54</p> <p>A Happy Ending 56</p> <p>Notes 57</p> <p><b>Chapter 5 Procurement: Go Right to the Source 59</b></p> <p>A Formula for Success 60</p> <p>Managing the Changes 62</p> <p>Keep Your Friends Close and Your Suppliers Closer 62</p> <p>Looking Backward to See Forward 63</p> <p>Ensuring a Healthy Supply Chain 64</p> <p>It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time 67</p> <p>An Online Car Wreck 68</p> <p>A Rating Service for Buyers and Sellers 69</p> <p>Sustainable Sourcing Pays Off 70</p> <p>Closing the Loop 71</p> <p>Notes 72</p> <p><b>Chapter 6 Manufacturing: Supply Chain on the Make 75</b></p> <p>The Toyota Way 77</p> <p>Nearly Perfect 79</p> <p>Leaning into Quality 80</p> <p>Don’t Settle for Occasional Improvement 81</p> <p>The Value of Teamwork 83</p> <p>Leaning in the Right Direction 84</p> <p>Smart Manufacturing, Smarter Suppy Chains 85</p> <p>Supply Chain in 3D 87</p> <p>Collaborating on Product Designs 88</p> <p>The Future of Manufacturing 90</p> <p>Notes 92</p> <p><b>Chapter 7 Transportation: Logistics à la Mode 95</b></p> <p>Riding the Roads 96</p> <p>Regulations and Deregulation 97</p> <p>Fuel for Thought 98</p> <p>A Capacity for Change 99</p> <p>Know Thyself, and Thy Carrier, Too 100</p> <p>Collaboration Is a Two-Way Street 101</p> <p>A Carrier by Any Other Name 102</p> <p>Automate to Consolidate 103</p> <p>Autonomous Vehicles on Land, Sea, and Air 105</p> <p>Do-It-Yourself Logistics 108</p> <p>The Last Mile 109</p> <p>Get It There on Time 110</p> <p>Notes 111</p> <p><b>Chapter 8 Distribution and Warehousing: Going with the Flow 113</b></p> <p>Omni-Channel Surfing 114</p> <p>A Great Idea in Theory 116</p> <p>Virtual Inventory 117</p> <p>Cross-Docking, Compliance, and Collaboration 119</p> <p>Handle with Care 120</p> <p>Saving on Labor 121</p> <p>How to Better Manage Your Warehouse 122</p> <p>Design for Supply Chain 124</p> <p>Striking the Proper Balance 125</p> <p>A Site for Sore Eyes 126</p> <p>How Much Is Too Much? 127</p> <p>A Quick Guide to Site Selection 128</p> <p>The Three Deadly Sins of Warehousing 129</p> <p>Notes 130</p> <p><b>Chapter 9 Globalization: It’s a Not-So-Small World 133</b></p> <p>Playing by Somebody Else’s Rules 134</p> <p>Develop a Global Vision 135</p> <p>Following the Plan 136</p> <p>Friendly Nations 137</p> <p>“Low Cost” Sometimes Means “Poor Service” 139</p> <p>Total Cost of Supply Chain 140</p> <p>Take a Look for Yourself 141</p> <p>Finding the Next Global Hot Spot 143</p> <p>The Need for Supply Chain Visibility 144</p> <p>Shoring Up the Supply Chain 145</p> <p>There’s No Place Like Home 146</p> <p>Notes 147</p> <p><b>Chapter 10 Customer Service: Keeping the Customer Satisfied 151</b></p> <p>The Perfect Order 153</p> <p>The High Cost of Imperfection 155</p> <p>Every Day Is a Holiday 155</p> <p>One Good Return Deserves Another 156</p> <p>Supply Chain in Reverse 158</p> <p>Money in the Bank 159</p> <p>A Better Way to Sell Mouthwash 160</p> <p>A Nine-Step Program for CPFR 162</p> <p>Don’t Expect Collaboration to Be Easy 162</p> <p>Respecting Your Partners 163</p> <p>A Culture of Customer Satisfaction 164</p> <p>How to Get the Most Out of a Relationship 166</p> <p>Notes 167</p> <p><b>Part 3 Supply Chain Strategies 169</b></p> <p><b>Chapter 11 3PLs: When You’d Rather Not Do It Yourself 171</b></p> <p>A Shift to the Supply Chain Side 172</p> <p>Letting Somebody Else Do It 173</p> <p>Supply Chain Essentials and Nonessentials 174</p> <p>Finding Your Core Competency 175</p> <p>The Same Set of Eyes 177</p> <p>The Financial Impact of Outsourcing 178</p> <p>Staying in Touch 179</p> <p>Going Beyond the 3PL Model 179</p> <p>Outpacing the Competition 181</p> <p>Higher Demands, Higher Expectations 182</p> <p>Notes 182</p> <p><b>Chapter 12 Risk Management: What to Do When Absolutely Nothing Goes According to Plan 185</b></p> <p>Reducing Your Vulnerability 186</p> <p>Don’t Let Their Problems Become Your Problems 187</p> <p>Shelter from Supply Chain Storms 188</p> <p>Cybersecurity Blanket 189</p> <p>Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism 191</p> <p>Getting Countries to Talk to Each Other 192</p> <p>“It’ll Never Happen Here” 193</p> <p>Taking Responsibility for Your Supply Chain 196</p> <p>Securing the Supply Chain 197</p> <p>Taking Steps Toward Effective Compliance 198</p> <p>An Investment Worth Making 200</p> <p>Business as Unusual 200</p> <p>Notes 202</p> <p><b>Chapter 13 Supply Chain Technology: If You’ve Got the Money, Somebody’s Got the Solution 205</b></p> <p>Getting the Job Done with AI 207</p> <p>The ABCs of RFID 209</p> <p>Proactive Replenishment 211</p> <p>In Search of Payback 213</p> <p>Work the Bugs Out 215</p> <p>A Block Off the Ol’ Chain 216</p> <p>An Interconnected Collection of Technologies 218</p> <p>Reinvent, Rethink, Reimagine 220</p> <p>Notes 221</p> <p><b>Chapter 14 Corporate Social Responsibility: Doing the Right Things for the Right Reasons 223</b></p> <p>Champions of CSR 224</p> <p>Corporate Irresponsibility 225</p> <p>Who’s Minding the Supply Chain? 227</p> <p>The Black Elephant in the Room 228</p> <p>The Carbon Footprint of a Banana 230</p> <p>Don’t Reinvent the Wheel 231</p> <p>Bridge Over Muddled Waters 232</p> <p>Eco-Friendly Strategies 234</p> <p>Notes 236</p> <p><b>Chapter 15 The Financial Supply Chain: Cash Is King 239</b></p> <p>A Convergence of Talent 240</p> <p>Zero Hour for Budgeting 241</p> <p>Roll with the Changes 242</p> <p>Supply Chain Finance: Part Strategy, Part Technology 243</p> <p>Financials on the Rocks 245</p> <p>Show Me the Money 247</p> <p>Notes 248</p> <p><b>Chapter 16 The Supply Chain Profession: What Keeps You Up at Night? 251</b></p> <p>People Management 252</p> <p>Talent Search 254</p> <p>Hiring Problem Solvers 255</p> <p>Training the Next Generation 257</p> <p>Toy Stories 258</p> <p>Gray Matters 259</p> <p>How Diverse Is Your Supply Chain? 260</p> <p>What Keeps You Up at Night? 263</p> <p>The Secret to Supply Chain Success 265</p> <p>Notes 266</p> <p>About the Author 269</p> <p>Index 271</p>
<p><b>David Blanchard</b> is an award-winning journalist and Senior Content Director and Editor-in-Chief of Endeavor Business Media’s <i>Material Handling & Logistics</i> and <i>EHS Today</i>. He is a sought-after speaker at major manufacturing industry events and has launched and edited several print and online publications covering supply chain, transportation, manufacturing, and artificial intelligence.
<p>Although the fundamentals of the supply chain industry remain constant, massive shifts in the demands of the marketplace and powerful new technologies have changed the way supply chain and transportation companies must engage with and deliver solutions to their clients. <p>In the newly revised <i>Third Edition</i> of <i>Supply Chain Management Best Practices</i>, noted journalist and supply chain expert David Blanchard delivers a compelling and comprehensive overview of the new technologies shaping the transportation and supply chain industries today and the processes that will transform them tomorrow. <p>You’ll discover a thorough introduction to supply chain management, along with examples of best-in-class supply chains in a variety of industries. You’ll also find proven methods and KPIs for measuring the performance of a supply chain. The author presents the traditional core processes of supply chain management and discusses the techniques used by individual and trendsetting companies from around the world. Finally, you’ll learn about the strategies, solutions, and technologies used by leading companies to design their global organizations. <p>From drones and the Internet of Things to same-day delivery, omni-channel distribution, artificial intelligence, Uber-style freight transportation apps, blockchain, and robotics, the book discusses how the transfer of computing power from central mainframes into smartphones and cloud-based services has enabled game-changing technologies to reach companies of all shapes and sizes. <p>Perfect for supply chain managers and professionals, chief financial officers, chief information officers, and controllers, <i>Supply Chain Management Best Practices</i> will also earn a place in the libraries of manufacturing, warehouse, and purchasing managers who seek a one-stop resource to help them understand the latest trends and the enduring foundations of the supply chain industry.
<p><b>BUILD BEST-IN-CLASS SUPPLY CHAIN CAPABILITIES IN YOUR ORGANIZATION WITH THIS NEWLY UPDATED RESOURCE FROM AN INDUSTRY LEADER</b> <p>The revised and updated <i>Third Edition</i> of <i>Supply Chain Management Best Practices</i> offers readers an insightful and comprehensive take on the concepts, processes, and technologies that define today’s supply chain and transportation industries. You’ll discover must-know information about traditional and core processes, as well as new technologies like drones, the Internet of Things, same-day delivery, and artificial intelligence that are transforming the industry. <p>The book contains valuable case studies, stories, and recent examples from real organizations implementing exciting new supply chain initiatives that are changing the way professionals think about their field. You’ll find proven methods for measuring the performance of supply chains and insights into the strategies, solutions, and technologies used by trendsetting companies across the world. Finally, you’ll learn why the transfer of computing power from central mainframes to the cloud and handheld devices has fundamentally changed the supply chain industry. <p>Ideal for executives, controllers, supply chain managers and professionals, as well as manufacturing, warehouse, and purchasing managers, the <i>Third Edition</i> of <i>Supply Chain Management Best Practices</i> remains an indispensable resource for anyone seeking to maintain and optimize a supply chain that functions as a competitive advantage.

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