3 Steps to Master Value-Focused Supply Chain Segmentation

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A Better Approach to Supply Chain Segmentation?

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Most companies segment their supply chain by breaking it down according to operational and logistical metrics. But there is another way to segment supply chains that begins with the customer. Gartner research director Jennifer Loveland calls it end-to-end segmentation, where you determine first what your customers want, then create end-to-end models—from sales through sourcing, delivery, and customer service—to serve them.

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The value of Supply Chain segmentation in Pharma

Supply Chain Movement

Last month I have been asked to make a presentation at the Global BME Supply Chain conference in Frankfurt about supply chain segmentation in the Pharma industry. I do truly believe that this topic is the next opportunity area for meaningful improvement in overall Pharma supply chain practices. But within “branded pharma” the concept is still taking its first steps… So, what do we mean by segmentation? ABC of segmentation.

5 Tips for Supply Chain Planning in a Turbulent Environment

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It is often during seasons of tremendous uncertainty that … The post 5 Tips for Supply Chain Planning in a Turbulent Environment appeared first on Chainalytics. Blog Demand Planning Intelligence Consortium Integrated Demand & Supply Planning Managed Analytics S&OP Supply Chain Consulting customer segmentation Demand Planning Integrated Business Planning Inventory Planning Supply Chain Planning supply chain segmentation

Immediate Supply Chain Decisions for “Non-Essential” Manufacturers

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The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has created profound uncertainty, and catapulted the vulnerabilities of interconnected supply chains front and center. Supply chain managers who are experiencing supply risks, demand uncertainty, and “wait and see” leadership directives are asking: What should I do now? Contingency plans need to be … The post Immediate Supply Chain Decisions for “Non-Essential” Manufacturers appeared first on Chainalytics.

Crafting Complexity: How Personalization is Changing Your Supply Chain

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Last year, more than 10,000 companies crafted beer — up from a mere 49 … The post Crafting Complexity: How Personalization is Changing Your Supply Chain appeared first on Chainalytics. Blog Feature Supply Chain Design beer manufacturing Cost-to-Serve customer profitability customer segmentation digital economy oktoberfest product profitability product segmentation Supply Chain Network Design supply chain segmentation

7 Challenges Facing Supply Chain Leaders in 2019

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Supply Chain Segmentation: One Size Doesn’t Fit All

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Last month JDA teamed up with IndustryWeek and Altera Corporation to present a Webcast on the topic of supply chain segmentation titled: One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Altera’s Supply Chain Segmentation Journey to Profitable Growth. I’d like to point out a few highlights from the webcast that are useful for today’s manufacturing and distribution supply chain professionals. Featured Manufacturing Supply Chain

Segmenting Supply Chain using Portfolio Matrix (2x2 Matrix)

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Segmenting Supply Chain using Portfolio Matrix (2x2 Matrix). Supply Chain Segmentation is the planning process that links a corporate strategy to the executions. This article will show you how to use a simple 2x2 matrix system to segment supply chain with examples across various functions. In 1983, Peter Kraljic wrote the article " Purchasing Must Become Supply Management " for Harvard Business Review. NAVIGATE. Basics.

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Adopting a Multimodal, Segmented Supply Chain

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Recently I had the opportunity to contribute to a Supply Chain Quarterly article about the value of moving from a single-mode supply chain approach centered on operational excellence to a multimodal, segmented supply chain strategy. However, geopolitical conditions, a rapidly evolving global economy, and growing demand and supply volatility are shaking the very foundations of this ‘one size fits all’ approach.

Industrie 4.0: Its Impact on Supply Chain Planning

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to supply chains. The clearest impact on supply chain planning involves demand. This puts more pressure on the supply chain to leverage analytics to improve supply chain segmentation and demand translation,” says Gartner Research in a report titled, The Five Things Chief Supply Chain Officers Need to Know about Industrie 4.0. supply chain strategy. automates the supply chain. Industrie 4.0

Adopting a Multimodal, Segmented Supply Chain

BlueYonder

Recently I had the opportunity to contribute to a Supply Chain Quarterly article about the value of moving from a single-mode supply chain approach centered on operational excellence to a multimodal, segmented supply chain strategy. However, geopolitical conditions, a rapidly evolving global economy, and growing demand and supply volatility are shaking the very foundations of this ‘one size fits all’ approach.

4 Characteristics of the Evolution of the Supply Chain

Kinaxis

by Alexa Cheater It’s Time for the Evolution of Supply Chain: 4 Characteristics to Watch for With Supply Chain 2.0. The decades-old challenge of supply chain is now more difficult to solve than ever before. With complexity growing, an evolution of the supply chain needs to begin now. According to global services firm Accenture, the answer lies in the evolution of supply chain. It lies in Supply Chain 2.0!

How to Attain “Stage 4” Supply Chain Planning Maturity

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Gartner has identified five stages of supply chain planning maturity and they say that 70-80% of companies plan to increase their supply chain planning (SCP) technology spend over the next two years to climb to the next level. In their recent report titled Carefully Assess Which Tools Are Right for Each Stage of Supply Chain Planning Maturity (20 October 2017, Tim Payne & Amber Salley), the analyst firm describes the right tools to get from one level to the next.

Segmentation: In the era of digitization and personalization, can you afford to have a single supply chain strategy?

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The post Segmentation: In the era of digitization and personalization, can you afford to have a single supply chain strategy? Uncategorized cost to serve analytics Cost-to-Serve supply chain segmentation Supply Chain Strategy total cost to serveappeared first on Chainalytics.

6 Ways to “Refresh” Your Supply Chain Operations: Part III

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Delighting the customer should be every organization’s goal, and “good enough” supply chain performance will no longer do in today’s competitive environment. Customers simply expect that you can deliver on your promise, and one key way to ensure you meet your commitments is by adopting a segmentation approach. For example, if a customer wants a product quickly regardless of cost, you can develop a supply chain process that accommodates that user type and charge a premium.

Why Segmentation and Profitability Go Hand in Hand

BlueYonder

The Aberdeen Supply Chain Summit in Chicago earlier this month was a productive event for supply chain executives and practitioners. The conference format and size were just right to allow comfortable sharing of ideas and lessons learned about various topics from S&OP and supply chain planning, to inventory optimization and transportation. It was the general consensus of the group that there is value to be delivered from supply chain segmentation.

6 Ways to “Refresh” Your Supply Chain Operations: Part III

OneSCM

Delighting the customer should be every organization’s goal, and “good enough” supply chain performance will no longer do in today’s competitive environment. Customers simply expect that you can deliver on your promise, and one key way to ensure you meet your commitments is by adopting a segmentation approach. Our TAKE Supply Chain Efficiency

Five reasons why our supply chains aren’t demand driven

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It is difficult to come across many supply chain leaders today who do not subscribe to the principle of Demand-Driven Supply Chains. As supply chain experts we continue to write about, provide webinars, present at conferences, and assist numerous client companies to progress towards the Demand-Driven Supply Chain model. Software suppliers have promoted and developed software to help enable the Demand-Driven Supply Chain model.

It’s Time for Supply Chain 2.0! 4 Characteristics to Watch For

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This age-old challenge of supply chain is now more difficult to address than ever before. With complexity growing exponentially, supply chains and their associated capabilities need to start evolving now. According to Accenture, the answer lies in supply chain evolution. It’s Supply Chain 2.0! So what is Supply Chain 2.0? Hajibashi and Bhatti describe the characteristics of Supply Chain 2.0 The Supply Chain 2.0

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7 Supply Chain Challenges That Exist Today

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This heightens the need for having a global procurement network which can support and respond to a company’s supply chain needs in a timely manner. A consolidated supplier base eliminates variances in inventory and reduces overheads, particularly for the supply of C-parts. 5 Identifying the Right KPIs Identifying and implementing the right KPIs to manage and operate supply chains effectively remains one of the biggest problems in supply chain management.

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Building your Supply Chain Strategy: The Five Tenets of High-Performing Supply Chains

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The last 15 years have been a rollercoaster for supply chain professionals as companies embraced supply chain innovation, moving up the five steps of the supply chain maturity curve, supported by new technologies. During this time, JDA mirrored this vision of supply chain strategy that fosters competitive advantage and profitable growth based on the five tenets of high-performing supply chains.

Building Your Supply Chain Strategy: Defining Customer-Centric Supply Chain Design for Manufacturing Companies

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In Part I of my Supply Chain Strategy series, I explained why the five tenets of High-Performing Supply Chains remain a great starting point to build your supply chain strategy. In Part II I explained how seeking inspiration from retailers can help manufacturing companies move beyond supply chain segmentation to embrace customer-centricity. This post will explore the three capabilities essential to supply chain redesign.

Secret Confessions of a Supply Chain Junkie

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The beauty of the supply chain is all around us. I guess I’m a supply chain junkie…can’t get enough of it. There are tons of articles, white papers and blogs about today’s supply chain challenges: globalization, off-shore manufacturing, supply chain segmentation, big data, mobility, social media, price optimization, warehouse throughput, labor scheduling and in-store picking. My eleven year old son gets supply chain!!

Agility Does Not Grow on Trees: Start Building Today

Supply Chain Shaman

As demand and supply volatility increases, the goal is to build a flexible supply chain system. The definition is one that can deliver the same cost, quality and level of customer service with the increase in demand and supply volatility. Today, based on recent research, less than 30% of supply chain leaders have a supply chain that they consider to be agile. Supply Chain Agility: Techniques and Effectiveness.

JDA’s Project with SanDisk, a Western Digital Brand, Recognized for Its Impressive Supply Chain Transformation

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Supply & Demand Chain Executive recently announced its annual list of the best 100 supply chain transformations and projects that deliver bottom-line value to small, medium and large enterprises across a wide range of supply chain functions. land a spot on the Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 for 2016. Highlights from SanDisk’s supply chain transformation.

Balance and Segmentation – What the Election Can Teach Supply Chain

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In my opinion, these are factors that led to the pollsters being so far off on the 2016 US election, and how supply chain practitioners can help these pollsters to improve. Balance is also critical for supply chains. We must have an ability to monitor the supply chain, and detect when it goes out of balance. I say mature, as most supply chains can detect the cost based – unit demand vs unit supply imbalance. This is segmentation.

The 6 W’s of Supply Chain Planning Systems of Record

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The 6 W’s of Supply Chain Planning Systems of Record. If you’re unfamiliar with the term “supply chain planning system of record,” it is essentially the one place where an organization can bring together all supply chain data and plan its enterprise operations. Given that supply chain management is a continuous journey, when is the right time to establish a planning system of record? Multi-tier supply chain.

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The State of Supply Chain Management: An Interview with CSCMP’s Rick Blasgen

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In anticipation of his presentation at JDA’s Innovation Forum in Chicago on September 10, Supply Chain Nation sat down with Rick Blasgen, president and CEO of CSCMP, as part of our Expert Insight series to get a preview of his presentation on the State of Supply Chain Management. SCN: Supply Chain Management has undergone tremendous evolution in the 50 years CSCMP has been in existence. SCN: How do supply chain practices vary between the U.S.

First Class Ready!

Supply Chain Insights

On May 7, 2016 we announced a partnership with CorpU for next-generation supply chain learning. Today our first course, Supply Chain Metrics That Matter, is ready for sale. The full course catalog will be complete by the Supply Chain Insights Global Summit. The seven courses currently in joint development between CorpU and Supply Chain Insights are: Supply Chain Metrics That Matter. Building the Customer-Centric Supply Chain.

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Supply Chain Management Award for Adva Optical Networking

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ADVA Optical Networking, a Meiningen based manufacturer of telecommunication equipment focusing on fiber-optic transmission technology, is the winner of the Supply Chain Management Award 2013. ADVA Optical Networking is being honored for the end-to-end supply chain solution with which it has secured strategic advantages. The Supply Chain Management Award 2013 was presented at the inaugural Exchainge – the Supply Chainers’ Convention in Frankfurt on June 18, 2013.

Building Your Supply Chain Strategy: The Customer-Centric Journey Towards Supply Chain Excellence

BlueYonder

Building a High-Performing and Profitable Supply Chain. In Part I of my Supply Chain Strategy series, I explained why the five tenets of High-Performing Supply Chains remain a great starting point to build your supply chain strategy. For many manufacturing companies, developing a customer-centric supply chain can be a long and daunting journey. Figure 4 – Maturity Model for Customer-Centric Supply Chains.

Clorox Successfully Implements a Program for Value Chain Segmentation

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Mark Hersh (shown here) is now a Director of Supply Chain Strategy at Clorox while Dave retired in 2018. Mark and Dave, both career Clorox employees, drove a program to customize the supply chain response using Value Chain Segmentation. Designing a Fit For Purpose Supply Chain. Value Chain segmentation—designing a fit for purpose supply chain—was the focus of the strategy day workshop. Map of Segmentation.

Real Results Magazine: Must-Have Tips to Boost Your Supply Chain

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In each issue we aim to cover a cross-section of topics that span regions, industry verticals and business functions with a goal of introducing strategies and best practices that resonate with a broad cross-section of supply chain practitioners. As such, the latest issue offers stories on a cross section of international companies who are impacting real change in their companies through the use of supply chain solutions. What’s on your summer reading list?

2012 Supply Chain Predictions: Is the End of the World Nigh?

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In the tradition of David Letterman, (in no particular order) let’s hit the Top 10 Supply Chain Predictions for 2012. Supply chain risk will not go away. At the start of 2011, I wrote a blog (Supply Chain Risk and Charles Darwin) that highlighted 2010 as the worst on record for supply chain disruptions. Therefore it is not surprising that focusing on managing and mitigating risk across global supply chains appear on most lists.