Where do I start?

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Where do I start?

By

Keith Launchbury, CFPIM, CIRM, CSCP

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1.
The Business World Today

2.
The Business Need

3.
The Benefits of Supply Excellence

4.
The Problem with Supply Chain Management

5.
The Evolution to Supply Networks

6.
What is a Smart Supply Network?

7.
The Critical Components of Smart Supply
Networks

8.
The Talent Leadership Gap

9.
The Talent Development Model

10.
Where do I start?


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Global


Dynamic


Fast
-
paced


Very competitive


Connected


Powered by
information

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Supply Management is a critical component in
all businesses today


Supply Management includes


Sourcing, Procurement, Acquisition, Production,
and Delivery of Products and Services


Within any enterprise, provides the vital link
between product development and
commercialization



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Faster new product Introduction


Ability to charge premium prices


Expanded product offerings


Increased customer loyalty


Ease of expansion to new market segments


Opportunities to benefit from disruptive
events


Stronger supplier relationships




Information accuracy


Reduced variability


Increased velocity


Reduced costs


Increased reliability


Quick response


Flexible capacity

It is a linear pull system, where the channel master controls

a gang of suppliers


The Internet is a good
example of a distributed
organizational network,
where information is
communicated rapidly


There are many users using
different systems but the
communication standard
ensures that all these
different computers and
operating systems can
exchange information
rapidly and accurately


This is exactly how a Supply
Network should operate

Supply

Manufacturer

Demand

Source: Oliver Wight Group

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Agility


Security


Diversity


Integration


Connectivity


Collaboration


Visibility


Partnerships


Sustainability



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90% of Business
Leaders call talent
development one
of the top
challenges that
they face


Many businesses
are still hiring
technical skills
rather than broad
based business
management skills

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Businesses
require supply
network leaders
with a broad
range of
experience


These people are
supply business
experts

The Chief Supply Chain Officer Report 2011

Tactical

Operational

Strategic

Novice

Apprentice

Journeyman

Master Craftsman

Sensei

Craftsman

Skill Level

Time

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20
30
40
50
60
Black
Brown
Red
Purple
Blue
Green
Orange
Yellow
Operational

Tactical

Strategic


Stock picker


Material handler


Order packer


Equipment operator


Cycle counter


Forklift driver


Warehouse associate




Qualifications


Can read, count and move stuff around


Can use material handling equipment


May need a drivers or fork lift truck license





Warehouse supervisor


Cycle count analyst


Transportation coordinator


Supply chain supervisor


Traffic supervisor


Distribution center supervisor





Qualifications


Good with people


Good with numbers


Completed Introduction to Supply Management
Course



Material planner


Buyer


Purchasing agent


Planner/Buyer


Production scheduler


Distribution planner


Logistics specialist


Supply chain analyst





Qualifications


Business degree or experience


Working towards Certification in one related
professional program



Senior planner


Supply chain manager


Master scheduler


Forecast analyst


Contract manager


Business analyst


Warehouse manager





Qualifications


Business degree or Business experience


At least one Certification in a related professional
programs


Working towards a related Masters Degree



Planning manager


Distribution manager


Logistics manager


Demand manager


Product manager


Qualifications


Business degree and Business experience


Multiple Certifications in related professional
programs


A Masters Degree in related area


Good working knowledge of advanced supply
network design and operation




Supply chain director


Sales director


Marketing director


Production director


Customer service director


Information technology director



Qualifications


Business degree


Multiple Certifications in related professional
programs


Masters in Supply Chain Management


> 5 years experience in Supply Management



Demonstrated application of the knowledge and
use of advanced
s
upply network design, and
information technology



Chief supply officer


Chief customer officer


Qualifications


Business degree


Multiple Certifications in related professional
programs


Masters in Supply Chain Management


>10 years experience in Supply Management



Excellent working knowledge of advanced supply
network management



Leading the business in the application of all the
resources in the intelligent, informed and agile supply
networks to ensure sustainable future success and
competitive advantage


Capable of designing, and building smart,
flexible, adaptive and sustainable Supply
Networks


Knows and understands the capabilities and
constraints of all the resources in the Supply
Network


Knows how to make the most effective use of all
supply network resources


Excellent skills and knowledge in the successful
integration of organizations, people and
technology for competitive advantage

The Chief Supply Chain Officer Report 2011

Operations and Supply Chain
Management Career Paths and Patterns
APICS 2012

Operations and Supply Chain
Management Career Paths and Patterns
APICS 2012

Novice

Apprentice

Journeyman

Master Craftsman

Sensei

Craftsman

Skill Level

Time

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