UH SCM 3301 - Chapter 13~Supply Chain Process Integration (3 pages)

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Chapter 13~Supply Chain Process Integration

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Lecture number:
18
Pages:
3
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Houston
Course:
Scm 3301 - Service and Manufacturing Operations
Edition:
1

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SCM 3301 1st Edition Current Lecture Lecture 18 Facility Location Techniques Weighted Factor Rating Model o Access to markets labor issues access to suppliers utility availability costs QOL right to work land etc o Criteria are weighted o Criteria are measured o Multiply the measures by the weights Break Even Model o When fixed and variable costs can be determined Both Qualitative and Quantitative measures should be considered Trends in Facility Location Business Clusters o Research parks and special economic industrial zones o Interconnected companies in a particular field co location Variant of JIT Supplier Co Location Sustainable Development o Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs Chapter 13 Supply Chain Process Integration Why is Integration Important Process Integration Sharing information and coordinating resources to jointly manage a process Integration requires communication and cooperation from a variety of partners throughout the supply chain The world class companies leverage cost and performance throughout the supply chain o Tier 1 and Tier 2 Suppliers o Tier 1 and Tier 2 Customers SCM 3301 1st Edition SCM 3301 1st Edition Figure on Exam 3 know the first set of arrows VERY well The SCM Integration Model 1 Identify Critical Supply Chain Trading Partners a These are key partners who will eventually enable the successful sale and delivery of end products to end customers Supplier Evaluation and Development 2 Review and Establish Supply Chain Strategies a Porter s Generic Strategies Cost or Differentiation 3 Align Supply Chain Strategies with Key Supply Chain Process Objectives a If a firm differentiates itself based on quality then the key supply chain process objectives must align with the strategic objective 4 Develop Internal Performance Measures for Key Process Effectiveness a Procedures and metrics must be in place to measure performance 5 Assess and Improve



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