UT Knoxville BUAD 331 - Chapter 8 & 10 (25 pages)

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Buad 331 - CBM I: Supply Chain Mgt
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BA331 Supply Chain Management Chapters 8 10 Shay Scott Ph D Department of Marketing and SCM Managing Director Global Supply Chain Institute University of Tennessee sdscott utk edu Managing Supply Chain Complexity 1 Network Complexity 4 2 Process Product Complexity Complexity Supplier 6 8 Complexity 7 Organizatio nal Complexity 3 Range Complexit y 5 Customer Complexity 9Geographic Market Information Complexity 1 Speed of 0 Change University of Tennessee 2013 Boeing 787 Global Supply Chain 3 Risk Riddle What do orangutans palm trees and Kit Kat bars have to do with one another Shay Scott 4 Lightning Strikes Source Economist Intelligence Unit 5 Impact of Supply Chain Disruption 6 Types of SC Risk 7 Risk Profiling Supply chain risk profile Probability of Disruption Impact 1 How vulnerable is the business to disruptions in supply 2 How volatile is demand 3 How resilient are our processes 4 How likely are disturbances and distortions to be caused by our own internal control systems 5 Where across the supply chain are we vulnerable to external forces Playing the odds What would be your primary risk concern in these scenarios North Face sources its jacket production to a supplier in China EA Sports outsources coding of Madden Football 2011 to a subcontractor in India Pfizer Pharmaceutical makes Viagra at their facility in Greece Shay Scott 9 Hindsight is 20 20 1997 Toyota halted production for 20 days because a single supplier location burned 2000 Software glitch in demand planning software at Nike caused 100M in lost sales of Air Jordan shoes 2001 9 11 attacks shut down JIT assembly facilities all over the US Shay Scott 10 Managing Mitigating Risk Mitigate through Redundancy Inventory and capacity Multiple facilities suppliers Pooled demand Manage through Resilience Postponement Lean processes speed and reliability Improve visibility Leverage supplier relationships Control complexity and variability 11 Creating the Resilient Supply Chain 2013 Shay Scott Ph D 12 Cargo Theft



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