UT Knoxville BUAD 331 - Chapter 14 (18 pages)

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Buad 331 - CBM I: Supply Chain Mgt
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BA331 Supply Chain Management Chapter 14 Future Trends Shay Scott Ph D Department of Marketing and SCM Managing Director Global Supply Chain Institute University of Tennessee sdscott utk edu 198 0 201 1 202 5 Source United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Population Division World Urbanization Prospects the 2011 Revision New York 2012 198 0 201 1 202 5 Source United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Population Division World Urbanization Prospects the 2011 Revision New York 2012 198 0 201 1 202 5 Source United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Population Division World Urbanization Prospects the 2011 Revision New York 2012 World GDP 1980 2030 PPP Source www ghemawat com Consumer Spending Shifts Fueling the Trends Consum er Shifts Source The Economist Source Euromonitor International Ri s e of R e gi o n Regions are developing that may or may not align with political boundaries Confluence of factors geography FTAs natural resources human capital etc Enormous impact of critical regions Economist Trade Parities Tool W h er e to S o ur ce Labor taxes tariffs etc The risky single factor In d u st ri al C o m Source Pisano Shih HBR 2007 Producing Prosperity 2012 Industrial Commons S C Pr ov e n a nc e What you don t know WILL hurt 2014 US SC Trends to Watch 1 Continued shift toward demand driven supply chains and internal integration of supply chain organizations 2 Increased recognition of risk and simplification of supply chains 3 Focus on SC segmentation removal of unprofitable activities 4 Transition from offshoring to near shoring 5 Increased importance of environmental sustainability 6 Emergence of omnichannel strategies Sources UT GSCI Advisory Board Gartner Group and SCM World research 1 Continued shift toward demand driven supply chains and internal integration of supply chain organizations 2 Increased recognition of supply chain risk and simplification of supply chains Huge attention to risk mitigation plans



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