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Current Priorities for Supply Chain Development. Professor Michael Quayle Robert Bosch Chair in Purchasing & Supply Chain Management and Director of the University of Glamorgan Business School. My objectives today. Need for a Welsh supply chain Research outcomes

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Current Priorities for Supply Chain Development.

  • Professor Michael Quayle

  • Robert Bosch Chair in Purchasing & Supply Chain Management

  • and Director of the University of Glamorgan Business School


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My objectives today

  • Need for a Welsh supply chain

  • Research outcomes

  • Public & private sector actions


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Supply Chain Strategies

Product/Service

Sourcing

Strategies

Organisations

Total Cost

of Ownership

Country

Logistics

Strategies


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International Sourcing Decision Strategy

Sourcing Entry Strategy

Sourcing

Decision

Strategy

International

Analysis

Supplier

Relationship

Strategy

Withdrawal Strategy


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Drive for competitiveness

  • Instability

  • Globalisation

  • Product/service improvement

  • Cost reduction

  • Risk exposure


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Global Supply Chains

  • Uncertainty exists at every echelon

  • Inherently complex

  • Information flows are vital

  • Building supplier relationships are vital

  • Organisational systems to deal are crucial


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CRITICAL FACTORS

  • Strategic approach needed

  • Resource demands

  • Specification driven

  • Power relationships

  • Logistics & Supply Chain Management


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The Business Squeeze

  • economic disincentives - the customer supply chain cost reduction motive

  • desire to become “e”-active

  • technology difficulties

  • real training/skills needed


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Planet

Public

Sector

Culture

Leadership

Motivation

Infrastructure

Technology

Globalisation

Industry

Size

Competition

Customers

CONTINGENT

VARIABLES

SCENARIO

PLANNING

Supply Chain

Strategies

Supply Chain

Integration

Mechanisms

FACTORS AFFECTING SUPPLY CHAIN STRATEGY


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Survey Scope


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RESPONSE RATE

  • Circa 60% response rate

  • 288 companies

  • Statistically significant (the norm 22%)

  • Remarkable response rate particularly from SME’s


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Importance of Issues - High

  • Leadership4.5

  • Strategy 4.4

  • Team Working 4.3

  • Waste Reduction4.1

  • Procurement 4.0

All Marked Out of Five


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Importance of Issues - Medium

  • Supply chain management 3.5

  • Time to Market 3.5

  • MRP 3.5

  • Financial management 3.5

  • Supplier development 3.5

  • R & D 3.5

  • JIT 3.5


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Importance of Issues - Low

  • E-Commerce 2.5

  • New technology 2.5

  • Customer management2.5

  • Kaizan 2.5

  • Benchmarking 2.5

  • IIP 2.5


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Those with the lowest Priority are things to do with

INNOVATION!!


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High

Quality

Pricing

Product Reliability

Service Reliability

Capability to Support

Low

Time to Market

E- Commerce

R&D

Purchasing Expertise

Value Analysis

Value Engineering

SMEs Perceived Priorities of their Customer’s Requirements


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Long Term Success

  • The BFO

  • Depends on successful suppliers

  • Depends on customer satisfaction

  • The ENTIRE supply chain must be successful.


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Capturing Value

A supply chain approach to developing national export development strategies


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STRATEGY

  • It’s the creation of a unique and value position involving a different set of activities


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DISTINCTIVE VALUE CHAIN

Strategic Positioning


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THE VALUE PROPOSITION

  • Needs to be different from the competition to create competitive advantage.

  • If the value proposition is not different, you are probably simply in the business of doing things better ie. operationally effective and do NOT have a strategy


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The value proposition for Wales.

  • Trade strategy-makers are preoccupied with export promotion and market access

  • Economic development depends on export delivery performance, fulfilment and supply chain capabilities

The Issue:

  • How to convince strategy-makers to pay equal attention to border-in and border-out supply chain support.

  • Find a mechanism for devising appropriate policies


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What can government and business leaders do?

  • Employ a value-chain approach to trade sector trade strategy development

  • Support the removal of technical obstacles and alignment of activities for efficient export operations

  • Motivate business owners to value professionals and raise skills to international working standards

  • Support independent professional knowledge and skills development institutions

  • Encourage sharing of information about target markets consumer standards,working, financing and legal practices


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Financial

and

Physical

Assets

Human

Resources

Information

Networks

and

Relation-

ships

  • Planning & acquisition of physical assets

  • Cash flow impact and financial risks in the supply chain

Improved information helps enterprises to plan ahead and be more competitive

Enterprise

  • Management:

  • Planning

  • Executing

  • Monitoring

  • Securing & developing SCM expertise

  • Supplier development programs

  • Demand forecasts

  • Customer delivery requirements

  • Inputs’ supply markets

  • Supply chain services

  • Strategic supply chain alliances


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Strategy makers should focus on delivery performance and the supply chain structure in equal measures to market access and export promotion


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A BFO

  • Purchasers will need help to source locally

  • SME’s will need help to break into supply chains

  • Purchasers & SME’s need to bury their prejudices

  • The various agencies in Wales must work together & be coherent in their approach


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Supply Chain Management

  • It’s about people, expertise and performance

  • Not just about process.


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And Finally ………..

There is a need to recognise the reality of relationships

within supply chain management-it’s a RISK and a

REVENUE

Sharing Relationship.


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