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  1. OMSAN LOJİSTİK

  2. 6. Managing transportation resources 7. Performance indicators 8. Technology Exercise 9. Recent Developments 10. Case studies: Off Dock Facilities, Partnerships INTRODUCTION TO DOCUMENTATION

  3. MANAGING TRANSPORTATION RESOURCES: Section Six

  4. Return on Assets Personnel Productivity Flexibility Labor Considerations Cost Management/Political Considerations Customer Service Information Technology Partnerships/Alliances WHY OUTSOURCE?

  5. Transportation: Motor Rail Intermodal Air Small Packages What is Outsourced?

  6. Freight Bill Auditing and Payment Carrier Rate Negotiations Warehousing Consolidation Cross Docking Order Fulfillment Reverse Logistics Customs Brokerage What is Outsourced, Part II

  7. Asset vs Non-Asset Owners Single Sourcing Geography Integrated Logistics Providers Industries Served Consultants Identifying Potential Providers

  8. Financial Stability Business Experience Management Depth and Strength Reputation with other Clients Strategic Direction Physical Assets Operations Information Technology Quality Initiatives Growth Potential Chemistry and Compatibility Source: Cliffor Lynch CARRIER SELECTION

  9. PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Section Seven

  10. You can’t manage what you can’t measure Performance standards must be measurable and achievable Measure only what is important Performance measurement must be balanced Four Laws of Measuring Performance

  11. Figure 5. Customer Service Factors Direct Logistics Influence Indirect Logistics Influence CHARACTERISTIC PTS Source: JBL #1, p. 27, 1998

  12. Performance Indicators andForecasting

  13. Basic Demand Cyclical Demand Long-Term Change Trends Promotional Factors Buffer Ranges FORECASTING

  14. TECHNOLOGY Section Eight

  15. Input Output Models Technology Database Controls Building Blocks of an IS

  16. Personalization Confidentiality Ownership Control Legitimacy IS and Documentation

  17. Standardization or Customization? Mass Customization and other mythical beasts

  18. Raw Content Clean Content Rationalized Content Normalized Content Syndicated Content Content Management

  19. Collect and Store Data Communicate Data Process Data Three Functions of an IS

  20. What is good data? • Timely • Relevant • Accurate • Appropriate form • Available

  21. What does a high quality system look like? Be careful of the measurement trap

  22. Confidentiality

  23. It improves quality It is valuable Intellectual property Control Ownership

  24. Measurements

  25. Six Sigma

  26. Difficult Link between measurement and strategy often unclear Functions and processes complex and often misaligned People being measured may be resistant to sharing information There is a significant lack of consensus on definitions of terms Barriers to Measurement

  27. Open Harbor: A Case Study in IS