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Megatrends. Dr. Dale S. Rogers Professor , Logistics & Supply Chain Management Co-Director , Center for Supply Chain Management Rutgers University Nevada Logistics Institute August 16, 2011 Reno, NV. Megatrends. Introduction Sustainable Supply Chain Complexity & Consolidation

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Megatrends

Dr. Dale S. Rogers

Professor, Logistics & Supply Chain Management

Co-Director, Center for Supply Chain Management

Rutgers University

Nevada Logistics Institute

August 16, 2011

Reno, NV

megatrends
Megatrends
  • Introduction
  • Sustainable Supply Chain
  • Complexity & Consolidation
  • Fuel Costs
  • Logistics and Transportation
  • Work Patterns
  • Systems Evolution
historical milestones in conceptualization
Historical Milestones In Conceptualization

Shifts in Logistical Thinking

• Transportation Efficiency 3000BC

• Total Cost Awareness 1950AD

• Customer Service 1955

• Comprehensive Outsourcing 1965

• Operational Integration and Quality (Six Sigma) 1975

• Financial Positioning and Operational Excellence 1985

• Globalization 1990

• Customer Relationships and Enterprise Extension 1995

• Supply Chain Integrative Management 2000

• Responsive Supply Chain Management 2005+

Source: Dr. Donald J. Bowersox, FedEx Summit, February 2008, February 2008

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The Sustainable

Supply Chain

the sustainable supply chain

Good

Social Responsibility

Environmental

The Sustainable Supply Chain
  • Organizational Culture
  • Deeply ingrained
  • Organizational citizenship
  • Values and ethics
  • Quality culture
  • Strategy
  • Sustainability as part of an integrated strategy
  • Long-term view
  • Doing more with less

Economic

Better

Better

Best

  • Transparency
  • Stakeholder Management
  • Supplier Operations
  • RFP/RFQ Process
  • Financial Reporting (SOX)
  • Leadtimes
  • Visibility
  • Risk Management
  • Contingency Planning
  • Supply Disruptions
  • Supply Risk
  • Headline Risk
  • Agility
product responsibility curve
Product Responsibility Curve

Product Responsibility Curve

Product Life Cycle

End of

Responsibility

End of Life

Birth

secondary markets
Secondary Markets
  • Secondary markets are effective in diverting a large number of products from landfills, creating numerous jobs, resulting in substantial economic value in the process.
  • Although not reflected in current government metrics, a conservative estimate is that the secondary market represents 2.28 percent of the 2008 U.S. Gross Domestic Product.
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Logistics &

Transportation

2009 top 50 world container ports
2009 Top 50 World Container Ports
  • Singapore (Singapore)
  • Shanghai (China)
  • Hong Kong (China)
  • Shenzhen (China)
  • Busan (Korea)
  • Dubai (UAE)
  • Ningbo-Zhoushan (China)
  • Guangzhou Harbor (China)
  • Rotterdam (Netherlands)
  • Qingdao (China)
  • Hamburg (Germany)
  • Kaohsiung (Taiwan)
  • Antwerp (Belgium
  • Tianjin (China)
  • Port Kalang (Malaysia)
  • Los Angeles (USA)
  • Long Beach (USA)
  • TanjungPelepas (Malaysia)
  • Bremen-Bremerhaven (Germany)
  • New York-New Jersey (USA)
  • LaemChabang (Thailand)
  • Xiamen (China)
  • Guangzhou Harbor (China)
  • TanjungPriok (Indonesia)
  • Jawaharial Nehru (India)
  • Hanshin (Japan)
  • Tokyo (Japan)
  • Colombo (Sri Lanka)
  • Valencia (Spain)
  • Yokohama (Japan)
  • GioiaTauro (Italy)
  • Ho Chi Minh (Vietnam)
  • Felixstowe (UK)
  • Algeciras bay (Spain)
  • Jeddah (Saudi Arabia)
  • Port Said (Egypt)
  • Salalah (Oman)
  • Lianyungung (China)
  • Manila (Phillipines)
  • Nagoya (Japan)
  • Santos (Brazil)
  • Durban (South Africa)
  • Georgia Ports (USA)
  • Barcelona (Spain)
  • Sharjah (United Arab Emirates)
  • Le Havre (France)
  • Port Metro Vancouver, British Columbia (Canada)
  • Melbourne (Australia)
  • Marsaxlokk (Malta)
  • Ambarli (Turkey)

Source: The Journal of Commerce, August 3, 2009 edition.

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Systems

Evolution

logistics analytics
Logistics Analytics

Prescriptive

Analytics

Predictive

Analytics

2 10 rule

10 Years

2 Years

2/10 Rule
  • 2 years of excited “buzz”
  • 10 years before technology “blossoms”
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Complexity &

Consolidation