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Smarter Supply Networks Require Smarter Supply Managers. Where do I start?. By Keith Launchbury, CFPIM, CIRM, CSCP. Contents. The Business World Today The Business Need The Benefits of Supply Excellence The Problem with Supply Chain Management The E volution to Supply Networks

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smarter supply networks require smarter supply managers

Smarter Supply NetworksRequireSmarter Supply Managers

Where do I start?

By

Keith Launchbury, CFPIM, CIRM, CSCP

contents
Contents
  • The Business World Today
  • The Business Need
  • The Benefits of Supply Excellence
  • The Problem with Supply Chain Management
  • The Evolution to Supply Networks
  • What is a Smart Supply Network?
  • The Critical Components of Smart Supply Networks
  • The Talent Leadership Gap
  • The Talent Development Model
  • Where do I start?
the business world today is
The Business World Today Is
  • Global
  • Dynamic
  • Fast-paced
  • Very competitive
  • Connected
  • Powered by information
supply management is a vital business need
Supply Management is a Vital Business Need
  • Supply Management is a critical component in all businesses today
  • Supply Management includes
    • Sourcing, Procurement, Acquisition, Production, and Delivery of Products and Services
  • Within any enterprise, provides the vital link between product development and commercialization
supply excellence creates tangible business benefits
Supply Excellence creates tangible Business Benefits
  • Faster new product Introduction
  • Ability to charge premium prices
  • Expanded product offerings
  • Increased customer loyalty
  • Ease of expansion to new market segments
  • Opportunities to benefit from disruptive events
  • Stronger supplier relationships
supply levers for v alue c reation
Supply Levers for Value Creation
  • Information accuracy
  • Reduced variability
  • Increased velocity
  • Reduced costs
  • Increased reliability
  • Quick response
  • Flexible capacity
the problem with supply chain management
The Problem with Supply Chain Management

It is a linear pull system, where the channel master controls

a gang of suppliers

today s reality is supply networks
Today’s reality is Supply Networks
  • The Internet is a good example of a distributed organizational network, where information is communicated rapidly
  • There are many users using different systems but the communication standard ensures that all these different computers and operating systems can exchange information rapidly and accurately
  • This is exactly how a Supply Network should operate
what is a supply network

Supply

Manufacturer

Demand

What is a Supply Network?

Source: Oliver Wight Group

critical components of smart supply networks
Critical components of Smart Supply Networks
  • Agility
  • Security
  • Diversity
  • Integration
  • Connectivity
  • Collaboration
  • Visibility
  • Partnerships
  • Sustainability
the talent leadership gap
The Talent Leadership Gap
  • 90% of Business Leaders call talent development one of the top challenges that they face
  • Many businesses are still hiring technical skills rather than broad based business management skills
businesses need leaders
Businesses need Leaders
  • Businesses require supply network leaders with a broad range of experience
  • These people are supply business experts
importance of supply topics
Importance of Supply Topics

The Chief Supply Chain Officer Report 2011

three levels of supply management
Three levels of Supply Management

Strategic

Tactical

Operational

talent development model
Talent Development Model

Skill Level

Sensei

Master Craftsman

Craftsman

Journeyman

Apprentice

Novice

Time

skill level model colored belts
Skill Level Model (colored belts)

Operational

Tactical

Strategic

skill level 1 supply operative
Skill Level 1 Supply Operative
  • Stock picker
  • Material handler
  • Order packer
  • Equipment operator
  • Cycle counter
  • Forklift driver
  • Warehouse associate
skill level 1 supply operative1
Skill Level 1 Supply Operative
  • Qualifications
    • Can read, count and move stuff around
    • Can use material handling equipment
    • May need a drivers or fork lift truck license
skill level 2 supply lead
Skill Level 2 Supply Lead
  • Warehouse supervisor
  • Cycle count analyst
  • Transportation coordinator
  • Supply chain supervisor
  • Traffic supervisor
  • Distribution center supervisor
skill level 2 supply lead1
Skill Level 2 Supply Lead
  • Qualifications
    • Good with people
    • Good with numbers
    • Completed Introduction to Supply Management Course
skill level 3 supply planner
Skill Level 3 Supply Planner
  • Material planner
  • Buyer
  • Purchasing agent
  • Planner/Buyer
  • Production scheduler
  • Distribution planner
  • Logistics specialist
  • Supply chain analyst
skill level 3 supply planner1
Skill Level 3 Supply Planner
  • Qualifications
    • Business degree or experience
    • Working towards Certification in one related professional program
skill level 4 supply professional
Skill Level 4 Supply Professional
  • Senior planner
  • Supply chain manager
  • Master scheduler
  • Forecast analyst
  • Contract manager
  • Business analyst
  • Warehouse manager
skill level 4 supply professional1
Skill Level 4 Supply Professional
  • Qualifications
    • Business degree or Business experience
    • At least one Certification in a related professional programs
    • Working towards a related Masters Degree
skill level 5 supply manager
Skill Level 5 Supply Manager
  • Planning manager
  • Distribution manager
  • Logistics manager
  • Demand manager
  • Product manager
skill level 5 supply manager1
Skill Level 5 Supply Manager
  • Qualifications
    • Business degree and Business experience
    • Multiple Certifications in related professional programs
    • A Masters Degree in related area
    • Good working knowledge of advanced supply network design and operation
skill level 6 supply director
Skill Level 6 Supply Director
  • Supply chain director
  • Sales director
  • Marketing director
  • Production director
  • Customer service director
  • Information technology director
skill level 6 supply director1
Skill Level 6 Supply Director
  • Qualifications
    • Business degree
    • Multiple Certifications in related professional programs
    • Masters in Supply Chain Management
    • > 5 years experience in Supply Management
    • Demonstrated application of the knowledge and use of advanced supply network design, and information technology
skill level 7 supply executive
Skill Level 7 Supply Executive
  • Chief supply officer
  • Chief customer officer
skill level 7 supply executive1
Skill Level 7 Supply Executive
  • Qualifications
    • Business degree
    • Multiple Certifications in related professional programs
    • Masters in Supply Chain Management
    • >10 years experience in Supply Management
    • Excellent working knowledge of advanced supply network management
the master supply orchestrator
The Master Supply Orchestrator

Leading the business in the application of all the resources in the intelligent, informed and agile supply networks to ensure sustainable future success and competitive advantage

skill level 8 master supply orchestrator
Skill Level 8 Master Supply Orchestrator
  • Capable of designing, and building smart, flexible, adaptive and sustainable Supply Networks
  • Knows and understands the capabilities and constraints of all the resources in the Supply Network
  • Knows how to make the most effective use of all supply network resources
  • Excellent skills and knowledge in the successful integration of organizations, people and technology for competitive advantage
source of supply professional training
Source of Supply Professional Training

The Chief Supply Chain Officer Report 2011

importance of certification
Importance of Certification

Operations and Supply Chain Management Career Paths and Patterns APICS 2012

methods of talent development
Methods of Talent Development

Operations and Supply Chain Management Career Paths and Patterns APICS 2012

talent development model1
Talent Development Model

Skill Level

Where do I start?andWhere would you like to finish?

Sensei

Master Craftsman

Craftsman

Journeyman

Apprentice

Novice

Time