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Supply Chain / Business Model Design Development.
Create value proposition. Design, implement, train virtual and international teams (Operations, Key Account Management, System Support, Customer Service, etc.)
Coach and develop client‘s team to continuously improve the tools and methodology of Supply Chain Design.
Strategic Fit and Stretch.
Review the alignment of the Business Strategy to Supply Chain Operation Strategies. Ensuring that both are meeting the objectives of the business and aligned to all other department and functional activity requirements to create value for all.
Costs to Service Customers (CTS)
Reviewing financial statements and major cost activities within the supply chain.
Supply Chain Network Design.
Looking at all nodes within the supply chain network, movement of information, money and material in a timely manner.
Supply Chain Service Performance.
Review and monitor the top key performance indicators (KPI) of each functional area to ensure meeting standards and customer needs.
Review and monitor the top key performance indicators (KPI) of partners to ensure the correct material, quality, charges and delivery times are occurring.
Ethical Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility.
Reviewing procedures, processes and partners to make sure social, environmental, health, safety, ethical, economic and governmental standards are met.
Ensuring proper controls for ordering, delivery and picking correct item and quantity when needed.
Reviewing processes to implement automation systems improvement of current system processes within ERP, WMS, APS, MRP. Ensure correct standards are followed, in a timely manner, and if overall system or procedures could be improved.
An Audit / Assessment of the current state to understand the actual bottleneck areas and difference to required state needed, this includes: -
Reviewing the current business value stream model against the industry standards and required regulatory standards. Looking for “waste” and “unseen opportunities”.
· Meeting with Senior Management decision makers discuss their individual and collective challenges.
· Developing initial GAP and SWOT analysis for opportunities.
· Discuss findings and improvement opportunities with top decision markers.
Analysis: - Understanding the real causes of issue and developing solution options that might generate the best results needed.
· Identify resource / organization gaps and potential opportunities
· Benchmark key performance / financial indicators
· Understand profitability by product / service and by customer
· Establish alignment on significant potential opportunities and prioritize
· Detailed analysis, qualification and quantification of opportunities by area
· Confirmation of opportunities with process owners
· Define policy, process, system, practice actions / deliverables
· Define resource / organization actions / deliverables
We are willing to monitor the implementation of an improvement option that we recommended or agreed with, to ensure the desired expectations are realized.
· Complete “buy-in”, commitment and participation from all stakeholders (including Senior Management, Board members) to drive the change.
· Thoughtful selection of effective working team leaders and members who guide the process.
· Effective roll-out and communication of program objectives, expectations, and progress to the organization.
· Strong project governance and focus on project plan execution with disciplined measurement and results tracking, and creation of standard operation procedures for monitoring.
· Incorporation of program benefits into the budgeting process.
· Monitoring quarterly for six months on the improved areas for opportunities to tweaked for further improvement.