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Matt Davis
Supply Chain Strategy and Risk
Management
End-to-End Volatility Has Exponential
Impacts on Value Chain Networks
Risk A Priority?
3%
3%
9%
9%
12%
18%
23%
25%
28%
29%
39%
42%
59%
Compliance with government mandates
Other
Supply chain risk
Moving from domestic to global supply chain
Transportation and Logistics Performance
Lack of external cross functional collaboration and visibility
Supplier performance, "supply variability"
Volatile and uncontrollable supply chain costs
Cost and or length of time to deploy applications
Inability to coordinate and synchronize end-to-end supply
chain processes
Lack of internal cross functional collaboration and visibility
Supply chain network complexity
Forecast accuracy, "demand variability"
Obstacles to Achieving SCM Goals
A New World of Demand Volatility
Challenges Today's Basics
Challenges Opportunities
Commodity Fluctuations
Big Data
Natural Disasters
Predictive Analytics
Early Warning
Supplier Segmentation
Supply Chain Strategy is Built Upon the
Right Foundation of Basics
End-to-End
SC Process
Outside-In
View
Technology
Cost
Optimized
Risk
Management
Global Network
Management
Demand
Management
Profitable
Tradeoffs
Align to
Customer Value
Services Sustainability
Aligned
X-Functional
Objectives
Tomorrow's Profitability and Innovation
Require New Capabilities
End-to-End
SC Process
Outside-In
View
Aligned
X-Functional
Objectives
Technology
Cost
Optimized
Risk
Management
Global Network
Management
Demand
Management
Segmentation Cost to Serve Resiliency
Predictive
Analysis
End-to-End
Visibility
Talent
Management
Integrated PLM
Downstream Data
Management
Profitable
Tradeoffs
Services Sustainability
Align to
Customer Value
Supply Chain Resiliency is Based on Multiple Factors
MULTI-TIER
SUPPLY CHAIN
VISIBILITY
RISK
MANAGEMENT
SUPPLY
NETWORK
DESIGN
SUPPLY CHAIN
AGILITY
Balanced
Supply Chain
Resilience
Strong Focus on
Tier n Supplier
Quality
Supply/ Demand
Collaboration with
Tier n Suppliers
Respond to
Varying Demand
At Same
Quantity,
Quality, Cost
Robust Risk
Sensing for Tier n
Suppliers
Segmented Mfg
and Logistics
Networks
Design for
Extended Supply
Chain
Reduced Sole
Sourcing with Tier
n Suppliers
Consciously
Placed Inventory
Buffers
Geo-Diverse
Supply Footprint
Mature Biz
Continuity Risk
Mgmt: People.
Process & Tools
Risk Mitigation
Cost-Benefit
Navigating the Uncertain Waters ..
Becoming Resilient
Vision. Plan. Execution.