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  • 1. Foundations of Global Supply Chain Management
  • 2. Building Blocks of Supply Chain Management Y. NARAHARI Computer Science and Automation INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE Bangalore – 560 012 [email_address] Foundations of Global Supply Chain Management September 27, 2003
  • 3. Enterprise
    • Network of independent companies possibly
    • in different geographical locations forming a
    • strategic alliance toward the common goal of
    • designing, manufacturing and delivering right
    • quality products/services to customers
      • Functional perspective
      • Process perspective
  • 4. Functional and Process Perspective ORDER - TO - DELIVERY PROCESS SUPPLY CHAIN PROCESS Procurement Distribution Manufacturing Logistics
  • 5. Business Process
    • A structured, measured set of activities ordered in time and space, designed to produce a customer desired output.
      • A business process could be decomposed into several other business processes.
    Business Process Macro Micro
    • SCP
    • ODP
    • NPDP
    • CRM Process
    • Order Mgmt
    • Answering a query from a customer
    • Checking the credit history of customer
  • 6. Supply Chain Process
    • Integrated , coordinated network of value
    • delivering business processes that procure raw
    • materials, transform them into final products,
    • services and delivers the product to the customers
        • Procurement
        • Manufacturing/assembly
        • Inbound logistics
        • Warehousing
        • Distribution
        • Outbound logistics
  • 7. Why study Supply Chains ?
    • Supply chains are ubiquitous: you could consider every product or service to have its own supply chain.
    • Companies world-wide are spending trillions of rupees on SCM
    • Backbone of E-business
    • Wholesome mix of industrial engineering, mathematics, computer science, and management
  • 8. Examples of Supply Chains in India
    • Automotive - Telco, ALL, Mahindra, Maruti
    • Aerospace - ADA, HAL
    • Chemicals - Asian Paints, Apollo tyres, Reliance
    • Apparel - Madura Coats, Reliance
    • Food - Cadbury, Parle, Amul Products, HLL
    • Consumer durables - HLL, P & G
    • Forest Products - Papermills
    • Construction - L & T
    • Pharmaceutical - Ranbaxy, Glaxo
    • Electromechanical – Kirloskar, L & T
    • Tooling - HMT, Widia, Mico
    • PC/ Computer - IBM, WIPRO, HCL, Intel
  • 9. Supply Chain Building Blocks
    • Structural
    Logical IT / ITEC Informational
  • 10. Structural Building Blocks
    • Suppliers
    • Manufacturing / Assembly Plants
    • Warehouses
    • Distribution Centers
    • Retailers / Customers
    • Logistics Network
      • Inbound
      • Outbound
    • Customers Orders
  • 11. Example of a Typical Supply Chain: IBM Europe PC Supply Chain Suppliers (International) 1.2 Million PC/Yr. Glasgow U.K. Warehouse Port PC Assembly Plant 13 Transshipment Points (TPs) in Europe Country-wide Distribution Centers (DCs) Retailers
  • 12. Logical Building Blocks OPERATIONAL TACTICAL STRATEGIC Procurement Distribution Manufacturing Logistics Logistics
  • 13. Order/ Product Flow through Supply Chain Functions Order Management Channel A Channel B Customer Channel C Product Distribution Manufacturing Demand Planning Supply Planning Part Supply Orders Demand Forecast Component Requirement Parts Production Plans Products Products Orders Products Products Orders Orders
  • 14. Examples of Decisions
        • Supplier Selection (Tactical)
        • Plant Location (Strategic)
        • Product Line Selection (Strat)
        • Inventory Control (Tactical)
        • Production Scheduling (Ops)
        • Dynamic routing (Ops)
        • MTO vs MTS vs BTO (Str)
  • 15. Mathematical Models
        • Optimization Models (LP, ILP, MILP, CO, DP)
        • Stochastic Models (Markov chains, Queuing networks, etc.)
        • Statistical Models
        • Game Theory
        • Simulation
        • Machine learning
        • Auctions and Mechanism Design
  • 16. Information Building Blocks
        • IT : MRP, ERP, EDI
        • Internet Technologies
        • Sensor Networks
        • E-Commerce, E-Markets
        • E-CRM
        • Decision Support Software
        • Standards
  • 17. Key Problem in SCM
    • Design a supply chain network
    • that delivers high quality
    • products to the right customers
    • at the right time at minimum cost
  • 18. Foundations of Global SCM This one day workshop will introduce to you the important concepts and issues involved in successful design and operation of supply chain networks
  • 19. What is Coming….
        • Srinivas Raghavan - Dynamics
        • Dinesh Garg - Planning
        • Mathirajan - Logistics
        • Shyam Bhaskar – Best Practices
        • Kameshwaran – E-Markets
        • Chandrashekar - Procurement
        • Visvanathan - SCM Automation
        • Narahari Y– What Next?
  • 20. What Next? Books on SCM:
    • Sunil Chopra and Peter Meindl. Supply Chain Management: Strategy, Planning, and Operation. Pearson Education Asia, 2001.
    • David Simchi Levi, P. Kaminsky, and Edith Simchi Levi, Designing and Managing the Supply Chain, Irwin-McGrawHill, 2000
    • W.J. Hopp and M.L. Spearman. Factory Physics: Foundations of Manufacturing Management, Irwin-McGrawHill, 1996
    • N. Viswanadham . Analysis and Design of Manufacturing Enterprises, Kluwer, 2000
    • N. Viswanadham and Y. Narahari. Performance Modeling of Automated Manuafacturing Systems, Prentice Hall, 1992
  • 21. What Next? Papers on SCM
    • Journals such as Interfaces, Operations Research, Management Science, European Journal of Operational Research
    • Websites such as www.amrresearch.com
    • Our own website: http://lcm.csa.iisc.ernet.in/scm/scm.html
    • http://lcm.csa.iisc.ernet.in/workshop/index.html
  • 22. What Next? Contact any of us:
    • Narahari [email_address]
    • Raghavan [email_address]
    • Mathirajan [email_address]
    • Shyam Bhaskar [email_address]
    • Kameshwaran [email_address]
    • Chandrashekar [email_address]
    • Dinesh Garg [email_address]
    • Visvanathan [email_address]
  • 23. What Next?
    • Start working in SCM …..
    • Wish you all the very best ….
    • See you again very soon ….
    • December 15 th and 16 th , 2003
    • International Workshop on IT Enabled Manufacturing, Logistics, and SCM