• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
Nissan Final
 

Nissan Final

on

  • 2,434 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
2,434
Views on SlideShare
2,433
Embed Views
1

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
33
Comments
0

1 Embed 1

http://www.slideshare.net 1

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Nissan Final Nissan Final Presentation Transcript

    •  
      • Nissan Motor Company, Limited
      • Established:
        • December 26, 1933 by Yosisuke Aikawa
      • Global Headquarters:
        • Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
      • American Division:
        • Nissan North America, Inc.
        • Torrance, California
      CORPORATE BACKGROUND
      • Tokyo Stock Exchange: #7201
      • NASDAQ: NSANY
      • Fiscal Year Ending March 31st, 2004:
        • Net Sales: ¥7,429,219,000,000
        • $71,130,000,000
      • Employees: 123,748
      • Companies Held: 234 (as of March 2003)
      FINANCIALS
      • President and Chief Executive Officer:
        • Carlos Ghosn
        • June 1999 – Joined Nissan as COO
        • June 2000 – Promoted to President
        • June 2001 – Named as CEO of Nissan
        • Previously with Michelin for 18 years
      • EVP of Supply Chain Management:
        • Tadao Takahashi
      CORPORATE LEADERSHIP
    •  
      • Nissan faces both automotive-industry and
        • global supply chain difficulties.
      • As of August, 2001, time from order to
        • delivery for Japanese domestic market
        • Vehicles exceeded 30 days and 40 days
        • for the American market.
      GLOBAL SCM
      • Nissan made a commitment to reduce
        • order-to-delivery (OTD) times from 30+ days
        • to less than 14 days by Q4 2004.
      • Nissan’s global management approves global
        • deployment of NPW (Nissan Production Way)
        • and embraces the concept of Douki-Seisan
        • to achieve this goal.
      PLANNING AND STRATEGY
      • Douki-Seisan
        • Japanese for “Synchronized Production”
        • “ to coordinate what's produced in manufacturing
        • with the actual customer order, thereby
        • synchronizing all aspects of operations and materials ”
        • “ shop-floor management; problems are
        • solved and improvements are made at the
        • actual place where they arise:
        • on the shop floor”
      NPW AND DOUKI-SEISAN
      • The Nissan Production Way
        • The basis of NPW is drastic cost reductions
        • on all levels in all divisions to be
        • implemented by numerous cross-functional teams.
        • NPW focuses on reducing Nissan’s
        • cost-per-unit by minimizing internal costs,
        • eliminating unnecessary corporate functions,
        • and avoids pressuring suppliers.
      NPW AND DOUKI-SEISAN
      • Operations Benefits
        • Allows for the manufacture of more than three
        • different models on a single assembly line
        • Uses computer-generated input schedules to
        • identify production bottlenecks and produce
        • Work-In-Process schedules
        • Effective throughout entire supply chain
        • from design freeze to paint shop and
        • final delivery
      NPW OPERATIONAL BENEFITS
      • The Nissan Production Way delivers direct consumer value.
      • New models can be:
        • Introduced within 18 months of design freeze
        • Customized and ordered by final consumer
        • via Nissan website
        • Assembled and delivered to customer within
        • two weeks of order
        • Reduces cost to manufacturer, ideally
        • allowing for lower new product prices.
      NPW AND CONSUMER VALUE
      • Environmental:
        • Nissan is dedicated to the management of
        • global CO2 levels and is implementing modal
        • shifts to less-polluting transportation methods.
        • Reduces corporate waste through reduction in
        • paperwork, increase in overall process efficiency,
        • and various unquantified miscellany.
      NPW 'S AUXILLARY BENEFITS
      • Team Members:
        • Eric Ferguson
        • Amber Quarles
        • Anna Hooker
        • Candace Hooker
      • Works Cited:
        • http://www.nissannews.com/site_library/corporate/news/2002speeches/085speech-1.shtml
        • http://www.nissan-global.com/EN/DOCUMENT/PDF/ENVIRONMENT/ER/2003/en_er2003_08.pdf
        • http://www.nissan-global.com/EN/DOCUMENT/PDF/AR/2003/ar2003_04.pdf
        • http://www.decisions.gr/EN/erga1_viomix_nissan.asp
        • http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0KJI/is_9_116/ai_n6206244
        • http://www.purchasing.com/article/CA291071.html
        • http://www.nissannews.com/corporate/bios/docs/ghosn.doc
        • http://www.nissan-global.com/EN/DOCUMENT/PDF/ENVIRONMENT/ER/2003/en_er2003_10.pdf
        • http://www.iese.edu/aplicaciones/news/view.asp?id=51&cs=1&lang=en
        • http://imvp.mit.edu/japan_tour.html
        • http://www.nissan-global.com
        • http://www.nissannews.com
        • http://www.nissandriven.com
        • http://www.google.com
      NISSAN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT