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Supply chain panel

  1. 1. Supply Chain Disruption & Resiliency David Landsman – Director, Strategic Alliances MFG.com Bill Michels – C.P.S.M. & CEO ADR North America
  2. 2. Your Hosts • 6x Supply & Demand Chain Executive Pro to Know • Co-Author: Transforming Your Supply Chain • Senior management positions with; SCM Corporation, Smith Corona Typewriters, Durkee Famous Foods, Boise Cascade, and Campbell Soup Company • @sourcingguy on Twitter & author of the Sourcing Guy blog. 2
  3. 3. Your Hosts • 10 yrs experience domestic & LCC sourcing • Led the Tier 1 Automotive Sourcing Practice at First Index • Built the Sourcing, Engineering & Global QA groups at MFG.com • @mfgsourcing on Twitter & author of the Sourcing on the Edge blog 3
  4. 4. MFG.com – The Facts• MFG.com is the only place manufacturers can source real-time in a “true” marketplace setting • “One of the 15•• Founded in 2000 Global Company headquartered companies that in Atlanta, with operations in Shanghai and Paris will change the• Marketplace available in 7 languages, over 50 currencies world” • -CNNMoney.com• Serves over 300 manufacturing categories• Over 200,000 members in 50 countries• Suppliers pay an annual subscription to participate in the quoting and collaborative process with buyers 4
  5. 5. Today’s Program• Japan crisis – Global Impact• Managing Supply Chain Risks• Moving Production Closer to Consumption• Where Does Resiliency Begin?• KPIs & Assessment• Takeaways• Questions & Discussion 5
  6. 6. JapanThe earthquake, tsunami, and fallout have substantially impacted the global supply chain and will for years to come. 6
  7. 7. Managing Supply Chain Risks Do you know where your risks are? The more transparent the supply chain, the better chance to avoid or mitigate risks before they happen. 7
  8. 8. Types of Risk• Product tampering • Bankruptcy• Exchange rates • Business interruption• Patent infringement • Product liability• Legal • Prolonged equipment• Political breakdowns• Fire/explosion • Natural catastrophes• Counterfeit products • Environmental• Product recall impairment• Credit/financial • Regulatory issues • Security 8
  9. 9. Moving Production Closer to Consumption Understanding the shifting economics, sustainabilityconcerns and the desire to shrink the overall supply chain is driving manufacturing back on shore. 9
  10. 10. Where does resiliency begin? Assembling a cross functional team is critical to risk mitigation. What are the potential risks? What is the fall out? How does recovery happen? 10
  11. 11. KPIs & Assessment Realism is a critical component when assessing organizations. Is what you think will happen a realisticoutcome? Have you accounted for the human element? 11
  12. 12. Takeaways!• Ensure Your Supply Chain is Geographically Diverse• Take a Risk Management Approach to Supply Chain Management• Develop a Plan to Manage Supply Chain Risk & Potential Disruption• Move Production Closer to Consumption (Re-shoring)• Form a Cross-Functional Risk Management Team• Be Realistic with Drills 12
  13. 13. Questions & Discussion 13

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