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Supply chain panel

  1. 1. Supply Chain Disruption & Resiliency David Landsman – Director, Strategic Alliances 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 • @mfgsourcing on Twitter & author of the Sourcing on the Edge blog 3
  4. 4. – The Facts• 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” •• 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