L'intervento di Abe Abe Eshkenazi, CEO di APICS aI "Supply Chain Award for Apics training"di Advance School

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Latina 6 novembre 2013. Abe Eshkenazi, CEO di APICS, la piu' grande associazione al mondo nell'area Operations e Supply Chain Management si è unito a Daniele Meldolesi e Anne Simone Pfister, Partner della scuola Advance, per consegnare il "Supply Chain Award 2013 for APICS training" a 5 importanti multinazionali del territorio: Janssen Cilag, Pfizer, AbbVie, Johnson&Johnson e Haupt Pharma.

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L'intervento di Abe Abe Eshkenazi, CEO di APICS aI "Supply Chain Award for Apics training"di Advance School

  1. 1. Supply Chain Trends November 6, 2013
  2. 2. Key Market Trends §  Centralization of corporate decision making §  Integration of supply chain §  Globalization of supply chain §  Internet (online delivery, networking) §  Professionalization of workforce (more degrees) §  Government funding (especially China, Singapore) §  2 Sophisticated competition – universities, consulting firms © APICS Confidential and Proprietary
  3. 3. Growing Awareness of Supply Chain and Operations Management The profile of supply chain and operations management professionals is rising. Major news organizations discuss, e.g., §  Supply chain disruptions (2011 tsunami) §  Bill of materials (Apple products) §  Ethical supply chains (manufacturing work conditions) 3 © APICS Confidential and Proprietary
  4. 4. Corner Office: (SCM) Strategy Executive teams realize that supply chain excellence is a competitive advantage. Traditionally, the advantage was cost reduction: → Operate lean and efficiently → Reduce waste → Reduce inventory → Strategic use of capacity and assets → Low cost labor Focus now is on value creation for the entire supply chain 4 © APICS Confidential and Proprietary
  5. 5. New and Growing SCM Challenges Supply chain risk §  Supplier disruptions –  Availability of capital; recessions Globalization-related §  Emerging markets as suppliers and customers §  McKinsey projects that 1.8 billion people will join the global consuming class by 2025 expanding demand for products produced across the globe. 5 © APICS Confidential and Proprietary
  6. 6. New and Growing SCM Challenges Sustainability – People, planet, and profit §  Satisfy customer expectations §  Government regulations Moving from board room to shop floor Lack of consensus on definition and measurement of sustainability 6 © APICS Confidential and Proprietary
  7. 7. Talent Management is More of a problem at entry level More of a problem at senior leadership 7.4% 17.4% 36.2% Similar across all levels More of a problem at mid level 0.0% CSCO Report 2011, SCM World 7 © APICS Confidential and Proprietary 39.0% 20.0% 40.0% 60.0%
  8. 8. Talent and High-Performing Supply Chains, Gartner 2011 8 © APICS Confidential and Proprietary
  9. 9. Biggest challenges in SC Talent Acquisition Lack of budget to hire needed positions 35.0% Perceived lack of career path or future 34.0% Poor leadership, soft skills, or others difficult to develop 35.0% Slow/complex internal hiring processes 32.0% Lack of available skilled or experienced talent 0.0% APICS Research May 2012 9 © APICS Confidential and Proprietary 53.0% 20.0% 40.0% 60.0%
  10. 10. Biggest challenges in SC Talent Development 12% Demographic shifts causing loss of talent 28% Developing talent globally Meeting compensation and work/life requirements 36% Lack of recognition of SC training importance 61% Best staff leaving for other positions/ employers 32% Insufficient training for technology and processes 43% 0% APICS Research May 2012 10 © APICS Confidential and Proprietary 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70%
  11. 11. Challenges in respect of knowledge workers CSCO Report 2012, SCM World 11 © APICS Confidential and Proprietary
  12. 12. Manufacturing productivity Manufacturing value added per worker $118,419 United States $92,960 Japan $84,565 United Kingdom Republic of Korea $76,346 $71,529 Canada France $63,992 $60,842 Germany $56,208 Italy $51,576 Spain Mexico $28,226 India $28,051 Brazil $14,105 China $13,266 $0 $20,000 Source: NAM 12 © APICS Confidential and Proprietary $40,000 $60,000 $80,000 $100,000 $120,000 $140,000
  13. 13. Businesses are optimistic about their own growth prospects and the global economy Business optimism year-to-year 85% 83% Your company 90% 73% 71% Your industry 49% 47% U.S. economy 62% 33% World economy 17% 50% 0% 13 2013 2012 2011 78% © APICS Confidential and Proprietary 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%
  14. 14. Preparing the workforce Association Company Academic • SC/OM theory • Broad perspective • Safe environment 14 © APICS Confidential and Proprietary • Internships • Rotational opptys • Real world experience • Career planning • Professional development • Mentoring • Certifications • Research/ unbiased
  15. 15. Questions 15 © APICS Confidential and Proprietary

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