Is technology as a priority means for achieving supply chain performance getting short changed part2

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Is technology as a priority means for achieving supply chain performance getting short changed part2

  1. 1. SUPPLY CHAIN & IT ALIGNMENT Finding Balance and Return
  2. 2. A SUPPLY CHAIN JOURNEY  Supply Chain to IT: “I need to get from LA to New York” Laura L. Dionne / TriQuint Semiconductor 12/3/13 2
  3. 3. RESULTING SOLUTION???? Laura L. Dionne / TriQuint Semiconductor 12/3/13 3
  4. 4. SUPPLY CHAIN & IT COLLABORATION  Enterprise  Reliable System Attributes / Robust  Interconnected  Transportation  Plan of large volumes of data / System of Record  Ironclad  Deeply & Singular design Technical developers (drivers)  Corporate  Strength Oriented Traditional IT Competency is in design of the System Laura L. Dionne / TriQuint Semiconductor 12/3/13 4
  5. 5. SUPPLY CHAIN & IT COLLABORATION  Supply Chain Attributes  Nimble,  High Rapid acceleration & stopping Speed results – Time to Info is short  Multiple Paths / Scenarios  Analytics & Discovery  Custom Design  Multiple Users, minimal SW skills  User Oriented  Strength  Not Laura L. Dionne / TriQuint Semiconductor is in flexibility of the system a lot of truck space! 12/3/13 5
  6. 6. SUPPLY CHAIN & IT COLLABORATION Neither vehicle excels at all required attributes…. each vehicle‟s weakness is the other vehicles strength Laura L. Dionne / TriQuint Semiconductor 12/3/13 6
  7. 7. BUT….. CHOOSE YOUR VEHICLE WISELY… or THIS could happen to you! Laura L. Dionne / TriQuint Semiconductor 12/3/13 7
  8. 8. SOLVING THE DILEMMA  Recognize & Appreciate the Dichotomy of needs  Aligned but not the same  Understand the differences  Speed vs. Size; Analytics vs. POR, Time vs. Complexity    Form should follow function Attributes vs. Software (What vs. How) Results Focused Collaboration   IT understands Supply Chain needs and velocity   Supply Chain understands IT infrastructure Joint accountability for success beyond the Enterprise Collaborate on Design, Selection, Development Deployment Centers of Excellence must balance tool and analytic needs   Business Systems Analysts to bridge gaps Multi-functional „drivers‟ Laura L. Dionne / TriQuint Semiconductor 12/3/13 8
  9. 9. TWO VEHICLES, ONE ROAD • • • • Laura L. Dionne / TriQuint Semiconductor Share Data Rules Management Clear Design Collaboration Travel aligned, Arrive together 12/3/13 9

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