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201102 Constellation Research's Seven Ss of Supply Chain Management by Jeff Ashcroft 201102 Constellation Research's Seven Ss of Supply Chain Management by Jeff Ashcroft Presentation Transcript

  • Introducing Constellation Research
    Launch Overview &
    The Seven S's of Supply Chain Management
    Jeff Ashcroft
    VP & Principal Analyst
    R “Ray” Wang
    Principal Analyst & CEO
    Winter 2011
  • Countdown is Over! All Systems Go!
  • Our clients engage us for 3 reasons
    4
  • How we partner with our clients
    5
  • Clients engage via open and syndicated research models
    6
  • The Seven S’s of Supply Chain Management
    Jeff Ashcroft
    Vice President & Principal Analyst
    SC Research themes for 2011 & beyond
    Winter 2011
  • Seven S’s of Supply Chain Management
    8
  • syn-er-gy
    9
    n.pl.syn·er·gies1. The interaction of two or more agents or forces so that their combined effect is greater than the sum of their individual effects.
    2. Cooperative interaction among groups, especially among the acquired subsidiaries or merged parts of a corporation, that creates an enhanced combined effect.
  • The Search for Supply Chain Synergy
    10
  • Standards: The Foundation for SCM
    11
  • se·man·tic
    12
    semantic  (sɪˈmæntɪk) — adj1. of or relating to meaning or arising from distinctions between the meanings of different words or symbols 2. of or relating to semantics 3. logic  concerned with the interpretation of a formal theory, as when truth tables are given as an account of the sentential connectives [C19: from Greek sēmantikos having significance, from sēmainein to signify, from sēma a sign]
  • Emerging Semantic Standards:
    13
  • 14
    Serialization
    UPC Barcodes all products same
    RFID & 2D codes can serialize
    Traceability /Recalls (Food & more)
  • 15
    Serialization
    Counterfeiting
    e-Pedigree – Chain of Custody
    Sustainability
  • 16
    Sustainability
    Sustainability
    75% of Carbon Footprint comes from Supply Chain
    Competitive Advantage or Disadvantage coming
    Cap & Trade will undo 20 years of Centralization
  • 17
    Sustainability
    Sustainability
    Opportunity to establish new regional LEED facilities
    Network strategy tools integrating carbon needed
    Ongoing carbon tracking requires Serialization
  • syn-chron-iz-ation
    18
    synchronization  (siŋ′krənīz′, sin′-)
    1. General: Process of precisely coordinating or matching two or more activities, devices, or processes in time. See also synchronous.
    2. Computing: Process of making two or more data storage devices or programs (in the same or different computers) having exactly the same information at a given time.
  • 8 Dimensions Supply Chain Synchronization
    8
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    19
  • The Cultural Issues Surrounding Supply Chain Synchronization
    20
  • Dis-in-fo-med-i-ation
    21
    Removing the information middleman. A variation on the term disintermediation a popular buzzword used to describe many Internet-based businesses that use the World Wide Web to sell products directly to customers rather than going through traditional retail channels.
    The elimination of the information middleman, in order to gain direct access to and more efficiently analyze and share information. Many people believe that the Internet will revolutionize the way information is collected, analyzed, shared and accessed, and disinfomediation will result when middlemen resist or underperform in the information revolution.
    Jeff Ashcroft July 2000
  • 22
    Communications P2P, P2M, M2P & M2M
    Comms Knowledge Creation vs email silos
    Decision Process Compression
  • 23
    Innovation Ideas & People Input
    Decision Process Compression
    Social Sensors Across Global Supply Chains
  • 24
    Collaborative Synchronization
    Joint Synergy Identification
    Organization/Process optimization through analyzing social graph
  • 25
  • Future Agile Social Networking Model
  • Supply Chain Research Agenda
    Jeff Ashcroft
    Vice President & Principal Analyst
    First Half 2011
  • Blogs
    28
  • Tweet chats
    29
  • Planned webinars
    30
  • Client only research
    31
  • Inside Constellation Research
    Ray Wang
    Principal Analyst & CEO
    A quick overview on how we work with our clients
  • Research Team
    33
  • Personalized programs tailored to meet buy side/ user requirements
    34
    Relationship and Level of Customization
  • Research as a Service credit model provides flexible access
    35
  • Questions And Answers
  • Partner with our relationship based professional sales team
    David Stanley, Vice President of Business Development and Sales
    Email: David@ConstellationRG.com
    Office: 719.357.7826
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    Kieran Barr, Senior Director, Business Development and Sales
    Email: kieran@ConstellationRG.com
    Office: 206.409.5009
    Twitter: @kierobar
    37