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Purchasing and Supply Management : With 50 Supply Chain Cases

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Summary

Purchasing and supply management has become increasingly visible in a world where supply is a major determinant of corporate survival and success. Supply chain performance influences not only operational and financial risks but also reputational risk. Extending the supply chain globally into developing countries places new responsibilities on supplier and supply, not only to monitor environmental, social, political and security concerns, but also to influence them. The job of today's supply manager goes beyond the scope of efficiency and value, into the search for competitive advantage. Book jacket.

Author Biography

Michiel Leenders, D.B.A., PMAC Fellow Leenders Purchasing Management Association of Canada Chair Professor of Purchasing Management Emeritus Richard Ivey School of Business The University of Western Ontario P. Fraser Johnson, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Operations Management Richard Ivey School of Business The University of Western Ontario Anna Flynn, Ph.D., C.P.M. Vice President Institute for Supply Management (formerly NAPM) Harold Fearon, Ph.D., C.P.M. The National Association of Purchasing Management Professor Emeritus and Founder and Director Emeritus Center for Advanced Purchasing Studies Arizona State University

Table of Contents

Purchasing and Supply Management
1(26)
Purchasing and Supply Management
3(3)
Definitions
4(1)
Supply and Logistics
5(1)
The Size of an Organization's Spend and Financial Significance
6(2)
Supply Contribution
8(5)
The Operational versus Strategic Contribution of Supply
9(1)
The Direct and Indirect Contribution of Supply
9(4)
Decision Making in the Supply Management Context
13(1)
The Differences between Commercial and Consumer Acquisition
14(1)
Supply Qualifications and Associations
14(3)
Challenges Facing Purchasing and Supply Management over the Next Decade
17(1)
Technology
17(1)
Supply Chain Management
17(1)
Measurement
17(1)
Growth and Influence
17(1)
Effective Contribution to Corporate Success
18(1)
The Organization of This Text
18(1)
Conclusion
19(1)
Questions for Review and Discussion
19(1)
References
19(1)
Addresses
20(1)
Cases
21(6)
Custom Equipment
21(2)
Roger Gray
23(1)
Cottrill Inc.
24(3)
Supply Organization
27(31)
Objectives of Supply Management
29(3)
Organizational Structures for Supply Management
32(8)
Small and Medium-Sized Organizations
32(1)
Specialization within the Supply Function
32(4)
Large Organizations
36(1)
Centralized Supply Structure
36(1)
Decentralized Supply Structure
36(1)
Hybrid Supply Structure
36(2)
Structure for Direct and Indirect Spend
38(1)
Managing Organizational Change in Supply
39(1)
Organizing the Supply Group
40(2)
The Chief Purchasing Officer (CPO)
40(1)
Profile of the CPO
41(1)
CPO Trends
41(1)
Reporting Relationship
42(1)
Supply Activities and Responsibilities
42(3)
What Is Acquired
42(1)
Supply Chain Activities
43(1)
Type of Involvement
43(1)
Involvement in Corporate Activities
44(1)
Influence of the Industry Sector on Supply Activities
45(1)
Supply Teams
45(5)
Leading and Managing Teams
46(1)
Cross-Functional Supply Teams
46(2)
Teams with Supplier Participation
48(1)
Teams with Customer Participation
48(1)
Co-location of Supply with Internal Customers
48(1)
Co-location of Suppliers in the Buying Organization
48(1)
Supplier Councils
48(1)
Supply Councils
49(1)
Consortia
49(1)
Conclusion
50(1)
Questions for Review and Discussion
51(1)
References
51(1)
Cases
52(6)
Duchess University
52(2)
Roger Haskett
54(4)
Supply Processes
58(32)
The Supply Management Process
60(2)
Strategy and Goal Alignment
60(1)
Ensuring Process Compliance
61(1)
Steps in the Supply Process
61(1)
Recognition of Need
62(1)
Description of the Need
62(3)
Types of Requisitions
63(1)
Flow of the Requisition
64(1)
Early Supply and Supplier Involvement
65(1)
Identification of Potential Sources
65(2)
Issuing an RFx
65(1)
Linking Organizational and Category Strategy
66(1)
Supplier Selection and Determination of Terms
67(1)
Preparation and Placement of the Purchase Order
67(4)
Format and Routing
67(4)
Follow-Up and Expediting
71(2)
Cost and Benefits
73(1)
Receipt and Inspection of Goods
73(1)
Eliminating or Reducing Inspection
74(1)
Invoice Clearing and Payment
74(2)
Aligning Supply and Accounts Payable
75(1)
Cash Discounts and Late Invoices
75(1)
Streamlining the Receiving, Invoicing, and Payment Process
76(1)
Maintenance of Records and Relationships
76(1)
Linking Data to Decisions
77(1)
Managing Supplier Relationships
77(1)
A Supply Process Flowchart
77(2)
Rush and Small-Value Orders
79(2)
Rush or Emergency Orders
79(1)
Small-Value Orders and Efficiency Tools
79(2)
Policy and Procedure Manual
81(2)
Conclusion
83(1)
Questions for Review and Discussion
83(1)
References
83(1)
Cases
84(6)
Mike Wesley
84(2)
UIL Inc.
86(1)
Southeastern University
87(3)
Information Systems and Technology
90(25)
Information Management
92(2)
Information Systems
92(2)
Information System Technology Use in Supply Management
94(1)
Software
94(1)
Commonly Used Technology Tools
95(1)
Electronic Communication
96(5)
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
96(1)
Extensible Markup Language (XML)
97(1)
Intranets and Extranets
98(1)
E-Marketplaces
99(1)
Electronic or Online Catalogs
99(1)
RFID
100(1)
Online Auctions
101(4)
Reverse Auctions
102(1)
When to Use Reverse Auctions
102(1)
Conducting Reverse Auction Events
102(1)
Ethical Issues with Reverse Auctions
103(1)
Potential Problems with Using Online Auctions
104(1)
Implications for Supply
105(1)
Conclusion
106(1)
Glossary of Terms
106(2)
Questions for Review and Discussion
108(1)
References
108(1)
Cases
109(6)
Cable and Wireless plc (A)
109(1)
Establishing E-Business Standards at Deere & Company
110(3)
Hemingway College
113(2)
Quality, Specification, and Service
115(33)
Determination of Need
116(2)
Early Supply and Supplier Involvement
117(1)
Methods of Description
118(5)
Description by Brand
119(1)
``Or Equal''
119(1)
Description by Specification
119(2)
Description by Engineering Drawing
121(1)
Miscellaneous Methods of Description
121(1)
Combination of Descriptive Methods
122(1)
Sources of Specification Data
122(1)
Standardization and Simplification
123(1)
Quality, Suitability, and Best Buy
124(6)
Quality
124(1)
Suitability
125(1)
Reliability
125(1)
Quality Dimensions
125(1)
``Best Buy''
126(1)
Determining the ``Best Buy''
126(1)
The Cost of Quality
126(3)
Continuous Improvement
129(1)
ISO 9000 Quality Standards and the Malcolm Baldrige Award
130(1)
Total Quality Management (TQM)
131(1)
Quality Function Deployment (QFD)
131(1)
Inspection and Testing
132(3)
Testing and Samples
132(1)
Inspection
133(1)
Quality Assurance and Quality Control
134(1)
Process Control
135(5)
Adjustments and Returns
139(1)
Supplier Certification
140(1)
Service
140(1)
Conclusion
141(1)
Questions for Review and Discussion
141(1)
References
142(1)
Cases
142(6)
Bright Technology International
142(2)
Air Quality Systems Inc.
144(1)
Synergy Metals Inc.
145(3)
Quantity and Inventory
148(30)
Inventory Management
149(1)
Functions and Forms of Inventories
150(6)
The Functions of Inventory
150(3)
The Forms of Inventory
153(1)
Inventory Function and Form Framework
153(2)
Managing Supply Chain Inventories
155(1)
ABC Classification
156(2)
Costs of Inventories
158(2)
Forecasting
160(1)
Forecasting Techniques
160(1)
Determining Order Quantities and Inventory Levels
161(5)
Fixed-Quantity Models
161(2)
Fixed-Period Models
163(1)
Probabilistic Models and Service Coverage
163(1)
Buffer or Safety Stocks and Service Levels
164(2)
Material Requirements Planning (MRP)
166(2)
MRP Inputs
166(1)
MRP Lot Sizing
166(1)
Modern MRP Systems
167(1)
Supply Implications of MRP
168(1)
Lean Supply and JIT
168(4)
Kanban Systems
170(1)
JIT and Inventory Management
171(1)
JIT Implications for Supply Management
171(1)
Conclusion
172(1)
Questions for Review and Discussion
172(1)
References
172(1)
Cases
173(5)
Connecticut Circuit Manufacturers
173(2)
Abbey Paquette
175(1)
Sedgman Steel
176(2)
Transportation and Delivery
178(19)
Organization for Logistics Decisions
180(1)
FOB Terms and Incoterms
180(2)
Transportation
182(2)
Supply's Involvement in Transportation
183(1)
Transportation Regulation and Deregulation
183(1)
Transportation Carriers
184(3)
Motor Carriers
184(1)
Rail Carriers and Intermodal
185(1)
Air Carriers
185(1)
Water Carriers
185(1)
Pipelines
185(1)
Selection of Mode and Carrier
186(1)
Rates and Pricing
187(1)
Other Transportation Service Providers
188(1)
Documentation in Freight Shipments
189(2)
Freight Audits
191(1)
Expediting and Tracing Shipments
191(1)
Developing a Transportation and Logistics Strategy
191(1)
Conclusion
192(1)
Questions for Review and Discussion
193(1)
References
193(1)
Cases
194(3)
Great Western Bank
194(1)
Geo Products
194(1)
Penner Medical Products
195(2)
Price
197(37)
Relation of Cost to Price
198(4)
Meaning of Cost
199(2)
How Suppliers Establish Price
201(1)
The Cost Approach
201(1)
The Market Approach
201(1)
Government Influence on Pricing
202(1)
Legislation Affecting Price Determination
202(1)
Types of Purchases
203(4)
Raw Materials/Sensitive Commodities
204(1)
Special Items
205(1)
Standard Production Items
205(1)
Small-Value Items
206(1)
The Use of Quotations and Competitive Bidding
207(4)
Firm Bidding
208(1)
Determination of Most Advantageous Bid
209(1)
Collusive Bidding
210(1)
The Problem of Identical Prices
210(1)
Provision for Price Changes
211(2)
Contract Cancellation
213(1)
Forward Buying and Commodities
214(5)
Forward Buying versus Speculation
214(1)
Organizing for Forward Buying
215(1)
Control of Forward Buying
215(1)
The Commodity Exchanges
216(1)
Limitations of the Exchanges
217(1)
Hedging
217(2)
Sources of Information Regarding Price Trends
219(1)
Conclusion
219(1)
Questions for Review and Discussion
220(1)
References
220(1)
Cases
221(13)
MasTech Inc.
221(1)
Chevron Corporation: The PC Selection Team (Abridged)
222(4)
Commodity Purchasing Game
226(6)
Price Forecasting Exercise
232(2)
Cost Management, Discounts, and Negotiation
234(21)
Cost Management
235(6)
Total Cost of Ownership
237(1)
Target Pricing
238(1)
The Learning Curve or Manufacturing Progress Function
239(1)
Activity-Based Costing
240(1)
Discounts
241(5)
Cash Discounts
241(1)
Trade Discounts
242(1)
Multiple Discounts
242(1)
Quantity Discounts
243(1)
The Price-Discount Problem
243(1)
Quantity Discounts and Source Selection
244(1)
Cumulative or Volume Discounts
245(1)
Negotiation
246(4)
Negotiation Strategy and Practice
246(2)
Framework for Planning and Preparing for Negotiation
248(2)
Conclusion
250(1)
Questions for Review and Discussion
250(1)
References
251(1)
Cases
251(4)
Deere Cost Management
251(2)
McMichael Inc.
253(2)
Supplier Selection
255(35)
The Supplier Selection Decision
256(2)
Decision Trees
257(1)
Identifying Potential Sources
258(5)
Information Sources
259(4)
The Evaluation of Potential Sources
263(2)
Technical, Engineering, and Manufacturing and Distribution Strengths
263(1)
Management and Financial Evaluation
264(1)
Supplier Evaluation Methods
265(4)
Informal and Semiformal Evaluation and Rating
266(1)
Formal Supplier Evaluation and Rating
267(2)
Linking Sourcing with Strategy
269(13)
Single versus Multiple Sourcing
270(2)
Manufacturer versus Distributor
272(1)
Geographical Location of Sources
272(1)
Supplier Size
273(1)
Social, Political, and Environmental Concerns
274(4)
Joint Purchasing with Supplier
278(1)
Purchasing for Company Personnel
278(1)
Risk Assessment
279(1)
Strategy Development
280(2)
Conclusion
282(1)
Questions for Review and Discussion
282(1)
References
282(1)
Cases
283(7)
Quotech Inc.
283(2)
Bid Evaluation
285(3)
Somers Office Products Inc.
288(2)
Investment Recovery
290(18)
North American Environmental Initiatives
292(1)
ISO 14000 Environmental Standards
293(1)
Benefits of Effective Disposal
294(1)
Categories of Material for Disposal
295(4)
Excess or Surplus Materials
296(1)
Obsolete Material or Equipment
296(1)
Rejected End Products
296(1)
Scrap Material
297(1)
Waste
297(1)
Hazardous Waste
298(1)
Responsibility for Material Disposal
299(1)
Keys to Profitable Disposal
300(1)
Disposal Channels
300(2)
Disposal Procedures
302(1)
Selecting the Right Disposal Partner
303(1)
Conclusion
304(1)
Questions for Review and Discussion
305(1)
References
305(1)
Cases
306(2)
Miltec Inc.
306(1)
Ornex
306(2)
Supply Law and Ethics
308(34)
Legal Authority
309(2)
Personal Liability
311(1)
Authority of Suppliers' Representatives
312(1)
The Uniform Commercial Code
312(9)
The Purchase Order Contract
313(1)
Acceptance of Orders
314(1)
Purchases Made Orally--Statute of Frauds
315(1)
Inspection
316(1)
Acceptance and Rejection of Goods
317(1)
Warranties
318(1)
Title to Purchased Goods
319(1)
Protection against Price Fluctuations
319(1)
Cancellation of Orders and Breach of Contract
320(1)
Common Law and the Purchase of Services
321(1)
E-Commerce and the Law
321(3)
Electronic Signatures
322(1)
Uniform Electronic Transactions Act
323(1)
Antitrust and E-Marketplaces
323(1)
Intellectual Property Laws
324(2)
Copy right Law
324(1)
Patents
325(1)
Trademarks
326(1)
Industrial Design
326(1)
Geographical Indication
326(1)
Product Liability
326(1)
Alternative Dispute Resolution
327(2)
Commercial Arbitration
328(1)
Mediation
328(1)
Internal Escalation
329(1)
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act
329(1)
Ethics
329(6)
Perceptions and Conflict of Interest
332(1)
Gifts and Gratuities
332(2)
Promotion of Positive Relationships with Suppliers
334(1)
Reciprocity
335(1)
Social Responsibility
335(2)
Conclusion
337(1)
Questions for Review and Discussion
337(1)
References
338(1)
Cases
338(4)
Brassco
338(1)
Lancaster Life Insurance Co.
339(3)
Research and Metrics
342(28)
Organizing for Supply Research
343(3)
Full-Time or Part-Time Research Positions
345(1)
Cross-Functional Teams
345(1)
Supply Research Opportunities
346(7)
Purchased Materials, Products, or Services
347(1)
Value Analysis
347(2)
Target Costing
349(1)
Commodities
350(1)
Suppliers
351(2)
Relationship Classification
353(1)
Supply Processes
353(1)
Assessing Research Results
354(1)
Supply Planning Process
354(1)
Supply Budgets
354(1)
Performance Measurement Systems
355(4)
The Value of Supply Metrics
355(1)
The Challenges
356(1)
Measuring Supplier Performance
357(1)
Key Supplier Performance Indicators
357(1)
Supply Management Performance Metrics
357(2)
Establishing Metrics
359(4)
Efficiency Metrics
359(1)
Effectiveness Metrics
359(1)
Operating Reports
359(2)
Validating Results
361(1)
Appraising Team Performance
361(1)
Supply Performance Benchmarking
361(2)
Conclusion
363(1)
Questions for Review and Discussion
363(1)
References
363(1)
Cases
364(6)
City of Granston
364(2)
Industrial Products Corporation (IPC)
366(4)
Global Supply
370(28)
The Importance of Global Supply
371(3)
Reasons for Global Purchasing
372(2)
Potential Problem Areas
374(6)
Incoterms
380(3)
Information Sources for Locating and Evaluating International Suppliers
383(1)
Global Sourcing Organizations
384(2)
Intermediaries
386(1)
Countertrade
386(3)
Barter/Swaps
387(1)
Offset Arrangements
387(1)
Counterpurchase
387(1)
Buyback/Compensation
387(1)
Switch Trade
388(1)
Foreign Trade Zones
389(3)
Foreign Trade Zones Compared with Bonded Warehouses
391(1)
Maquiladoras
391(1)
TIBs and Duty Drawbacks
391(1)
Free Trade Agreements
392(1)
Conclusion
392(1)
Questions for Review and Discussion
393(1)
References
393(1)
Cases
394(4)
Global Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
394(1)
Andrew Morton
395(3)
Public Supply Management
398(24)
Characteristics of Public Supply
400(5)
Source of Authority
400(1)
Budgetary Restrictions/Limitations
401(1)
Outside Pressures
401(1)
Government Programs
401(1)
Interest Costs
402(1)
Inspection
403(1)
Transportation and Logistics
403(1)
Past Performance and Switching Cost
403(1)
Transparency and Confidentiality
404(1)
Importance of Specifications
404(1)
Acquisition Procedures
405(4)
The Bid Process
405(4)
Military Supply
409(2)
Firm-Fixed-Price (FFP) Contract
410(1)
Cost-Plus-Fixed-Fee (CPFF) Contract
410(1)
Cost-No-Fee (CNF) Contract
410(1)
Cost-Plus-Incentive-Fee (CPIF) Contract
410(1)
State, Local, and Municipal Supply
411(2)
Cooperative or Consortium Purchasing
411(1)
Governmentwide and Cooperative Contracts
412(1)
Local-Bidder Preference Laws
412(1)
Model Procurement Code
413(1)
Public Supply Changes
414(1)
Use of Electronic/Internet-Based Systems
414(1)
Involvement in Services Spend
414(1)
Multiyear Contracts
414(1)
Privatization
414(1)
Simplified Acquisition Procedures
415(1)
Commercial Practices
415(1)
Conclusion
415(1)
Questions for Review and Discussion
416(1)
References
416(1)
Cases
417(5)
TriCity
417(2)
Fairview School Board
419(3)
Capital Goods
422(25)
The Challenge of Procuring Capital Assets
423(1)
New Technology---New Equipment
424(3)
Equipment Classification
425(1)
Challenges of Equipment Buying
426(1)
Sourcing and Supply Issues
427(4)
Design and R&D Considerations
427(1)
Engineering Service
428(1)
Importance of Cost Factors
428(1)
Life Cycle Costing or Total Cost of Ownership
429(1)
Budgeting Procedures
429(1)
Sourcing and Selection
430(1)
Legal Issues
430(1)
Disposition of Obsolete or Replaced Equipment
431(1)
Reasons for Buying Used Equipment
431(1)
Sales Contract Terms
432(1)
Leasing Equipment
432(4)
Advantages and Disadvantages of Leasing
433(1)
Types of Leases
434(1)
Categories of Leasing Companies
434(2)
Lessor Evaluation
436(1)
The Acquisition of Technology
436(1)
The Acquisition of Construction
437(5)
Risks in the Construction Process
438(1)
Approaches to Construction Acquisition
438(2)
On-Site Considerations in Construction
440(1)
Sustainable Building
440(1)
Supply's Involvement in Construction
441(1)
Conclusion
442(1)
Questions for Review and Discussion
442(1)
References
442(1)
Cases
443(4)
Mark Appleton
443(1)
Casson Construction
443(4)
Services
447(28)
Services
448(3)
Significance of Services Spend
449(1)
What Makes Services Different?
449(1)
Supply Involvement
450(1)
A Framework for Analyzing Services
451(4)
Value of the Service
452(1)
Degree of Repetitiveness
452(1)
Degree of Tangibility
452(1)
Direction of the Service
453(1)
Production of the Service
453(1)
Nature of the Demand
454(1)
Nature of Service Delivery
454(1)
Degree of Standardization
454(1)
Skills Required for the Service
455(1)
The Acquisition Process for Services
455(8)
Need Recognition and Description
455(2)
Analysis of Supply Alternatives
457(3)
The Purchase Agreement
460(1)
Service Contract Administration
461(2)
Developing a Services Sourcing Strategy
463(1)
Outsourcing and Managing Third-party Service Providers
463(1)
Expanding Supply's Involvement
463(4)
Process Steps
466(1)
Conclusion
467(1)
Questions for Review and Discussion
467(1)
References
467(1)
Cases
468(7)
Erica Carson
468(1)
Talbot County School Board
468(1)
Hampton Manor
469(6)
Make or Buy, Insourcing, and Outsourcing
475(18)
Make or Buy
476(3)
Reasons for Make Instead of Buy
477(1)
Reasons for Buying Outside
478(1)
The Gray Zone in Make or Buy
479(1)
Subcontracting
479(1)
Insourcing and Outsourcing
480(1)
Insourcing
481(1)
Outsourcing
482(1)
Outsourcing Purchasing and Logistics
483(1)
Purchasing's Role in Outsourcing
484(1)
Conclusion
485(1)
Questions for Review and Discussion
485(1)
References
485(1)
Cases
486(7)
B&L Inc.
486(1)
Rondot Automotive
487(1)
Huson Manufacturing
488(5)
Supplier Relations
493(30)
Purchaser-Supplier Relations
496(1)
Supplier Goodwill
496(1)
The Purchaser-Supplier Satisfaction Matrix
497(3)
Tools and Techniques for Moving Positions
499(1)
Purchaser-Supplier Relationship Management
500(1)
Supplier Ranking
500(2)
Partnerships
502(3)
SEMATECH's Partnering Perspective
503(1)
Early Supplier Involvement (ESI)/Early Purchasing Involvement (EPI)
503(1)
Partner Selection
504(1)
The Longer Time Perspective
504(1)
Co-location/In-plants
505(1)
Strategic Alliances
505(2)
Concerns about Partnerships
506(1)
Reverse Marketing/Supplier Development
507(2)
Supply Chain Management
509(3)
Supply Networks
510(2)
Conclusion
512(1)
Questions for Review and Discussion
513(1)
References
513(1)
Cases
514(9)
Plastic Cable Clips
514(3)
Loren Inc.
517(6)
Strategy in Purchasing and Supply Management
523(25)
Levels of Strategic Planning
524(2)
Major Challenges in Setting Supply Objectives and Strategies
526(1)
Strategic Planning in Purchasing and Supply Management
526(1)
Major Supply Strategy Areas
526(1)
Risk Management
527(3)
Supply Interruptions and Delays
527(1)
Changes in Prices
528(1)
Reputational Risk
528(1)
Managing Supply Risks
528(1)
The Corporate Context
529(1)
Strategic Components
530(4)
What?
530(1)
Quality?
530(2)
How Much?
532(1)
Who?
532(1)
When?
533(1)
What Price?
533(1)
Where?
533(1)
How?
533(1)
Why?
533(1)
What is Happening in Purchasing and Supply Management
534(2)
Conclusion
536(1)
Questions for Review and Discussion
537(1)
References
537(1)
Cases
538(9)
Spartan Heat Exchangers Inc.
538(2)
Sabor Inc.
540(2)
Iowa Elevators
542(5)
Indexes
Case Index
547(1)
Subject Index
548


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