9780470465455

Enterprise Supply Chain Management : Integrating Best in Class Processes

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    9780470465455

  • ISBN10:

    047046545X

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-06-22
  • Publisher: Wiley
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Summary

Find out how your supply chain processes fit into your company's big picture-using best-in-class processes

Author Biography

VIVEK SEHGAL is Senior Director of Research at Manhattan Associates, the world's foremost supply chain solutions company, with over 1,200 customers, including seventeen of AMR's Top 50 supply chains, and forty-three of the top 100 retailers. Prior to working with Manhattan Associates, Vivek worked for Fortune 20 companies like The Home Depot and GE in various leadership roles in their supply chain technology groups. He is a current member of the Science Advisory Board at Manhattan Associates, working with the industry to define new optimization opportunities in supply chain solutions.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. xi
Acknowledgmentsp. xv
Introductionp. 1
What is a Supply Chain?p. 3
Definitionsp. 3
Physical Manifestation of a Supply Chainp. 5
Elements of a Supply Chain Modelp. 7
Summaryp. 11
Scope of the Supply Chainp. 13
Core Supply Chain Functionsp. 13
Extended Supply Chain Functionsp. 14
Supply Chain: Planning versus Executionp. 14
Overview of the Supply Chain Landscapep. 17
Summaryp. 21
Supply Chain Planningp. 23
Supply Chain Network Designp. 25
Inputs and Outputs of the Supply Chain Network Design Processp. 26
Related Subprocessesp. 28
Summaryp. 30
Demand Planningp. 31
Demand Forecastingp. 32
Allocation Planningp. 38
Summaryp. 41
Supply Planningp. 43
Inventory Planningp. 43
Replenishment Planningp. 53
Production Planningp. 60
Logistics Capacity Planningp. 67
Summaryp. 70
Supply Chain Executionp. 73
Supply Managementp. 75
Strategic Sourcingp. 75
Replenishment Executionp. 84
Production Schedulingp. 89
Supplier Performance Managementp. 91
Global Trade Managementp. 98
Summaryp. 101
Transportation Managementp. 103
Transportation Planning and Executionp. 103
Freight Audit and Verificationp. 113
Fleet Managementp. 115
Summaryp. 117
Warehouse Managementp. 119
Inbound Warehouse Operationsp. 123
Outbound Warehouse Operationsp. 125
Warehouse Inventory Managementp. 129
Yard Managementp. 132
Warehouse Labor Managementp. 135
Slotting Optimizationp. 136
Billing Management and Cost Allocationp. 138
Summaryp. 141
Reverse Logistics Managementp. 143
Returns Disposition Determinationp. 144
Logistics Planning and Execution for Returnsp. 145
Summaryp. 147
Supply Chain Collaborationp. 149
Collaborative Processesp. 151
Collaborative Planning Processesp. 152
Collaborative Execution Processesp. 153
Collaborative Performance Managementp. 155
Summaryp. 156
Supply Chain Technologyp. 157
ERP and Supply Chain Managementp. 157
Best-of-Breed versus ERPp. 158
Software as a Service (SaaS) or Licensep. 159
Considerations for Successful Supply Chain Technology Deploymentsp. 163
Change Managementp. 167
RFID Technologyp. 173
RFID Adoption in the Industryp. 174
Understanding Cross-dockingp. 177
Planned Cross-docking or Flow-throughp. 178
Opportunistic Cross-dockingp. 178
Evaluating Readinessp. 179
Supply Chain and Finance: A Quick Primerp. 183
Supply Chain Processes Reducing COGSp. 184
Supply Chain Processes Increasing Asset Turnoverp. 185
How Green is your Supply Chain?p. 187
Integrated Assortment Planning and Sourcingp. 188
Sourcing and Supplier Selection: Manufacturing, Packaging, and Recyclingp. 188
Logistics and Distributionp. 189
Total Landed Costp. 189
Depth of Supply Chain Modelsp. 190
Carbon Cost Indexp. 190
Commonly Used EDI Transaction Codesp. 193
Incoterms (International Commercial Terms)p. 195
Indexp. 201
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