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  1. Provides of The Management of Supply Chains
  2. Provides of Supply Chain Integration
  3. Provides of Measuring Supply Chain Performance

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When we discuss supply chain strategy we are discussing ?value' that can be derived from our supply chain. Before we can build a strategy for the supply chain we must initially identify our corporate strategy and how our consumers perceive ?value' from our product or service offering. In essence we are identifying why consumers buy our product or service over that of our market competitors.

Organizations generally identify with a ?cost leadership' or ?innovation' market offering, consumers purchase based on your organizations ability to compete on price within a market place or because you can offer a new and exciting product that they desire.

Once the corporate strategy is defined, this will cascade into the functional areas of the business where each function will set their strategy that is aligned to the corporate strategy.

The supply chain strategy may be set for example as "We aspire to reduce waste in our supply chain activities to support the company's strategy to be a cost leader in our market". Once this strategy is determined for the function it will influence daily operational decisions.

LECTURE OUTLINE
1. The Management of Supply Chains
2. Information Technology: A Supply Chain Enabler
3. Supply Chain Integration
4. Supply Chain Management (SCM) Software
5. Measuring Supply Chain Performance

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Author: UJ Consulting
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UJ Consulting

Untung Juanto ST. , MM. Founder of UJ Consulting. He is professionally experienced business and management consultant in several local and multinational companies. [read more]

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