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Slide 1: This slide introduces Supply Chain Management. State Your company name and begin.
Slide 2: This slide presents a Deck Outline for SCM. The content points are- Planning & Forecasting, Inventory Management, Inventory Management Models, Performance Measures, Common Problems with SCM, Introduction, Supply Chain Management Process, SCM Decision Phases, Strategic Sourcing Process, Logistics & IT.
Slide 3: This is an Introduction slide consisting of - SCM Introduction, Supply Chain Components, SCM Process Flow, SCM Implementation Steps, Advantages, Goals.
Slide 4: This is the first Introduction slide with the following points- Objectives, Supplier, Manufacturer, Distributor, Shopper, Retailer, Finances, Information, Product.
Slide 5: This is the second Introduction slide with the following points- Information Flow-Physical Flow (Purchasing And Supply Management, Physical Distribution, Management, Materials, Management, Logistics) SUPPLY SIDE (Second Tier Supplier, First Tier) DEMAND SIDE (Second Tier Customer First Tier Customer)
Slide 6: This slide displays the Components Of The Supply Chain Supply, Manufacturing, Distribution & Warehousing, Retail, Consumer.
Slide 7: This slide presents Components Of The Supply Chain in hierarchy form- Outbound Logistics, Inbound Logistics, Internal Logistics.
Slide 8: This slide showcases Company Timeline for displaying- Vendor, Sourcing, Inbound Storage/ Transport Data, Operation, Outbound Storage/ Transport Data, Consumer Distribution, Consumer accompanied with, Material Flow, Information Flow, and Money Flow.
Slide 9: This slide showcases SCM Advantages. The listed ones are- Enhances inventory management, supporting the successful execution of just-in-time stock models, Creates better delivery mechanisms for products and services in demand with minimum delay, Improvises productivity and business functions, Minimizes warehouse and transportation costs, Develops better customer relationship and service, Minimizes direct and indirect costs, Assists in achieving shipping of right products to the right place at the right time.
Slide 10: This slide shows SCM Implementation Steps. The steps stated are- Developing an SCM Vision, Assessing Supply Chain Opportunities, Developing An SCM Strategy, Creating The Optimum SCM Organizational Structure, Establishing The SCM Information And Communication Network, Translating The SCM Strategy Into Actions, Concept Phase, Conversion Phase, Execution Phase.
Slide 11: This slide presents SCM Goals. Some examples stated are- Minimization of supply chain expenses is very essential. Increased expectations of clients for higher product variety, customized goods, off-season availability of inventory and rapid fulfillment should be matched. To maximize resource productivity, construct standardized processes, remove duplicate efforts and minimize inventory levels. Cost efficient and cheap products are necessary, but supply chain managers need to concentrate on value creation for their customers. To leverage inventory as a shared resource and utilize the distributed order management technology to complete orders from the optimal node in the supply chain.
Slide 12: This slide shows Supply Chain Management Process showing- Plan, Source, Execute, Deliver, Return. There are six important steps involved in Supply chain management process. Each of these steps have been discussed separately in the later slides.
Slide 13: This slide presents SCM Process - Plan with the following points- Plant Location Plant Size Warehouse Designing Plan Delivery Models IT Solutions Transportation Cost Modeling Planning is the strategic part of supply chain management process, to find out a best possible blueprint of how to fulfill the end requirement. SCM managers should identify a list of key parameters as mentioned in this slide.
Slide 14: This slide presents a SCM Process - Plan in tabular form. At this stage of supply chain management, the emphasis is on to ascertain the most reliable of suppliers for raw materials so that production process would never jeopardize.
Slide 15: This slide shows SCM Process - Execute. This is the stage where well designed processes are implemented so that a perceivable shape is given to existing plans in the form of manufactured products which are ready for testing, packaging, and delivery.
Slide 16: This slide shows SCM Process - Deliver in tabular form. The managers have a task at hand to deliver the product/service in the right quantity, at the right place and right time by employing suitable carriers. Supply chain managers should be fully equipped with modern IT tools to keep a track on the following parameters
Slide 17: This slide showcases SCM Decision Phases. The listed ones are- Supply Chain Strategy, Supply Chain Planning, Organizational Strength.
Slide 18: This slide shows Strategic Sourcing Process with the following content- Understanding the Spent Category Supplier Market Assessment Supplier Survey Building the Strategy RFx Request Communication with new suppliers These are the important steps in the strategic sourcing process from your vendor. Each of this steps have been discussed in separate slides
Slide 19: This slide presents Understanding The Spent Category with the follwoing points- Complete previous expenditure records and volumes, Expenditures divided by items and sub items, Expenditures by division, department or user, Expenditures by the supplier, Future demand projections or budgets.
Slide 20: This slide presents Supplier Market Assessment with the following points- The should-cost analysis supplies a valuable tool that drives minimizing of cost and regular progress efforts of the supplier The second step includes frequent assessment of the supplier market for pursuing substitute suppliers to present incumbents The major element of the key products design is should-cost. Along with it, an analysis on the major suppliers’ sub-tier marketplace and examination for any risks or new opportunities are also important.
Slide 21: This slide displays Supplier Survey with Feasibility, Capability, Maturity, Capacity.
Slide 22: This slide presents Building The Strategy. Some points stated are- How willing is the marketplace to oppose the supplier? Put your text here How supportive are the clients of a firm for testing incumbent supplier relationships? Put your text here What are the substitutes to the competitive assessment?
Slide 23: This slide shows Strategic Sourcing – Next Steps subheaded as- RFx Request (In this approach, a request for proposal or bid needs to be prepared (e.g., RFP, RFQ, eRFQ, ITT) for most spend classifications or groups). Selection (In this approach, a request for proposal or bid needs to be prepared (e.g., RFP, RFQ, eRFQ, ITT) for most spend classifications or groups). Communication (After informing the winning supplier(s), communication plan will be set up, including any modification in specifications and improvements in delivery, service or pricing models).
Slide 24: This slide shows an Order Fulfillment Process with the following points- Order Goods, Submit Order, Prepare Payment, On Hand? Check Inventory, Pick And Side Goods, Check Credit, Send Invoice, Credit Ok? Customer, Sales Department, Credit & Billing, Shipping.
Slide 25: This slide shows Steps Of Order Fulfillment with the following points- Order Management Customer Merchant USPS DDU/RDU Customer Return Fulfillment Fulfillment & Delivery
Slide 26: This slide showcases Logistics & IT aspects with the following points- Transportation Medium, Transportation Challenges, IT in SCM.
Slide 27: This slide showcases Transportation Medium like- Plane Truck Rail Ship Electronic Choose the right transportation medium as per your project requirements and highlight the reason for choosing it because it has a direct impact on your freight cost.
Slide 28: This slide presents Transportation Challenges in SCM. The points stated are- Labor Laws, Economic Uncertainty, Changing Transportation Industry, Improvised Technologies, Globalization, Customer’s Expectation, Varying Fuel Prices.
Slide 29: This slide shows Information Technology In A Supply Chain: Analytical Applications for- Strategic, Planning, Operational. These circles demonstrates the most commonly used IT/ERP tools in each stage of the supply chain management. You can edit it as per the tools used in your company
Slide 30: This slide shows Planning & Forecasting for- Budget Forecasting, Demand Forecasting, Sales Forecasting, Production Planning.
Slide 31: This slide presents Supply Chain Management Budget Forecasting. Enter your projected quarterly sales and the budget forecasted for the key categories.
Slide 32: This slide shows a Demand Forecasting line graph showing- Stable Demand, Trend, Dynamic Demand.
Slide 33: This slide shows the first variation design for Sales Forecasting.
Slide 34: This slide shows the second variation design for Sales Forecasting.
Slide 35: This slide showcases Master Production Planning with Products and Units.
Slide 36: This slide also displays Master Production Planning with Products and Units.
Slide 37: This slide shows Inventory Management with the following points- Introduction, EOQ Model, EOQ Model Cost Curves, EOQ Cost, EOQ Important Characteristics, EOQ Basic Assumptions.
Slide 38: This slide showcases Inventory Management with the following points- Manufactures, Warehouse, Distributors, Wholesalers, Customers.
Slide 39: This slide shows Economic Order Quantity (EOQ) Model consisting of- Demand, RateTime, LeadTime, Order Placed, Order Received, Inventory Level, Reorder Point, R, Order Quantity, Q Re-plot this graph after calculating all the factors which are described in the later slides.
Slide 40: This slide shows The EOQ Model Cost Curves displaying- Slope, Total Cost Ordering Cost = SD/Q Order Quantity, Q Annual Cost ($) Minimum Total Cost Optimal Order Q* Holding Cost = HQ/2 This slide calculates all the cost related to the EOQ model. After calculation, replot the graph as per the data point.
Slide 41: This slide showcases EOQ Cost Model showcasing- D-Annual Demand, Q-Order Quantity, S-Cost Of Placing Order, H-Annual Per-unit Holding Cost, Ordering cost = SD/Q, Holding cost = HQ/2, Total Cost = SD/Q + HQ/2.
Slide 42: This slide showcases Important Characteristics Of The EOQ Cost Function. At EOQ, the annual holding cost is the same as annual ordering cost The total cost curve is flat near EOQ. So, the total cost does not change much with a slight change in the order quantity
Slide 43: This slide shows EOQ Assumptions with the following points- Demand occurs at a constant rate of D items per year Ordering Cost is $S per order Holding Cost is $H = $CiI per item in inventory per year (note holding cost is based on the cost of the item, Ci) Purchase Cost is $C1 per item if the quantity ordered is between 0 and x1, $C2 if the order quantity is between x1 and x2, etc Delivery time (lead time) is constant Optimal order quantity: The procedure for determining Q* will be demonstrated Number of orders per year: D/Q* Time between orders (cycle time): Q*/D years Total annual cost: [(1/2)Q*H] + [DS/Q*] + DC (holding + ordering + purchase)
Slide 44: This slide showcases Inventory Management Models such as- Bi-level Optimization, Stochastic Modeling, Uncertainty Modeling.
Slide 45: This slide shows Stochastic Modeling. This modeling strategy helps in predicting the result of this process with some defined error rate by considering the unpredictability of these factors. Replace the image with your original one which is derived after using the analytical tools. Details & Benefits of stochastic modeling has been mentioned in the below comments
Slide 46: This slide shows Uncertainty Modeling. Replace the image with your original one which is derived after using the analytical tools. Details & Benefits of uncertainty modeling has been mentioned in the below comments
Slide 47: This slide presents Bi-Level Optimization in graph form. Replace the image with your original one which is derived after using the analytical tools. Details & Benefits of Bi-level optimization has been mentioned in the below comments
Slide 48: This slide shows Performance Measures as- Non-Financial Measures, Financial Measures.
Slide 49: This slide showcases Non-Financial Measures with the following points- Supply chain lead time Order-to-delivery lead time Stock out Rate Backorder Level Probability of On-time delivery Customer Service Level Replace the text from the comments box and add the relevant details there.
Slide 50: This slide presents Non-Financial Measures such as- Spare Parts Raw Material Finished Goods Work-in-progress Inventory Level Replace the text from the comments box and add the relevant details there.
Slide 51: This slide shows Non-Financial Measures with Resourcce Utilization as the main subheading with- Resource Utilization: Manufacturing Resources Storage Resources Logistic Resources Human Resources Financial Resources The main motto is to utilize all the assets or resources efficiently in order to maximize customer service levels, reduce lead times and optimize inventory levels. So, Enter the required parameters
Slide 52: This slide displays Financial Measures such as- Cost of Raw Material, Revenue from Goods Sold, Inventory Holding Cost, Transportation Cost, Cost of Expired, Perishable Goods, Cost of Goods Return By Customer, Cost of Goods Return To Supplier. The measures taken for gauging different fixed and operational costs related to a supply chain are considered the financial measures.
Slide 53: This slide presents Common Problems With SCM such as- Theft, Transaction errors, Information delays, Misplaced inventory, Product quality and yield, Spoilage, Lack of visibility in SCs, Poor inventory status information.
Slide 54: This slide shows Common Problems With SCM with the following points- Poor delivery status information, Poor IT design, Internal customer discrimination, Poor integration, Elusive inventory costs.
Slide 55: This slide shows Supply Chain Optimization with the following points- Customer, Transportation, Sourcing Procurement, Central Manufacturing, Distribution, Assembly & Repair, Sales Marketing & Customer Service, Demand Signal, Product Flow.
Slide 56: This slide shows Supply Chain Optimization with- Supplier, Factory, Distributor, Retailer, Customer.
Slide 57: This slide is titled Chart and Graphs to move forward.
Slide 58: This slide shows Clustered Column for product/entity comparison, information etc.
Slide 59: This slide shows a Line Chart for product/entity comparison, information etc.
Slide 60: This slide shows a Pie Chart for product/entity comparison, information etc.
Slide 61: This slide shows a Bar Chart for product/entity comparison, information etc.
Slide 62: This slide is titled Additional Slides to move forward. You can change the slide content as per need.
Slide 63: This is Our Vision slide with Mission and Goals. State them here.
Slide 64: This is Our Team slide with names, designation and image boxes. State team specifications here.
Slide 65: This is an About Us slide. State team/company specifications here.
Slide 66: This is a Quotes slide to convey company message, beliefs. You can alter the content as per need.
Slide 67: This is a Dashboard slide to show information, data etc.
Slide 68: This is a Location slide of USA map image to show US related specifications.
Slide 69: This is an Our Goal slide. State team goals etc. here.
Slide 70: This is a Comparison slide for showing comparison, information etc.
Slide 71: This is a Silhouettes image slide to show people related information, specifications etc.
Slide 72: This is a Hierarchy image slide to show information, data etc.
Slide 73: This is a Timeline slide to show company growth, evolution and milestones etc.
Slide 74: This is a Mind map image slide to show information, data etc.
Slide 75: This is a Puzzle image slide to show information, data etc.
Slide 76: This is a Idea creation slide to show innovative information, data etc.
Slide 77: This is a Thank You slide with Address# street number, city, state, Contact Numbers, Email Address.


SCM is the management of the flow of goods and services, including all processes that transform raw materials into final products and the information flow and finances associated with those processes.

SCM provides numerous benefits, such as enhanced inventory management, improved delivery mechanisms, increased productivity, better customer relationships, lower costs, and effective shipping of the right products to the right place at the right time.

The features of the supply chain include supply, manufacturing, distribution and warehousing, retail, and consumer.

The steps involved in SCM implementation include developing an SCM vision, assessing supply chain opportunities, developing an SCM strategy, creating the optimum SCM organizational structure, establishing the SCM information and communication network, and translating the SCM strategy into actions.

The steps of SCM decision-making include supply chain strategy, supply chain planning, and organizational strength.

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