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Essential KPIs to Measure the Integrated Supply Chain (TNS518C)

Presented by: Dave Malenfant
 
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Pre Recorded Webinar
60 minutes
  •  Thu, May 31, 2018
Event Description

Use KPIs to Identify Weaknesses and Increase Efficiency in Your Integrated Supply Chain

The impact of same day and next day delivery is being felt in all industries. As businesses try to meet the immediate demands of customers and consumers, a trend of increased costs in warehousing and logistics in supply chains has become evident.

You are going to, if you haven’t already, see increases in cost. The key is how you offset those costs going forward; either through productivity improvement or, by reducing costs in other links of the chain. However, you cannot do this without adequate measurements and without understanding how the links work together. The efficiency and effectiveness of the total supply chain is dependent upon the true measurement of performance. Key performance indicators (KPIs) provide the answer.

Every organization has several key performance indicators (KPIs) that measure parts of the supply chain. However, by looking at the integrated supply chain though the lens of specific KPIs, you will be able to offset increased costs in other links of the supply chain. It is essential that you understand the tradeoffs throughout the supply chain and how the KPIs work together to measure the performance of an efficient supply chain. The strength of the supply chain is only as good as it’s “weakest link”. Through good KPIs, you will be able to identify the weakest links. The increased costs in the last mile can be offset, and these KPIs will help you identify the areas in the supply chain that can lead to success. However, what are the KPIs necessary to measure the performance of the end-to-end supply chain?

Join this session, where supply chain management expert Dave Malenfant will talk about the KPIs that are necessary to measure the end-to-end supply chain. This session will look at the tools available to help measure the supply chain. In many cases, this is as simple as utilizing Excel and the stop light approach to monitor the performance of the supply chain. Dave will explore how to utilize a balanced scorecard to measure the effectiveness of the supply chain.

With this session, you will learn how to balance the performance of your entire, end-to-end supply chain. Dave will discuss how too many KPIs will cause confusion and lead to poor decision making. You will be able to identify the requirements to establish good KPIs. This, in turn, will enable you to develop a dashboard in house, or, alternatively, source a good tool to provide you with the necessary measurements – KPIs and scorecard.

Session Highlights

This session will cover:

  • How to define the integrated supply chain for measurement
  • The role of KPIs in the supply chain and enterprise
  • Developing a dashboard to monitor performance using the stop light approach
  • When to respond or react to trends and how to turn reaction into proactive actions
  • How to utilize KPIs in management reporting

Who Should Attend

  • Supply chain professionals
  • Supply chain analysts
  • Demand planners
  • Supply planners
  • S&OP professionals
  • Inventory/warehousing/productivity professionals
About Our Speaker(s)

Dave Malenfant | Supply Chain Management SpeakerDave Malenfant
Dave Malenfant brings over 30 years in Supply Chain Management. After graduation from the University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada, he worked in several Supply Chain management positions with Wyeth Ayerst Canada. In Canada, Dave was Co-founder and President of Signature Consultants, Inc., (1973) a business, finance and e... More info

 
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