Exam 3: Leadership in Supply Management
Represent the supply management organization in decisions related to the organization-wide or project objective setting, budgeting, staffing and policies.
Supply management organization mission, pro- cesses, capabilities
Definition of customer requirements
Corporate processes and organizational dynamics
Internal negotiations and synergies
Develop and implement business plans that will meet customer service, corporate profit and return on equity goals.
Elements of a business plan
Concept of goal alignment
Product price structure
Contribution to profit
Business planning process
Emerging supply chain practices
Financial measures and other metrics
Develop, implement and monitor a strategic supply management plan and operating plan based on market conditions, business needs and available resources.
Elements of a strategic supply plan
Elements of an operating plan
Plan/develop/provide operating policies, guidelines and procedures. Modify as necessary in order to achieve the optimal structure.
Nature of management control
1.0 Budgets 2.0 Plans 3.0 Business continuity 4.0 Forecasts 5.0 Policies/procedures manual B) During-the-fact controls 1.0 Key performance indicators C) After-the-fact controls 1.0 Audits/customer surveys 2.0 Periodic reports 3.0 Procedures reviews Best practices