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Post Ukraine war following the pandemic, researchers estimated that 75-85 percent of the SMEs faced severe supply chain disruptions. Agility and sustainability apart from comprehensive knowledge of the markets would pave the way for resolving the disruptions.

Post Ukraine war following the pandemic, researchers estimated that 75-85 percent of the SMEs faced severe supply chain disruptions. Agility and sustainability apart from comprehensive knowledge of the markets would pave the way for resolving the disruptions.

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SUPPLY CHAIN MGT (1).ppt

  1. 1. SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Dr. B. Yerram Raju Director Telangana Industrial Health Clinic Ltd, Hyderabad www.yerramraju1.com
  2. 2. What is Supply Chain? Flow of goods and materials from the supplier thru multiple products and logistics operations to the ultimate customer which includes, planning and management of supply and demand, sourcing raw materials and parts, manufacturing and assembly line, warehousing, inventory control, order management, distribution, delivery and customer service.
  3. 3. Why Supply Chain? Uncertainty in demand Product diversification Increasing competition Shrinkage in product life cycle Change in environment Ever increasing customer expectation Business complexities on the increase due to
  4. 4. Multiple Supply Chain Customer Perspective • Communication Shape & Create • Strategy • User Segmentation • User Markets Products Service proposition Process Leadership Cultural Capabilities Internal Capabilities
  5. 5. Customer Satisfaction- Loyalty- Services Internal Business Processes Innovation and Learning Number of new products, Return on innovation, Employee skills ,Time to market ,Time spent and Customer interaction Thruput time Waste Reduction, recycling Process quality Ontime delivery Financials Cash flow Residual income %revenue from innovation Residual cash flow Revenue growth Balanced Scorecard Hierarchy
  6. 6. The Balance Score Card as a Strategic Framework for Action Clarifying and translating the Vision and Strategy • Clarifying the Vision • Gaining consensus Communicating and Linking *Communicating and educating *Setting goals *Linking towards * Performance measure Balanced Scorecard Strategic Feedback and Learning *Articulating the shared vision *Supplying the Strategic feedback *Facilitating Strategy Planning and Target Setting *Setting targets *Aligning strategic initiatives *Establishing Milestones
  7. 7. Pandemic Disruptions 1. Migrant Workers 2.Credit supply either choked or moves in miscalculated direction 3. Announced Self Reliance (Atma Nirbhar Bharat) packages slipped the target 4.Products lose their relevance 5.Processes needed change 6.Investments eluding 7. Markets moved to unseen spaces @yerramraju 7
  8. 8. New Opportunities Indian Agriculture showed its new route Many agri products demanded fresh entry and called for new entrepreneurs Packing, Packaging, new processes, reordering the production patterns Innovations in supply chain Search for new resources – physical, human and financial – strategic consulting Reimagining financial architecture
  9. 9. Seizing New Opportunities Thinking afresh for new skills Leading the communica tion within the organizatio n to drive away fear Igniting enthusias m and building new teams Relook at hygienic practices within the organization and bring them to state of the art. Reach out to new markets
  10. 10. THANK YOU
  11. 11. Why Supply Chain? Business complexities on the increase due to – Uncertainty in demand – Product diversification – Increasing competition – Shrinkage in product life cycle – Change in environment – Ever increasing customer expectation
  12. 12. Innovation and Learning Number of new products, Return on innovation, Employee skills ,Time to market ,Time spent and Customer interaction Financials Cash flow Residual income %revenue from innovation Residual cash flow Revenue growth Customer Satisfaction- Loyalty- Services Internal Business Processes Thruput time Waste reduction Process quality Ontime delivery Balanced Scorecard Hierarchy

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