The Supply chain management template in PowerPoint format includes three slides. Firstly we have the slide describing SCM timeline. Secondly the PowerPoint template is for SCM Business process integration with icons. Thirdly there are nine components of SCM. As the same series, you can also find our Data Mining, Machine Learning, Block-chain technology, cloud computing and Artificial Intelligence PowerPoint templates.
Although the Supply chain management PowerPoint templates include three slides. Meanwhile you can check detailed conception of SCM in Wikipedia.
Slide 1, Supply chain management timeline
It is well know that, supply chain management (SCM), the management of the flow of goods and services, involves the movement and storage of raw materials, then of work-in-process inventory, next of finished goods from point of origin to point of consumption.
It is known that there are six stages for the development of SCM. Firstly is Creation era. It is in the early 20th century, especially with the creation of the assembly line. Secondly is Integration era, from EDI through ERP systems. Thirdly is Globalization era, global systems of supplier relationships and the expansion of supply chains beyond national boundaries and into other continents. Fourthly and fifthly are Specialization eras, meaning outsourced manufacturing and distribution and supply chain management as a service respectively. Finally is SCM 2.0, describing both changes within supply chains themselves as well as the evolution of processes, methods, and tools to manage them in this new “era”. You can found them in our PowerPoint templates.
Slide 2, Business process integration of SCM
The key supply chain processes stated by Lambert (2004) are as followed:
- Customer relationship management
- Customer service management
- Demand management style
- Order fulfillment
- Manufacturing flow management
- Supplier relationship management
- Product development and commercialization
- Returns management
Slide 3, Supply chain management components
Then let’s discuss the components of SCM in this slide. Since SCM components are the third element of the four-square circulation framework. Lambert and Cooper (2000) identified the following components:
- Planning and control
- Work structure
- Organization structure
- Product flow facility structure
- Information flow facility structure
- Management methods
- Power and leadership structure
- Risk and reward structure
- Culture and attitude
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