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Peter Bolstorff, CSCP, SCOR-P. Executive Director. APICS Supply Chain Council. September 23, 2015. SCOR 101. Introduction. Delegate from . 3M and then Imation . for SCOR 1.0 in . 1996. Expertise in Manufacturing . ID: 498005

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APICS Webinar Series

Peter Bolstorff, CSCP, SCOR-PExecutive DirectorAPICS Supply Chain CouncilSeptember 23, 2015

SCOR 101

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Introduction

Delegate from

3M and then Imation for SCOR 1.0 in 1996Expertise in Manufacturing and Planning including Center of Excellence Leadership for Sales and Operations PlanningAuthored, Supply Chain Excellence: A Handbook for Dramatic Improvement Using the SCOR Model, 3rd EditionFirst Supply Chain Council non-staff Certified Instructor and now SCOR-P and CSCPFrom 2002 to 2014, Helped 30+ Companies Analyze $13.5B USD Deriving $200M USD in Operating Income ImprovementsHave volunteered with the SCC since the beginningIndustry experience includes Chemical, Retail, Food and Grocery, Electronics, Durable Goods, Consumer Packaged Goods, and Aerospace and Defense

Peter Bolstorff, CSCP, SCOR-P

Executive Director | APICS Supply Chain Council

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Seven Good Questions

Who is the APICS Supply Chain Council?

What is SCOR?

Why do companies use SCOR?

How do companies use SCOR?

What are the benefits companies realize as a result of using SCOR?

Who is using SCOR?

How can I or my company get started?

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Who is the APICS Supply Chain Council?

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APICS SCC

The legacy SCC integrated with the former APICS Foundation to form the new APICS SCC. The new organization continues the tradition of funding scholarships and student programs; still operates as a global, non-profit entity; and actively manages the Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model.

Programs and Services

Plossl

Dissertation, Scholars Program, Student Case Competition

Research Projects, Corporate Advisory Board, Executive Summit

SCORmark

Benchmark

Publications, Resource Library, and Case Studies

Other Value Chain Frameworks including M4SC, DCOR

®

, CCOR

®

, and PLCOR

®

Training is now available through APICS

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New Value Proposition

APICS SCC

APICS

Training, certification and networking

Research, benchmarking and frameworks

APICS Value Proposition

APICS delivers a total individual and corporate

value proposition.

We help individuals achieve career development goals.

We help corporations achieve strategic supply chain goals.

Individuals

Corporate, Public Sector and Academic Institutions

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What is SCOR?

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SCOR Framework

Supplier

Customer

Suppliers’

Supplier

Source

Internal or External

Your

Organization

Return

Deliver

Make

Source

Return

Plan

Deliver

Return

Source

Return

Make

Source

Return

Plan

Deliver

Return

Deliver

Make

Plan

Return

Return

Customers’

Customer

Enable

Internal or External

Enable

Enable

SCOR MODEL

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SCOR Value

Business process re-engineeringBest practice maturity assessmentBenchmarksOrganizational and Individual Supply Talent Assessment

Value of a Reference Model

The SCOR app is here! Download

on App Store,

iTunes

or

Google Play

today

. Search APICS SCOR

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SCOR Metrics

Attribute

SCOR 11.0 Metrics

Reliability

RL.1.1 Perfect Order Fulfillment

Responsiveness

RS.1.1 Order Fulfillment Cycle Time

Agility

AG.1.1 Upside Supply Chain Flexibility

AG.1.2 Supply Chain Upside Adaptability

AG.1.3 Downside Supply Chain Adaptability

AG.1.4 Overall Value At Risk (VAR)

Cost

CO.1.1 Total Cost to Serve

Asset Management Efficiency

AM.1.1 Cash-to-Cash Cycle Time

AM.1.2 Return on Supply Chain Fixed Assets

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SCOR Hierarchy

1

2

3

4

Major

Processes

Process

Categories

Process

E

lements

Improvement

Practices

Defines the operations strategy. Process capabilities are set

(M)ake

(S)ource

(P)lan

(E)nable

(R)eturn

(D)eliver

Retail

ETO

MTO

MTS

sD1

sD2

sD3

sD4

Defines the configuration of individual processes. The ability to execute is set. Focus is on processes, inputs/outputs, skills, performance, best practices, and capabilities

Use of kaizen, lean, TQM, six sigma, benchmarking

Description

Schematic

Comments

Defines the scope, content, and performance targets of the supply chain

sD1.1

Process inquiry

and quote

sD1.2

Receive, enter,

Validate order

sD1.3

Reserve inv. and

delivery date

sD1.4

Consolidate

orders

sD1.5

Build loads

sD1.6

Route

shipments

Level

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Other APICS SCC Frameworks

Customer processes

Supplier processes

Product & Portfolio

Management PLCOR™

Supply Chain SCOR®

Product & Process Design DCOR™

Sales & Support CCOR™

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Why do companies use SCOR?

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Live Poll

Pollev.com/apics

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Top Motivations to Use SCOR

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Live Poll Question 1

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Live Poll Question 2

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Cumulative Poll Results YTD

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How do Companies Use SCOR

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SCOR Improvement Program Racetrack

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SCOR Improvement Program Organization

Detail ProjectSubprojects

Executive team

Executive

s

ponsor

Team

leader

Other teams

Program team

Improvement team

Operations

management

Program stakeholders

Customers

Functional

managers

Other

stakeholders

Channel

partners

Technology

team

Supply chain

team

Financial

team

Program champion

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Improvement Program Charter Deliverable

Section

Subsection

Discussion

Introduction

Purpose, table of contents, control/maintenance

Improvement program charter

overview

Program Definition

Scope

Which supply

c

hains selected

Business

objectives

Performance metrics

Improvement program objectives

Supply chain performance targets

Program organization

Definition of program team and shareholders

Program

Contents

Methodology

Five-phased SCOR racetrack

Schedule

Timeline,

detailed activities, meetings

Roles

Program activity responsibles

Deliverables and milestones

Detailed

deliverables and milestones

Risks and dependencies

Critical risks and avoidance strategies

Benefits

Measures of

success

,

analysis

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Measuring Supply Chain Excellence

AttributesMetricsParityAdvantageSuperiorTarget Level PerformanceYour OrganizationGap to TargetCustomer Facing MetricsReliabilityPerfect Order Fulfillment (%)77.5%85.6%93.7%Advantage69.2%16.4%ResponsivenessOrder Fulfillment Cycle Time (days)9.16.53.9Parity7.1–AgilitySupply Chain Flexibility (days)45.033.021.0Advantage15.0–Supply Chain Adaptability (%)35.5%51.3%72.0%10.0%41.3%Internal Facing MetricsCostTotal Supply Chain Management Cost % Revenue8.7%5.6%2.4%Superior8.1%-5.7%Asset Management EfficiencyCash to Cash Cycle Time (days)55.430.55.5Parity160.5-105.1

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Organization and Individual Talent Assessment

Gartner

Maturity Stage

Knowledge

and Skills

Process-Practice-Performance-People

Orchestration

SCOR-P

and

M4SC

Leadership Series

Supplier’s Supplier to Customer’s Customer Supply Chain

Community

Collaboration

CSCP

Certified

Supply Chain Professional

Supplier

to Customer Single Instance

Anticipating

CPIM

– Certified in Production and Inventory Management

Internal

Process

Reacting

Principles

of Operations Management

Single Process

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What are the benefits realized using SCOR?

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SCOR Implementation Benefits

Average Operating Income improvement of 3% to sales (high 4.5% - low 1.5%)Typical inventory turn improvements of 20%Delivery reliability improvement of 25%20% improvement in flexibility30% faster system implementations with 30% more functionalityContinuous improvement portfolios refreshed at a value of 0.5%Mitigation of costs associated with risk management

Source: APICS Supply Chain Council 2002 to 2014

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APICS SCC Global Fund – Illustration Only

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Who is using SCOR?

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Organizational Snapshot

404

CORPORATE AFFILIATES & SPONSORs

ACADEMICAFFILIATES

PUBLIC SECTORAFFILIATES

60

91

253

253

14

17

131

64

12

RK

COUNTRY

#

1

United

States1462Germany323China314Switzerland165South Africa156Netherlands147United Kingdom138Canada109France 1010Sweden10

TOP 10 COUNTRIES

Slide30

How do we get engaged with the APICS SCC?

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APICS SCC Corporate Engagement Model

Affiliates

Global Employee Access to ContentExecutive SummitResearch ProjectsBenchmarkDigital LibraryTrainingFrameworks

Sponsors

Global License and Access to Content

Leaders of Leaders Focus Forums

Executive Summit

Digital Library

Training

Frameworks

Benchmark

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APICS SCC Individual Engagement Model

Evangelist

Download the SCOR appAttend a public training classEarn CSCP CertificationEarn the SCOR-P endorsementBecome an APICS member and participate on a research project

Executive Sponsor

Attend an executive briefing

Contact APICS SCC to discuss programs

Budget for affiliation

Host in-house SCOR class

Benchmark your company

Participate on APICS corporate advisory board

Attend APICS SCC Executive Summit

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Continue the Conversation

Peter Bolstorff, CSCP, SCOR-P

Executive

Director

APICS Supply Chain Council

pbolstorff@apics.org

Carolyn

Lawrence – For Affiliate Subscription and On Boarding

Director Corporate Development

APICS Supply Chain Council

clawrence@apics.org

Melinda Spring, SCOR-P

– For

Research Projects

Director

Programs

APICS Supply Chain Council

mspring@apics.org

Dominic Longo, CSCP – For Training

Director Corporate

Services

APICS

dlongo@apics.org

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Visit APICS SCC Online www.apicsscc.org

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Thank You!

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