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Supply Chains Operating Performance
A Financial Approach to Measurement
Reduction of costs is a necessary but short term approach to improving performance of your Supply Chains. But to gain recognition of value to the enterprise requires financial measures that boards of director and CEOs recognise.
This eBook outlines the four financial measures of value for Supply Chains – Operations:
1. Supply Chains Working Capital
2. Cash to Cash cycle time
3. Supply Chains Value Added (VA)
4. Supply Chains Return on Invested Capital (SC-ROIC)
The eBook shows how these metrics become part of a comprehensive portfolio of measures which define the value of Supply Chains. Use the proposal in your organisation and in business courses to test the approach and to start changes and improvements to the measurement of performance for your Core Supply Chains.
Free Video Training Courses
Scope of Supply Chains
We have developed an introductory video training course titled Scope of Supply Chains that provides an introduction to Logistics and Supply Chain topics over four modules. The learning is based on visual slides with voice over by Roger Oakden.
The topics contained in Scope of Supply Chains are:
Topic 1 Improve business flows
Topic 2 Logistics to Supply Chains and Networks
Topic 3 Challenges for your business
Topic 4 Support the Logistics strategy
To view a sample of the full course, watch the YouTube video below titled From Logistics to Supply Networks or download the full video training course:
Full course requires installation in Windows 7+ to run
To improve the performance of your supply chains requires analysis of the collected data. ERP and other applications used in supply chains often do not contain relevant tools that assist with the analysis of data.
Learn About Logistics welcomes the submission of tools developed to assist Supply Chain professionals.