Does Supply Chain Management have a future
without IT?
Dr Richard Gibson
Director
14NOV15
Personal Profile - Dr Richard Gibson
Contents
 What is SCM?
 Supply chain building blocks
 1950s >>> 2000s
 What is SC IT?
 Any risks?
 The social supply...
What is Supply Chain Management?
Supply chain management (SCM) is
 An integrative philosophy to manage the flow of goods ...
Concept of Supply Chain
Complex network of relationships that organisations
maintain with trading partners to source, manu...
Remember these
The three building blocks of our modern supply chain
Deliver
CustomerMakeSupplier
1950’s: Unlimited demand
We do not know what we want, prepared to wait
MRP II
Sell
CustomerMake
Buy
Supplier
Plan
MRP
Deliver
ERP
Accounting & Finance Human Resources
Service
CRM
SCM
Design
ERP...
How do we use IT in the modern supply chain?
 Organisation
 Logistics – Warehousing & Transport
 Vendor relationships
...
What are the risks associated with the use of IT in the
supply chain?
 Failure
 Infrastructure
 Theft
 DPA Breach
 Lo...
The social supply chain
Where IT will have the next significant impact
in the supply chain
Do you have a Blackberry?
Social Supply Chain – The need for change
 Email has passed its sell-by date
 Most people are swamped by the volume of i...
Social Supply Chain
 Social networks are being increasingly
utilised within supply chain management to
enhance productivi...
Social Supply Chain – Key Lessons
Properly implemented, the social supply chain is more
effective than other communication...
The future
What will influence our future supply chains?
 Energy costs will continue to
rise
 Resource scarcity and
conflicts
 Int...
IT enablers in the future supply chain
Supply chains will need this functionality
 Comprehensive connectivity
 Voice and...
What are industry leaders doing?
Intensity, Integrity,Innovation
Focus, Grow, Connect
Position, Define, Differentiate
Effi...
Without IT – Really?
Summary
Q - Does Supply Chain Management have a future without IT?
Optimize
Network
Integrate
 SCM is an integrative phil...
Contact Details
Richard Gibson
Director
Richard.gibson@idrislogistics.co.uk
14NOV15
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  • 1. Does Supply Chain Management have a future without IT? Dr Richard Gibson Director 14NOV15
  • 2. Personal Profile - Dr Richard Gibson
  • 3. Contents  What is SCM?  Supply chain building blocks  1950s >>> 2000s  What is SC IT?  Any risks?  The social supply chain  Futurology
  • 4. What is Supply Chain Management? Supply chain management (SCM) is  An integrative philosophy to manage the flow of goods and information from the earliest supplier of raw materials to the ultimate customer through integration and collaboration of all channel partners”  SCM aims to reduce costs and add value for the consumers through more efficient and effective supply chain linkages  Operative across a range of industries  Leverages new technologies to satisfy demand
  • 5. Concept of Supply Chain Complex network of relationships that organisations maintain with trading partners to source, manufacture and deliver their products Includes material, information and financial flows as shown below Product Flow Product Flow Product Flow Product FlowSupplier Manufacturing Distribution Retailer Consumer Information Flows Payment Flows
  • 6. Remember these The three building blocks of our modern supply chain
  • 7. Deliver CustomerMakeSupplier 1950’s: Unlimited demand We do not know what we want, prepared to wait
  • 8. MRP II Sell CustomerMake Buy Supplier Plan MRP Deliver ERP Accounting & Finance Human Resources Service CRM SCM Design ERP II 2000s Everything is available We know what we want.....now! Optimize Network Integrate
  • 9. How do we use IT in the modern supply chain?  Organisation  Logistics – Warehousing & Transport  Vendor relationships  Procurement  Operation  Customer relationship management Fasanghari et al, 2008 Optimize Network Integrate
  • 10. What are the risks associated with the use of IT in the supply chain?  Failure  Infrastructure  Theft  DPA Breach  Losing Data  Our Colleagues  Malicious activity
  • 11. The social supply chain Where IT will have the next significant impact in the supply chain
  • 12. Do you have a Blackberry?
  • 13. Social Supply Chain – The need for change  Email has passed its sell-by date  Most people are swamped by the volume of it  Younger colleagues organise their lives using tools far removed from email ‒ Typically social media such as Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp etc  With social media ‒ The important stuff comes to the top ‒ Supported with rich supporting content such as images, video and sound  With email ‒ The important stuff is buried ‒ Links to supporting media are clunky  Social media tools provide us with a method to sidestep the inadequacies of emails  Supply chains are supposed to be about agility, short chains of command, collaboration, instant feedback and shared visibility.
  • 14. Social Supply Chain  Social networks are being increasingly utilised within supply chain management to enhance productivity, innovation and collaboration  FT research identified organisations that adopt social collaboration tools obtain a 15% boost in productivity  Yammer reports a 76% increase in visibility between departments or locations than when using traditional approaches  You can expect increased project collaboration  You can expect increases in innovation Facebook sites
  • 15. Social Supply Chain – Key Lessons Properly implemented, the social supply chain is more effective than other communication channels  Timescale for problems resolution is much quicker  Pictures and Video add to the experience The social supply chain many to many communication transcends the traditional vertical approach  Traditional approaches are vertical in direction: FEW to MANY  Social networking is horizontal: MANY to MANY The social supply chain is public, with no place to hide  Issues are raised and resolved for all to see  People react in a solutions mode, not a discussion mode Social supply chain communication is two-way and not just one-way  Our colleagues can simply post a message and someone will respond  Our colleagues will be able to find the right people and the right answers, quickly
  • 16. The future
  • 17. What will influence our future supply chains?  Energy costs will continue to rise  Resource scarcity and conflicts  Interconnectedness and socio-economic levelling  Attracting new colleagues into the industry  Global population growth and human migration  Increasing and ageing population  Growing economies in the developing world  Climate change and sustainability  Reduce water consumption  Reduce our impact on the environment
  • 18. IT enablers in the future supply chain Supply chains will need this functionality  Comprehensive connectivity  Voice and GPS communications integrated into rugged computers  Speech recognition  Digital imaging  Portable printing (3D?)  Advances in bar-coding  RFiD  Real time location systems  Remote management  Wireless and device security And....the means to manage all this data
  • 19. What are industry leaders doing? Intensity, Integrity,Innovation Focus, Grow, Connect Position, Define, Differentiate Efficiency, Yield, Leading IT
  • 20. Without IT – Really?
  • 21. Summary Q - Does Supply Chain Management have a future without IT? Optimize Network Integrate  SCM is an integrative philosophy to manage the flow of goods and information  The building blocks of the modern supply chain – containers, bar codes and our insatiable demand  The 1950s supply chain of unlimited demand  The current supply chain where everything is available  Becoming more efficient and effective through the use of the social supply chain  We are the star trek generation (s) – the future supply chain will be even more demanding  Internationalising our supply chains creates more complexity A - No
  • 22. Contact Details Richard Gibson Director Richard.gibson@idrislogistics.co.uk 14NOV15

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