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Contents Preface Introduction 1. About the Supply Chain Operations Reference Model 2. Building Organizational Support for Supply Chain Improvement Phase I. Discover the Opportunity 3. Week One: Planning and Organizing Phase II. Analyze Basis of Competition 4. Week Two: Project Kickoff and SCOR Metrics 5. Week Three: Benchmarks, Competitive Requirements, and Steering Team Review Number One 6. Week Four: Scorecards Phase III. Design Material Flow 7. Week Five: Initiating AS IS Material Flow and Steering Team Review Number 8. Week Six: The Planning Process Matrix, Thread Diagram, and Metric Defect Analysis 9. Week Seven: Material Flow Disconnect Analysis and Steering Team Review Number Three 10. Week Eight: The Project Portfolio 11. Week Nine: Opportunity Analysis and Steering Team Review Number Four 12. Week Ten: TO BE Material Flow 13. Week Eleven: Quick-Hit Plans, Steering Team Review Number Five, and Initiating the Work and Information Flow Analysis Phase IV. Work and Information Flow Analysis and Design 14. Week Twelve: The Staple Yourself Interview 15. Week Thirteen: The AS IS Process, Understanding Functional Responsibility, and Steering Team Review Number Six 16. Week Fourteen: The Process Performance Summary 17. Week Fifteen: The TO BE Work and Information Flow Blueprint and Steering Team Review Number Seven 18. Week Sixteen: Level Four Process Development 19. Week Seventeen: Implementation Planning, Program Management and Steering Team Review Number Eight 20. Extending Excellence Beyond the Supply Chain Appendixes Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Business logistics -- Management.