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Motivation to use SCOR (part 3 of x): Practices
Mini-series on “WHY use the Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model?”
Here, SCOR and our SCOR-Professional training focus on a rich collection of industry-neutral practices that companies have recognized for their value contribution, providing
- standard, emerging, and best supply chain PRACTICES
- links to standard supply chain processes
- links to performance metrics, hence to business and supply chain strategy
- classification of Practices (e.g. inventory management, order management, risk/security management…)
- examples of application in real life
- definitions, principles, pitfalls, tips and tricks
This section will help you and your team to check your supply chain practice maturity and assess ways to improve your processes with means of e.g. automation, technology, special skills, a unique sequence of a process, or a particular method for distributing and connecting processes between partners in a supply chain.
The SCOR model (© ASCM/APICS) was established to help companies unlocking potential to create value for their stakeholders. It remains a powerful tool and methodology for evaluating and comparing activities and performance of supply chains across industries; be they very simple or very complex. The model has been used around the Globe by hundreds of companies, with substantial gains.
And the best way to start? (caution: advertisement ahead!) Just spend three days to get trained from a trusted advisor and SCOR Master Instructor who has been on all sides of SCM over several decades. Our SCOR-Professional Trainings are either public (next starts in June 2020) or in-house and can be even customized to your company’s needs. Please contact Michael Ginap and feel free to book a call. I am convinced of the power of SCOR. Happy to share my passion with you.
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Motivation to use SCOR (1 of x): Performance Measurement / Management
Motivation to use SCOR (2 of x): Processes
Motivation to use SCOR (4 of x): People (skills)
Motivation to use SCOR (5 of x): Determining a powerful Improvement Program
…stay tuned for more.