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  • Beyond Procurement Survey - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    Resources SCM Pro Resources SCM Articles SCM White Papers SCM SCRC Director s Blog SCM Tutorials SCM Video Insights Library SCM Insights Polls SCM Topics SCM Research SCRC Article Library Beyond Procurement Survey Beyond Procurement Survey Published on Mar 01 2013 by Robert Handfield Ph D Executive Director of SCRC Bank of America University Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management We are working with a team of global researchers conducting a study called Beyond Procurement https www surveymonkey com s bpsusa which focuses on how organizations are moving to create the next level of procurement excellence Please consider taking this survey if you have any duties relevant to purchasing or supply management The survey should take no more than 10 minutes maximum Categories SCM Features SCM Procurement SCM Research SCM Tutorials Procurement Read the Supply Chain Management Professional Newsletter Read the latest supply chain research articles and news as soon as we post them Privacy Policy Related Articles The Procurement Process e Procurement Procurement A Tutorial E Procurement and the Purchasing Process Introduction Procurement A Tutorial The World of Global Procurement Q A with John Zapko VP of Global Procurement Lenovo Understanding Legistlation Related to Procurement Procurement A Tutorial The New Purchasing and Supply Management Workplace Procurement A Tutorial The Procurement Process Implementing the Plan Procurement A Tutorial The Procurement Process Creating a Sourcing Plan Procurement A Tutorial Role of Procurement within an Organization Procurement A Tutorial Types of Goods and Services Purchased Procurement A Tutorial Professional Resources SCM Articles SCM Resources SCM Terms Supply Chain Management Basics SCM Basics Tariffs and Tax Primer NAICS Navigator SCM Blog Business Process Outsourcing Forecasting Healthcare Supply Management Supply Chain Analytics SCM Tutorials CPFR Forecasting Inventory Management Procurement SCM Features Hot Topics Lessons Learned Facts Figures SC Security SCM Topics Inventory Management Supply

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  • SCM Research Articles - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    is a unique university industry initiative that provides MBA and undergraduate students with opportunities to apply supply chain SC theory and concepts to field based projects over a semester Categories SCM Research SCM Resources Findings An Assessment of Manufacturing Customer Pain Points Challenges for Researchers By Robert Handfield PhD Wolfgang Steininger MIM Supply Chain Redesign LLC Posted 07 01 2006 Findings Ten distinct categories emerged most of which were classified by respondents as severe as well as having a high probability of occurrence For each of these categories we provide Categories SCM Research SCM Pain Points Conclusions An Assessment of Manufacturing Customer Pain Points Challenges for Researchers By Robert Handfield PhD Wolfgang Steininger MIM Supply Chain Redesign LLC Posted 07 01 2006 Conclusions What should manufacturers be doing to improve the level of relational social capital in their supply networks through trust and collaboration We decided to start off this special issue Categories Logistics Global Logistics SCM Research SCM Pain Points Methodology An Assessment of Manufacturing Customer Pain Points Challenges for Researchers By Robert Handfield PhD Wolfgang Steininger MIM Supply Chain Redesign LLC Posted 07 01 2006 Methodology Interviews with supply chain executives We began by creating the interview protocol and establishing contact with senior supply chain executives from ten Fortune 100 manufacturing companies to identify pain Categories SCM Research SCM Pain Points Background An Assessment of Manufacturing Customer Pain Points Challenges for Researchers By Robert Handfield PhD Wolfgang Steininger MIM Supply Chain Redesign LLC Posted 07 01 2006 Background Organizations now recognize that business functions that manage the supply chain purchasing logistics and operations are critical contributors to competitive advantage and profitability Until recently organizations attempts to gain Categories SCM Research SCM Pain Points Introduction An Assessment of Manufacturing Customer Pain Points Challenges for Researchers By Robert Handfield PhD Wolfgang Steininger MIM Supply Chain Redesign LLC Posted 07 01 2006 Introduction There is increasing evidence that companies that excel in managing their supply chains repeatedly outperform their rivals Accenture 2002 It is also increasingly clear that companies must collaborate with Categories SCM Research SCM Pain Points References Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing By Rob Handfield PhD Posted 06 01 2006 References Beebe L and Meyers B 1998 Outsourcing Planning for Strategic Partnerships White Paper The Sheridan Press pdf Casale F 2003 The New Outsourcing From Outsourcing to Outcompeting Business Week Special Advertising Section pdf Griffiths D N D The Theory and Practice of Outsourcing White Paper Kudos Information Ltd pdf IMF Balance of Payments Statistics Yearbook 2003 Categories SCM Research Production Labor Sourcing Conclusions Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing By Rob Handfield PhD Posted 06 01 2006 Conclusions One element from our research is clear In the modern era of global competition the companies that will succeed and continue to lead will be those that have a Categories SCM Research Production Labor Sourcing Findings Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing By Rob Handfield PhD Posted 06 01 2006 Findings Based on our empirical analysis of the data

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  • Global Logistics Trends & Strategies Survey - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    profit global logistics institute dedicated to promoting knowledge and best practices in logistics The project investigates the current state of global trends that are shaping the logistics environment as well as the strategies organizations are using to cope with or in some cases exploit these trends In addition we are seeking your input on current logistics performance capabilities that will enable you to benchmark your performance relative to others within your industry as well as globally You can take the survey here You can expect the survey to take approximately 20 minutes to complete Participation in this study is voluntary but your support in completing the survey is greatly appreciated Academic research relies heavily on executives to complete surveys like these and it is only with your help that we can collect the data to advance our knowledge and understanding of complex management practices in the life sciences In return for your time and opinions you will receive a report that documents the key trends and insights based on not only the survey results but detailed interviews with subject matter experts in several supply chain industries All information provided will remain strictly confidential and not attributed to you or your organization Queries may be directed to Dr Handfield JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address or 919 515 4674 Again your support for this research is appreciated Regards Robert Handfield Bank of America University Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management Director Supply Chain Resource Cooperative North Carolina State University Categories Logistics Global Logistics SCM Research Read the Supply Chain Management Professional Newsletter Read the latest supply chain research articles and news as soon as we post them Privacy Policy Related Articles Trends and Strategies in Logistics and Supply Chain Management An Interview with Robert Handfield Global Logistics Q

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  • SCRC Fellows and Bloomberg Terminal - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    the academic theories I learned in the classroom directly to solving supply chain problems at Caterpillar My professors are always there to answer questions and offer suggestions about how to approach work related problems With the recent addition of the Bloomberg Terminal SCRC partner companies like Caterpillar now have access to information and data on over 630 000 companies because the university has made this research resource available to its supply chain students The Bloomberg Terminal is a very powerful educational tool Although the data housed within the servers at Bloomberg is all public knowledge Bloomberg s proprietary algorithm saves hours of research time by packaging relevant data in a few quick mouse clicks Combing through hundreds of Dunn and Bradsheet databases company earning releases conferences calls and SEC reports can take hours but Bloomberg has already done that for you Financial analysts traders company CFO s can use the Bloomberg Terminal for its copious amounts of financial data in the debt equity commodity and foreign exchange markets Fellows have access to economic statistics news industry research many Excel templates and Bloomberg analysts Analysts are available 24 7 by telephone to answer any questions a student may have Companies can also use Bloomberg s supply chain data to make informed supply chain business decisions Based all on public information Bloomberg s supply chain screen enables users to quickly see a company s competitors customers and suppliers How does your company s supply chain compare to your competitors Users can immediately import a company s suppliers to an Excel spreadsheet with its ticker symbol and key financial statistics such as the percentage of revenue that supplier earns with the company and the percentage of cost that supplier is to the company Combine this data with internal company data to analyze a competitors supply chain Then map the suppliers for a coherent directionally correct picture of your competitors supply chains I say directionally correct because while the Bloomberg data is neatly packaged it still is all public data with primarily Bloomberg analysts making estimates on a supply chain s financial statistics On a few occasions I observed that the source of the financial data came from an actual earnings release SEC report or financial statement A majority of the estimates were derived from Bloomberg s proprietary algorithm referenced in the Bloomberg white paper Essentially Bloomberg s algorithm analyzes public data with statistics probabilities and confidence intervals to make the financial estimates In addition to its supply chain capability Bloomberg also offers market intelligence data Users can research market intelligence about any industry Looking for a cost of goods sold COGS industry average Bloomberg can provide it for you For example I found the most recent 2009 industry average COGS construction machinery breakdown based on data from various sources that Bloomberg compiled enabling Caterpillar to compare itself to the industry average Key supply chain statistics such as inventory turnover can be gathered to show your companies performance compared to competitors Finally users can

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  • Labor & Human Rights Supply Chain: Market Research Aerospace & Defense Sustainability Report - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    enforcement figures accessible for verification purposes Evaluations When it comes to auditing suppliers it is unclear on the frequency in which companies in the Aerospace Defense industry conduct audits As far as independent audits are concerned no clear data was available We d like to see more information on how companies ensure their suppliers are compliant with codes of conduct Tracking Mechanisms The tracking mechanisms for violations of human rights are murky at best Some companies have websites to track violations but what is tracked is not specifically stated Most companies do not have any reporting A few companies established hot lines used for reporting of perceived violations Miscellaneous Most companies in the Aerospace Defense category did not seem to have any training programs available to suppliers A lot of the companies did seem to have internal training programs for a number of different subjects but Human Rights did not seem to be one of them Some companies have online training programs available internally We d like to see these made available to suppliers as well Best Practice United Technologies Corporation makes training available to company management employees and certain third parties regarding human trafficking and slavery issues including training with respect to recognizing and mitigating risks within the supply chain Those with direct responsibility for supply chain management are required to take this training This would be better if it was specifically stated that sub tier suppliers had to undergo the training as well As far as community involvement is concerned all companies in the Aerospace Defense industry are involved in the communities in which they are located Programs ranged from programs for veterans to programs for the local homeless as well as programs for childhood development Community involvement is the one area that the Aerospace Defense industry seemed to shine Since a lot of items are sold to the military most companies seemed to have some sort of programs geared towards helping the veterans in the community We could not find any examples of company involvement in the places where their suppliers are located but since most of the companies have several locations across the US world the companies do have a large reach into several communities Lawsuits In regards to lawsuits for human rights violations the industry did not appear to have any recent major violations The majority of lawsuits concerning the Aerospace Defense industry had to do with labor disputes mainly union labor disputes OSHA did fine Honeywell for a labor dispute where it got rid of union labor and replaced the union workers with temp workers which resulted in an explosion from the labor not being experienced and trained well enough to handle Uranium Environmental Sustainability Policy The majority of Aerospace Defense companies did not even mention environmental sustainability in the code of conduct The main thing referenced in terms of the environment was to follow the laws but not much more When it came to penalties for suppliers for not being sustainable it appeared that as long as the suppliers followed the laws the majority of companies in Aerospace defense category would still do business with that supplier Since the environmental policy of most companies is not well defined beyond following the laws no penalties are listed for non compliance with the code of conduct for environmental sustainability Even in the contracts hardly anything is mentioned about the environment Best Practice Boeing s is developing a comprehensive plan resulting from an in depth dialog both internally and with a group of representatives from its global supply chain that once fully implemented will embed environmental requirements across the full spectrum of Boeing s macro procurement processes The plan will call for consideration of supplier environmental programs in source selection decisions Another Best Practice comes from Lockheed Martin Their Go Green initiative extends to their supply chain partners Their Greening the Supply Chain team works with compliance and contracts organizations to suggest language for new or follow on proposals as appropriate to reflect Green initiatives They also take part in REACH Registration Evaluation Authorization and restriction of Chemicals A European legislation with global impact REACH requires companies to provide hazardous chemical data to their EU customers Reporting Since most of the Aerospace and Defense companies don t have a strong sustainability guideline in their code of conduct it is unclear if that is even looked at in an audit If sustainability is looked at in an audit it is even more unclear what is being audited The only thing that an Aerospace Defense company may look at in an audit is making sure it s suppliers do not violate the laws Many of the companies we reviewed were audited for the Global 500 CDLI 2010 report This audit places high emphasis on disclosure of environmental footprint exhibited by each organization A few companies ranked in Band B which reflects that the integration of climate change has been recognized as a priority for strategy but not all initiatives are fully established Lockheed Martin according to the CDLI website has moved from Band B performance in 2010 into Band A Performance in 2011 Band A Performance constitutes having a fully integrated climate change strategy driving significant maturity in climate change initiatives This was a news release in Feb of 2012 but the full 2011 data set is not yet available When it comes to negative press most of the companies are not the greenest companies yet surprisingly a couple of organizations seemed to have a good record despite not having a strong guideline for suppliers ITT industries was ranked 30th of the fortune 500 companies for its green score Raytheon had a major spill near St Petersburg but appeared to react quickly and does have a middle of the road green score Auditing In terms of auditing of suppliers it is unclear the frequency or what is being audited in the Aerospace Defense industry The one thing that appears to be important is making sure no laws are

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  • Facts & Figures Articles - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    Logistics of the Relief Supply Chain Help for Tsunami Victims By Shana Martin SCRC Posted 01 26 2005 The recent tragedy suffered by the coastal nations along the Indian Ocean has realigned priorities and helped many of us to understand how lucky we are even facing our worst Categories Logistics SCM Features Facts Figures Supply Chain Metrics By Kelly Wright SCRC Posted 01 01 2005 What are supply chain metrics and how are they most useful Beginner Readers Do you know what it means to have a Perfect Order Measure of 94 How about an Categories SCM Features Facts Figures Supply Chain Metrics By Kelly Wright Posted 01 01 2005 What are supply chain metrics and how are they most useful Beginner Readers Do you know what it means to have a Perfect Order Measure of 94 How about an Categories SCM Features Facts Figures Supply Chain Management During the Holidays By Scott Hudson SCRC Posted 12 16 2004 Gift giving and receiving is a big part of the holiday season Supply chain and logistics processes must be efficient to handle the increased gift giving Gifts must be available Categories SCM Features Facts Figures C TPAT Membership Facts By Shana Martin SCRC Posted 11 22 2004 Improving the security at the nation s borders became a priority following the events of September 11 2001 Greater scrutiny was placed on the shipments into the U S resulting in longer Categories SCM Features Facts Figures The SCOR Model for Supply Chain Strategic Decisions By Scott Hudson SCRC Posted 10 27 2004 The supply chain operations reference model SCOR is a management tool used to address improve and communicate supply chain management decisions within a company and with suppliers and customers of Categories SCM Features Facts Figures What is Evaluated Receipt Settlement By Mike Johnston SCRC Posted 10 14 2004 Evaluated Receipt Settlement ERS is a procedure for the automatic settlement of goods receipts It was pioneered by General Motors GM to save the company time and money 1 Major Categories SCM Features Facts Figures Trends and Services Offered in the 3PL Industry By Scott Hudson SCRC Posted 09 01 2004 The third party logistics 3PL provider industry is expanding as global companies are realizing the cost savings of outsourcing their logistics services 1 The 3PL market grew by 6 9 percent Categories SCM Features Facts Figures Growing Emphasis on Product Lifecycle Management By Scott Hudson SCRC Posted 08 18 2004 To improve the communication between suppliers customers vendors and distributors companies are beginning to invest in product lifecycle management PLM software Product lifecycle management is an integrated information driven approach to Categories Logistics Global Logistics SCM Features Facts Figures Effects of Weather on the Supply Chain By Scott Hudson SCRC Posted 07 13 2004 Weather plays a big role in what consumers buy at the store or what customers buy from their suppliers Producers must pay attention to this information because having the wrong Categories SCM Features Facts Figures The Antonov Fast Shipping for Large Items By Shana Martin SCRC Posted 06 30 2004 While not a household name Russian built Antonov aircrafts have played an important role in transportation and logistics The Antonov 124 was initially built to move Russian military cargo but its Categories SCM Features Facts Figures The Increasing Necessity for Reverse Logistics By Scott Hudson SCRC Posted 06 02 2004 Due to environmental regulations and consumer pressures to increase customer service companies are focusing on reverse logistics Reverse logistics can lead to improved relationships with supply chain partners improved profits Categories Logistics SCM Features Facts Figures Cost Reduction Measures By Erik Kruse SCRC Posted 05 05 2004 According to a study by the Center for Applied Purchasing Studies CAPS Research the primary goal of most purchasing executives is to reduce total costs 1 Supply managers in general Categories SCM Features Facts Figures Unification of Bar Code Standards By Erik Kruse SCRC Posted 03 24 2004 Within bar coding there have historically been two distinct standards North America s Uniform Product Codes UPCs and the rest of the world s European Article Numbering EAN codes The Sunrise 2005 initiative Categories SCM Features Facts Figures U S and China Trade Relations By Shana Martin SCRC Posted 02 18 2004 China s entrance into the World Trade Organization WTO in 2001 was met with protests and resistance from some groups particularly human rights organizations Many businesses saw expansion into China as Categories SCM Features Facts Figures China and the World Trade Organization By Scott Frahm SCRC Posted 02 03 2004 Having joined the World Trade Organization WTO in late 2001 China has begun to open its doors to foreign investment There are still restrictions that impede competition but most of Categories SCM Features Facts Figures Supply Chain Visibility at GKN By Erik Kruse SCRC Posted 01 07 2004 GKN Driveline North America GKN DNA sees the upside of a world in which it could view and share identical business information with both its customers and its suppliers regardless Categories SCM Features Facts Figures Supply Chain Improvements Defined by Progress By Erik Kruse SCRC Posted 12 31 2003 Supply Management at Progress Energy realizes that as the energy industry becomes more competitive the effective management of the entire supply chain becomes an increasingly important contributor to the top Categories SCM Features Facts Figures Initiatives to Increase Maritime Supply Chain Security By Scott Hudson SCRC Posted 11 13 2003 Several government and industry initiatives have been introduced in the past two years to improve the security of the supply chain segment that deals with shipping containers that travel across Categories SCM Features Facts Figures Negotiating for Success By Shana Martin SCRC Posted 10 28 2003 Excellent negotiation skills not only influence the outcome of individual transactions but also relationships with suppliers and overall success One common misconception of negotiation is that one party has to Categories SCM Features Facts Figures Transportation Cost Trends By Erik Kruse SCRC Posted 09 16 2003 Supply chain

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  • Industrial Manufacturing Industry Sustainability Report - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    s are aware that sustainability will be an important way of doing business in the future but hesitant to commit due to changing customer requirements evolving technologies changing regulatory landscape and lack of recognition of the importance of sustainability projects from investors Automotive executives see the importance of sustainability education for future industry leaders Inferred Conflict between sustainability efforts and strategic priorities 90 of industry execs believe that economic downturn has raised the importance of sustainability brand trust and reputation is driving executives to take action Construction and Farm Machinery Companies with this industry have code of conducts that apply to their extended supply networks with application to tier 2 and beyond suppliers Strong supplier relationships exist within these markets where total supply chain transparency is required in order to ensure enforcement of the code of conduct as well as support in case of natural disasters etc These companies present updated information annually regarding their adherence to the environmental and LHR sustainability over the past year s operations within their own operations as well as their suppliers like natural resource usage efforts within the community and other items Industrial Machinery Larger companies in this industry try to collaborate with their suppliers as much as they can However this intention still needs further development Most companies in this industry focus only on their 1st tier suppliers but they do not extend requirements to 2nd tier suppliers and beyond The companies already include LHR issues in their codes of conduct Also many companies also focus on employee development programs that increase employees knowledge skills and satisfaction The companies in this industry already track the effect of their production on the environment especially carbon footprint and are identifying ways of reducing emissions and waste Methodology and Rating System Brief overview of the system and approach for research and ratings This will be the same for all teams this will be provided by the research group List of Company Ratings Industry Best Practices GM and the US portion of Honda are part of the Automotive Industry Action Group AIAG which is a North American member based non profit group working to improve supply chain issues Volkswagen has a reputation for being an industry leader in enforcing the rights of employees Within the Supplier Code of Conduct for John Deere it requires complete supply chain transparency to confirm compliance of both the codes of conduct as well as corrective actions when issues arise Ingersoll Rand has been recognized for energy efficiency and it has created the Center for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability where it works with other companies and suppliers within the industry to teach how efficiently use energy and natural resources and also continues to research new sustainability and efficiency technologies for the future EATON has developed WISPER Worldwide Interactive Supplier Performance Evaluation Resource to improve collaboration between the company and its suppliers Common Gaps Opportunities and Industry Recommendations Since the majority of automotive OEM s use the same suppliers we recommend that the

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  • Energy (Utilities) Sustainability Report - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    information and rated their performance with respect to the above grid This gave us a basic score for the different parameters The average score of the above parameters gave us the final scores under each category SRM SCM etc List of Company Ratings Companies which have been evaluated are listed from best to worst according to the scoring grid as follows Exelon Corp PG E Corp Dominion Resources Consolidated Edison Inc Duke Energy Corp Southern Company Edison international Sempra Energy Xcel Energy Inc Entergy Corp Progress Energy Inc PPL American Electric Power Best Practices Edison International Partnership guidelines Implemented an Enterprise Resource Planning ERP system that utilizes SAP software Supplier Diversity Program require prime suppliers to provide Tier 2 subcontracting DBE spend Dominion Resources Strategic sourcing Enterprise sourcing Exploration Production Gas delivery transmission Power generation Spend management and Category management PPL Tracking Reporting and Improving Environmental Impacts Diversity and sustainability in suppliers Spend management and Category management Common Gaps Opportunities and Industry Recommendations The electric utility industry lags behind other industries in adopting and managing sustainable supply chain practices Leaders in the industry however formed The Electric Utility Industry Sustainable Supply Chain Alliance with a mission to promote environmental stewardship and provide value to customers and shareholders Focusing on non fuel suppliers the Alliance s goal is to work with industry suppliers and other interested parties to improve environmental performance and advance sustainable business practices While this is an important first step and a worthwhile organization by addressing only environmental impacts of supply chain activities it falls short in addressing all areas of creating a sustainable supply chain AEP is an example of a utility with the right policies and procedures in place to thoroughly evaluate and improve their activities and those of their supply chain in a sustainable manner AEP has completed an annual report according to the Global Reporting Initiative GRI Sustainability Reporting Guidelines Version 3 0 G3 and meet the requirements of Application Level A This report includes Profile GRI Content Index Governance Commitments Engagement Economic Performance Indicators Environmental Performance Indicators Labor and Work Performance Human Rights Society Product Responsibility Electric Utility Sector Supplement Index AEP has set a standard with this report which all entities in the industry should strive to emulate Of particular note is their evaluation and reporting on labor and human rights concerns In these often neglected aspects of sustainability AEP gauges the likelihood and impact of health and safety issues as well as worker s right to strike and impact of a walkout While they may not have all the appropriate policies and procedures to adequately deal with these issues their commitment to continually improve is reflected in this publicly available report Appendices Green Rankings http www thedailybeast com newsweek features green rankings 2011 us html Green Rankings Methodology http www thedailybeast com newsweek 2011 10 16 newsweek green rankings 2011 full methodology html EDISON International references http www edison com ourcompany eix asp http www sce com b db erp supplier

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