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  • References: Approaches to Forecasting : A Tutorial - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    Experts SCM Subject Matter Experts SCM Faculty Experts Cecil Bozarth Ph D Clyde M Crider MBA Donavon Favre MA Tracy Freeman MBA Robert Handfield Ph D Jeffrey Stonebraker Ph D Don Warsing Ph D SCM Professionals SCM Research 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 References Approaches to Forecasting A Tutorial References Approaches to Forecasting A Tutorial Published on Jan 26 2011 by Cecil Bozarth PhD References Most introductory textbooks in Operations and Supply Chain Management offer a good discussion of forecasting models Techniques such as time series models regression and measures of forecasting accuracy are routinely covered in these books One possible source Cecil Bozarth and Robert Handfield Introduction to Operations and Supply Chain Management Prentice Hall 2006 ISBN 0139446206 Planners who are interested in a more advanced treatment of forecasting might want to check devoted to business forecasting One possible source John Hanke Arthur Reitsch and Dean Wichern Business Forecasting Prentice Hall 2001 ISBN 0130878103 Categories SCM Tutorials Forecasting Read the Supply Chain Management Professional Newsletter Read the latest supply chain research articles and news as soon as we post them Privacy Policy 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 Chain Procurement Process Six Sigma SC Risk Supplier Partnerships SCM Supplier Evaluation Logistics Global Logistics Logistics Definition SCM Procurement E Procurement SCM Video Insights Library SCM Research Production Labor Sourcing SCM Pain Points Supply Chain Sustainability Supply Chain

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  • Summary: Approaches to Forecasting : A Tutorial - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    Blog SCM Tutorials SCM Video Insights Library SCM Insights Polls SCM Topics SCM Research SCRC Article Library Summary Approaches to Forecasting A Tutorial Summary Approaches to Forecasting A Tutorial Published on Jan 26 2011 by Cecil Bozarth PhD Summary Forecasting is a critical part of CPFR Fortunately there are a number of well developed tools and strategies for developing forecasts Avoid forecasting values when you can calculate them For example in an ideal world we would only forecast POS demand and use these numbers to calculate the replenishment forecasts at the DCs and the order forecasts at the plants Quantitative forecasting techniques are best suited to situations where historical data exists and the past is considered a good indicator of what will happen in the future Qualitative forecasting methods are used when the situation is vague and little data exists from which to develop a forecast Qualitative forecasting often depends on intuition and experience although techniques such as the Delphi method and life cycle analogy help provide structure to these efforts Regardless of the forecasting techniques used forecasting efforts are incomplete unless we measure and track forecasting accuracy In many businesses the vast majority of items can be forecasted for using fairly simple quantitative models Most of the time will be spent developing forecasts for the difficult few such as new products or markets with little or no demand history Categories SCM Tutorials Forecasting Read the Supply Chain Management Professional Newsletter Read the latest supply chain research articles and news as soon as we post them Privacy Policy 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

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  • Q2 Forecasting: Approaches to Forecasting : A Tutorial - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    SCM Subject Matter Experts SCM Faculty Experts Cecil Bozarth Ph D Clyde M Crider MBA Donavon Favre MA Tracy Freeman MBA Robert Handfield Ph D Jeffrey Stonebraker Ph D Don Warsing Ph D SCM Professionals SCM Research 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 Q2 Forecasting Approaches to Forecasting A Tutorial Q2 Forecasting Approaches to Forecasting A Tutorial Published on Jan 26 2011 by Cecil Bozarth PhD Q2 Forecasting What Is Q2 Forecasting Quantitative Qualitative Forecasting Basic ideas behind Q2 forecasting Wherever possible forecasters should first develop a quantitative forecast then use this for the basis for more qualitative analysis Historical data is never a perfect indicator of what will happen in the future but this doesn t excuse us from considering it By following the Q2 principle forecasters can Keep their intuition grounded in the data Expose the assumptions behind qualitative forecasts ex Why do we expect demand to be three times higher than last year Categories SCM Tutorials Forecasting Read the Supply Chain Management Professional Newsletter Read the latest supply chain research articles and news as soon as we post them Privacy Policy 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 Chain Procurement Process Six Sigma SC Risk Supplier Partnerships SCM Supplier Evaluation Logistics Global Logistics Logistics Definition SCM Procurement E Procurement SCM Video Insights Library SCM Research Production Labor Sourcing SCM Pain Points Supply Chain Sustainability Supply Chain

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  • 3 - Step Process: Approaches to Forecasting : A Tutorial - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    Research SCRC Article Library 3 Step Process Approaches to Forecasting A Tutorial 3 Step Process Approaches to Forecasting A Tutorial Published on Jan 26 2011 by Cecil Bozarth PhD 3 Step Process STEP 1 Divide Items into Three Major Categories STEP 2 Apply the simplest tools needed to do the job STEP 3 Spend effort on the difficult few Other Considerations Q2 Forecasting STEP 1 Divide Items into Three Major Categories STEP 2 Apply the simplest tools needed to do the job STEP 3 Spend effort on the difficult few Other Considerations Begin to develop the database needed to support quantitative analysis Sales and order history Promotions price discounts offered etc Measure forecast accuracy and put in place a formal review step to review what forecasting methods did did not work Reassign items to categories adjust methods based on what is learned in the formal review Like any business process forecasting should be subject to continuous improvement efforts Q2 Forecasting Quantitative Qualitative Forecasting Basic ideas behind Q2 forecasting Wherever possible forecasters should first develop a quantitative forecast then use this for the basis for more qualitative analysis Historical data is never a perfect indicator of what will happen in the future but this doesn t excuse us from considering it By following the Q2 principle forecasters can Keep their intuition grounded in the data Expose the assumptions behind qualitative forecasts ex Why do we expect demand to be three times higher than last year Categories SCM Tutorials Forecasting Read the Supply Chain Management Professional Newsletter Read the latest supply chain research articles and news as soon as we post them Privacy Policy 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

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  • Supply Chain Management Articles Library - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    MBA 03 Scott Frahm MBA 03 Amy Mercer MBA 03 Kendyle Scott MBA 03 Posted 01 24 2011 Associated Technologies Workstation Collaboration Portals Electronic Data Interchange EDI The foundation of supplier collaboration is the ability to communicate effectively and efficiently with individuals and companies who provide the organization Categories SCM Topics Supplier Partnerships Performance Measurements and Metrics Developing Collaborative Supplier Partnerships By Brian Fillard MBA 03 Scott Frahm MBA 03 Amy Mercer MBA 03 Kendyle Scott MBA 03 Posted 01 24 2011 Performance Measurements and Metrics Delivery Quality Cost Benchmarking Tracking the performance of suppliers is instrumental in evaluating whether or not they are showing improvement Each company must assess what measurements Categories SCM Topics Supplier Partnerships Definition Developing Collaborative Supplier Partnerships By Brian Fillard MBA 03 Scott Frahm MBA 03 Amy Mercer MBA 03 Kendyle Scott MBA 03 Posted 01 24 2011 Definition In order to maintain pace with today s increased competition larger organizations are becoming more dependent on suppliers Outsourcing has become a way of life at many companies as they Categories SCM Topics Supplier Partnerships Background Developing Collaborative Supplier Partnerships By Brian Fillard MBA 03 Scott Frahm MBA 03 Amy Mercer MBA 03 Kendyle Scott MBA 03 Posted 01 24 2011 Background Collaborative partnerships between companies and their suppliers are a recent development in the business world Throughout a great portion of the twentieth century the relationship between company and supplier Categories SCM Topics Supplier Partnerships The Relationship between Disruption Amplifiers and Risk Reduction Mechanisms A Managerial Framework By Robert B Handfield PhD Jennifer Blackhurst PhD Christopher W Craighead PhD Debra Elkins PhD Posted 01 20 2011 The Relationship between Disruption Amplifiers and Risk Reduction Mechanisms Clearly some of these actions improved planning and collaboration can be adopted with a minimal level of investment and may provide Categories SCM Topics SC Risk Supply Chain Disruption Issues Common Themes A Managerial Framework for Reducing the Impact of Disruption By Robert B Handfield PhD Jennifer Blackhurst PhD Christopher W Craighead PhD Debra Elkins PhD Posted 01 20 2011 Supply Chain Disruption Issues Common Themes There are three interrelated important attributes that arise from this research that companies should consider in managing supply chain disruptions Supply Chain Knowledge An effective Categories Risk Reduction Mechanisms A Managerial Framework for Reducing the Impact of Disruptions to the Supply Chain By Robert B Handfield PhD Jennifer Blackhurst PhD Christopher W Craighead PhD Debra Elkins PhD Posted 01 20 2011 Risk Reduction Mechanisms To manage the amplifiers of supply chain disruptions with their roots in supply chain globalization and product process complexity firms have deployed a variety of different Risk Reduction Categories SCM Topics SC Risk Material Handling By Posted 01 19 2011 The grouping of management functions supporting the complete cycle of material flow from the purchase and internal control of production materials to the planning and control of work in process to the warehousing shipping and distribution of the finished product Source APICS 8th ed Categories Inventory Stock Levels By Posted 01 19 2011 Comprised of base inventory level and target inventory level Base inventory level is made up of aggregate lot size inventory plus the aggregate safety stock inventory It does not take into Categories Inventory Replenishment By Posted 01 19 2011 Relocating material from a bulk storage area to an order pick storage area and documenting this relocation Lead time order quantity and replenishment interval are factors in inventory replenishment Categories Data Management By Posted 01 19 2011 Data Resource Management is the development and execution of architectures policies practices and procedures that properly manage the information needs of an enterprise Companies often keep raw information in online Categories Cost By Posted 01 19 2011 See Activity based Cost Accounting Activity based Management Cost System Design Target Costing Total Costs Total Cost of Ownership Categories Channel Management By Posted 01 19 2011 The management of firms or individuals that participate in the flow of goods and services from the raw material supplier and producer to the final user or customer Source http www apics org 10th ed Categories Reverse Logistics By Posted 01 19 2011 A supply chain that is dedicated to the reverse flow of products and materials for returns repair remanufacture and or recycling Source http www apics org 10th ed Categories Logistics Logistics Definition SCM Supply Chain Management Definitions Terms Physical Flows Outbound Logistics By Posted 01 19 2011 The process related to the storage and movement of the final product and related information flows from the end of the production line to the end user Sources Christopher M 1998 Logistics and Supply Chain Management Strategies for reducing cost and improving service 2nd Ed New York Prentice Hall http www esri com industries logistics glossary html f l Categories Logistics Logistics Definition SCM Supply Chain Management Definitions Terms Physical Flows Logistics Management By Posted 01 19 2011 Logistics management is the process of strategically managing the procurement movement and storage of materials parts and finished inventory and the related information flows through the organization and its marketing Categories Logistics Logistics Definition SCM Supply Chain Management Definitions Terms Information Flows Logistics Information Systems By Posted 01 19 2011 Converting data to information portraying it in a manner useful for decision making and interfacing the information with decision assisting methods are considered to be at the heart of an information Categories Logistics Logistics Definition SCM Supply Chain Management Definitions Terms Information Flows Inbound Logistics By Posted 01 19 2011 Following the receipt of materials parts or resale products from external suppliers the subsequent storage handling and transportation requirements to facilitate either manufacturing or market distribution constitute inbound logistics Source Bowersox D J Closs D J Cooper B M 2002 Supply Chain Logistics Management Burr Ridge Boston McGraw Hill See Interplant Transfer Outbound Logistics Categories Logistics Logistics Definition SCM Supply Chain Management Definitions Terms Physical Flows Inventory Management Systems By Posted 01 19 2011 Software applications that permit monitoring events across a supply chain These systems track and trace

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  • Supply Chain Management Articles Library - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    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 Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing Conclusion By Rob Handfield Posted 06 29 2006 PART 1 Findings 1 3 PART 2 Findings 4 7 PART 3 Findings 8 10 PART 4 Conclusion PLS is a fast emerging trend in the management of semi skilled production labor It is Categories SCM Features Lessons Learned Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing Findings 8 10 By Rob Handfield Posted 06 22 2006 PART 1 Findings 1 3 PART 2 Findings 4 7 PART 3 Findings 8 10 PART 4 Conclusion PLS is a fast emerging trend in the management of semi skilled production labor It is Categories SCM Features Lessons Learned Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing Findings 4 7 By Rob Handfield Posted 06 15 2006 PART 1 Findings 1 3 PART 2 Findings 4 7 PART 3 Findings 8 10 PART 4 Conclusion PLS is a fast emerging trend in the management of semi skilled production labor It is Categories SCM Features Lessons Learned Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing Findings 1 3 By Rob Handfield Posted 06 08 2006 PART 1 Findings 1 3 PART 2 Findings 4 7 PART 3 Findings 8 10 PART 4 Conclusion PLS is a fast emerging trend in the management of semi skilled production labor It is Categories SCM Features Lessons Learned Current Strategies and Tactics in Staffing By Rob Handfield SCRC Posted 06 03 2006 The following report is introductory to Dr Handfield s research on Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing Contingent work force Call it downsizing rightsizing or a layoff Companies throughout the 90 s Categories SCM Features Facts Figures 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 the following key points emerged from our research A more detailed presentation of the findings will be posted throughout the Summer Categories SCM Research Production Labor Sourcing Methodology Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing By Rob Handfield PhD Posted 06 01 2006 Methodology In order to seek additional insights into the trend of outsourced production labor a series of interviews was carried out on the status of US manufacturing labor for skilled Categories SCM Research Production Labor Sourcing Background Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing By Rob Handfield PhD North Carolina State University Posted 06 01 2006 Background Imagine you walk into your facility and see a group of semi skilled workers who are reliable show up on time and are trained to find ways to reduce waste through Categories SCM Research Production Labor Sourcing Introduction Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing By Robert Handfield Ph D Posted 06 01 2006 Introduction Outsourcing has become a common business practice to decrease manufacturing costs Almost every element within a manufacturing company has been analyzed for suitability and impact Leading edge manufacturers have Categories SCM Research Production Labor Sourcing A Brief History of Outsourcing By Robert Handfield Ph D Posted 06 01 2006 The following report is introductory to Dr Handfield s research on Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing Since the Industrial Revolution companies have grappled with how they can exploit their competitive Categories SCM Features Facts Figures Outsourcing Production Labor A New Breed of Lean Manufacturing By Rob Handfield Posted 05 26 2006 The following report is introductory to Dr Handfield s research on Current Trends in Production Labor Sourcing Manufacturing companies are beginning to examine the business case for outsourcing production tasks Categories SCM Features Lessons Learned Strategic Information Systems Planning SISP An IS Strategy for ERP Implementation By Cecil Bozarth SCRC Posted 03 28 2006 The following is based on Dr Bozarth s research on ERP Implementation Efforts at Three Firms Applying lessons from the SISP and IT enabled change literature which is scheduled to appear in Categories SCM Features Facts Figures IT Enabled Change By Cecil Bozarth SCRC Posted 03 14 2006 The following is based on Dr Bozarth s research on ERP Implementation Efforts at Three Firms Applying lessons from the SISP and IT enabled change literature which is scheduled to appear in Categories SCM Features Facts Figures Best Practices in Procure to Pay Cycle Reduce Complexity in Catalogs and Buying Channels Part 8 By Rob Handfield SCRC Kevin McCormack and Wolfgang Steininger Posted 03 08 2006 PART 1 PART 2 PART 3 PART 4 PART 5 PART 6 PART 7 PART 8 PART 9 PART 10 Many of the experts also emphasized the need to reduce Categories SCM Features Lessons Learned Best Practices in Procure to Pay Cycle Conclusions and Observations Part 10 By Rob Handfield SCRC Kevin McCormack and Wolfgang Steininger Posted 03 08 2006 Virtually all of the hypotheses

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  • Supply Chain Management Articles Library - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    companies That does not mean that Brick and Mortar will go away But Click and Mortar will become the only means of survival John Chambers Categories SCM Features Lessons Learned Reverse Auctions How Do Suppliers Really Feel About Them By Rob Handfield Posted 11 12 2002 In September I attended a meeting of over 130 executives at a joint meeting of the members of the Drug Chemical and Allied Trades DCAT group and the Institute for Categories SCM Features Hot Topics Skills for the New Era of Supply Chain Management A Look to the Future By Rob Handfield Director Posted 11 01 2002 As we approach the end of the year many of us are wondering what the new year will bring for us as well as what it will take to keep Categories SCM Features Hot Topics APICS Column The Electronic Marketplace By Kelly Wright SCRC Posted 10 30 2002 Trade through e marketplaces is expected to grow from 7 8 of e commerce activity in 2002 to 48 of online trade by 2006 So far 15 percent of all Fortune 2000 companies Categories SCM Features Facts Figures Six Steps to a Successful VMI System By Kelly Wright Posted 10 23 2002 COMMUNICATE expectations of all parties Customer must commit to sharing PRECISE information Supplier must ensure RELIABLE transmission receipt and use of information Sufficiently TEST systems before going live Expect implementation Categories SCM Features Lessons Learned Supply Chain Redesign Requires Open Communication Lessons from GM s OTD Supplier Council By Rob Handfield Posted 10 17 2002 I attended a meeting of the General Motors Order to Delivery Supplier Council led by Dick Alagna Director of OTD Purchasing on September 10 2002 The meeting was held at General Motors University Categories SCM Features Hot Topics West Coast Lockout Costing 1 2 Billion a Day By Kelly Wright SCRC Posted 10 07 2002 This past week s failed contract talks between dockworkers and shipping lines are costing the U S economy dearly Estimates range from 1 Billion by economists at Indiana University and UC Berkeley Categories SCM Features Facts Figures Key Themes Facing Supply Chain Executives By Rob Handfield Posted 10 03 2002 As a member of the Editorial Board for the periodical Inside Supply Management I recently sat in on a teleconference involving multiple executives from different industries including Boeing Sealy Raytheon Categories SCM Features Hot Topics The Hidden Impact of Inventory By Rob Handfield Director Posted 10 02 2002 Many managers complain that senior executives do not understand the importance of supply chain management SCM At supply chain conferences and educational seminars the phrase I wish my boss were Categories SCM Features Hot Topics APICS Column Lessons in Demand Management By Asmita Barve Posted 09 24 2002 Demand Management The function of recognizing all demands for goods and services to support the market place It involves prioritizing demand when supply is lacking Proper demand management facilitates the Categories SCM Features Lessons Learned Supplier Development Strategies and Outcomes By

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  • Sustainable Supply Chains – Industrials Sector - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    Partners Contact SCRC Industry Partnerships SCRC Partnerships Industry Partnership Partner Successes Our Partners Executive Education Shelton Leadership SCM Concentrations MBA Ugrad Concentrations SCM Concentrations Jenkins MBA SC Fellows SCRC Scholars Student Testimonials SCM Faculty Experts SCM Subject Matter Experts SCM Faculty Experts Cecil Bozarth Ph D Clyde M Crider MBA Donavon Favre MA Tracy Freeman MBA Robert Handfield Ph D Jeffrey Stonebraker Ph D Don Warsing Ph D SCM Professionals SCM Research 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 White Paper Library Sustainable Supply Chains Industrials Sector Description Author Nate Evans Categories Download White Paper Download Sustainable Supply Chains Industrials Sector 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 Chain Procurement Process Six Sigma SC Risk Supplier Partnerships SCM Supplier Evaluation Logistics Global Logistics Logistics Definition SCM Procurement E Procurement SCM Video Insights

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