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Supply Chain Roadmap: aligning supply chain with business strategy (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Hernan Perez

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The book answers a recurring question in the business today:
What is the best supply chain strategy for my business?

Answering this question is difficult, because it is not easy to understand the multiples relationships among the supply chain, business competitive framework, and, the business strategy,

In order to address this shortcoming, the author conducted an analysis of the most widely recognized theories, best practices and case studies about supply chain strategy.
His analysis identified a set of common configurations that reveal key drivers of supply chain strategy and explains how these can be aligned in a coherent strategy. These findings are summarized in a strategy formulation method called the Supply Chain Roadmap ®, which provides:
• Understandings of the interrelation among industry’s competitive framework, competitive positioning of the business, and, supply chain processes.
• A compilation of 42 key factors of a supply chain strategy, which are represented on a graphical diagram on a single page, called “The Map”.
• The characterization of the supply chain strategies most widely used in the industry, “the 6 Supply Chain Archetypes”: Efficient, Fast, Continuous-Flow, Agile, Custom-Configured, and Flexible.

About the book

The book provides everything the reader need to know about supply chain strategy and how to ensure the alignment of the supply chain with business strategy.
This is not a conventional supply chain’s book, this is a practical handbook that guides you step by step in the analysis and formulation of supply chain strategy.
Book is very easy to read and graphically superior to most business books -book is a full color and includes more than 75 figures-.

The book is organized in three sections:
* Section 1: Introduction, in which are explained concepts about strategy and supply chain and the theoretical fundamentals behind the Supply Chain Roadmap. Additionally the three perspectives of the supply chain strategy (Business Framework, Unique Value Proposal, and Supply Chain Processes) are explained.
* Section 2: Supply Chain Roadmap Tools, in which the four tools used for applying the method are explained: The Map, 10-Common-Patterns, 6 Supply Chain Archetypes, and the Feasibility Matrix.
* Section 3: Applying the method, in which is presented the “how to” of the method.

Who should read the book?

This book enables understanding of the supply chain management from the perspective of the business strategy, is useful for business leaders, managers, consultants, students (undergraduate or graduate of Industrial Engineering, Business, Supply Chain, and similar), and all those interested in improving the competitiveness of organizations.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Hernan David Perez is the creator of Supply Chain Roadmap ® method, he has developed the method as result of his experience in supply chain management in several fields such as professor of postgraduate students, speaker in supply chain strategy, and, his real experience in management positions in the supply chain in multinational companies in several sectors such as automotive, FMCG -fast moving consumer goods-, B2B, and retail. The book deepens and extended the concepts presented in his recognized article "Supply Chain Strategies: Which one hits the mark?" published by CSCMP's Supply Chain Quarterly in 2013, which is one of the highest read articles of the magazine, and, is a top search-result in Google for the term "Supply Chain Strategy". Born in Medellin-Colombia, Hernan David has a Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering, a Master in Production and Services Management, and, a Master in Operations Management.


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5.0 von 5 Sternen “Supply Chain Roadmap”: A Review 16. März 2014
Von Sarah irfan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Hernan David Perez’s book “Supply Chain Roadmap” should come as a deliverance to the very genuine aspirations of many supply chain managers because it neatly lends to demystify the rather intractable issue of supply chain alignment. In a very fundamental way, supply chain alignment is both the beginning and end of all supply chain improvement initiatives. Ever since Marshall Fisher produced his seminal paper “What is the Right Supply Chain for Your Product,” interest within the supply chain community in its adaptation for easy implementation has remained high. Supply Chain Roadmap begins to address those concerns.
The amount of effort the author has put in synthesizing the various thought streams and weave it into a coherent analytical environment is stupendous indeed. It seems to provide an elaborate, yet facile interface for understanding the entire spectrum of an organization’s competitive positioning in the marketplace and then aligning it appropriately. While the myriad great textbooks on supply chain management typically go great lengths in providing various perspectives they all end up in orchestrating a theme rather than a method. Supply Chain Roadmap, instead, emerges as a ready-to-apply application tool that should help bring out a clear direction for action in a matter of days. Its emphasis on engaging all the stakeholders as a default condition further reinforces its organizational worth.
At the heart of “Supply Chain Roadmap” is a fairly structured model that captures the critical interactions between four defining elements of supply chain design – business framework; value proposition; supply chain processes; and managerial focus. In turn, this yields to a comprehensive yet simplistic supply chain alignment paradigm that evolves as a four-step method – defining scope; understanding current and futuristic needs; evaluating design; and redesign – effectively identifying and resolving all inconsistencies that hamper a supply chain from exploiting its full potential.
As the author admits, “Supply Chain Roadmap” is not a new theory. It is rather built around established operations management and organizational science principles and paradigms. However, its real value resides in providing a systematic approach to review existing and desired future states by inducting the collective intellectual capital within an enterprise. It should provide a tremendous incentive to all perceptive supply chain professionals to engage in its implementation and, therefore, to contribute to its continuing refinement and success.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A coherent analysis to distinguish your supply chain and its strategy 21. März 2014
Von Guido Ruiz - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The book, besides being useful for a management level, is a valuable resource for industrial engineers and mid-level managers seeking to apply not only tools, but existing methodologies for operational excellence on a supply chain scale.
The classification of supply chains by type of product and its relationship with the market, was an issue that had not entirely ended up clear in the literature of previous years. With the Supply Chain Roadmap, we will recognize the strategies that we will really need for our product, avoiding decisions with the wrong criteria or against the nature of our supply chain.
In general, the author presents a very easy to follow up book because of its standard structure for each type of supply chain, highlighting the differences between them easily.
It could be good to change or define terms that can cause confusion for people who are not used to the subject, such as "pooling, cost uncerntainty and working capital".
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Looking for the right Supply Chain Strategy to support your Business Strategy? READ THIS BOOK 29. März 2014
Von Hans Kremer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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A lot has been written about (corporate) strategy in recent years. Starting with people like Ansoff and Drucker in the 1950s and 1960s. Since then many books, concepts and theories have seen the light. And a lot that has been said and written makes perfect sense. And then in the 1980s Oliver introduced the term Supply Chain Management and Porter followed with a similar concept called the Value Chain. Both encompassed the interaction among firms and their suppliers and customers, as well as the connections among the functions of the company according to the writer of this book: Hernan David Perez. And the two, corporate strategy and supply chain management strategy are closely related. As a matter of fact, the right fit between the two can make a company very successful, whereas a wrong fit can mean disaster.

This view has been described before by Fisher, Christopher, Lee, Gattorna and others. Reading one after the other leaves you behind with a lot of valuable information, but also with confusion. Despite the similarity between their pieces, there are differences too, especially when you want to practice what they preach. You wonder how am I going to apply these important insights? And that is exactly the question Perez answers. He provides you with a clear supply chain roadmap, that helps you to align supply chain strategy with business strategy. It is a very practical and tangible approach that guides you from mapping your situation, all the way to applying your insights. READ THIS BOOK, you and your company will greatly benefit from it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A logical and detailed methodology to analyze supply chain strategy 5. Februar 2014
Von Manuel Farias - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Last year Hernan David Perez published his remarkable article “Supply chain strategies: Which one hits the mark?” on the CSCMP’s Supply Chain Quarterly, now he introduces his book “Supply Chain Roadmap: Aligning supply chain with business strategy.”
In the book you will find a more detailed explanation of the methodology and some examples and cases.
The author did a very comprehensive research of the supply chain strategy topic and based also on his own extensive experience propose a very logical and detailed four-step methodology to analyze supply chain strategy and a way to assess its alignment with business strategy.
Easy to read and well structured, but dense with details on supply chain processes and business strategy concepts this book is not for the novice, previous knowledge and experience on the topics are required to better understand the methodology, all the more for applying it to analyze a company's supply chain.
Indeed this book is a great advance on the evolving topic of supply chain strategic alignment; the author makes important contributions for a better understanding of the relationship between business and supply chain strategies.
I am sure Supply Chain Roadmap methodology will be better recognized and fully appreciated as new cases of successful application of the methodology are known.
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