ADVENCED SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT , Defining the Retail Supply Chain , Drivers of Retail Supply Chain Change , Path to the Customer , Product Types – Value to the Customer , Retail Supply Chain Management , Product Tracking Along Retail Supply Chains , Understanding supply Chain Costs ,
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Defining the Retail Supply Chain
Introduction; More than Stores; Defining the terms: Supply Chain and Supply Chain Management; the Importance of Customer Segments; Adding Value along the Chain; Types of Supply Chain Business; Supply Chain Component Data.
A Changing World: Moving Toward Comparative Advantage
Basics on Comparative Advantage; Concept of Distance; Revenue Control, Workforce Cost, Fixed Cost, Purchased Item Cost.
Drivers of Retail Supply Chain Change
Importance of Drivers; Innovation Driver; Extended Product Design; Globalization; Flexibility Imperative – the Ultimate Capability; Process Centered Management.
Path to the Customer
Meeting Market Needs – Dimensions; Role of Specifications; Nature of Demand; Quality Function Deployment Tool: QFD Overview, Supply Chain QFD Example.
Product Types – Value to the Customer
The Product Life Cycle; Innovative and Functional Products; Market Research Costs; Customer Value and Product Types
Retail Supply Chain Management – Skill Required
Five Tasks for SCM Excellence; Assessing Retail SCM Skills
The Demand Driven Supply Chain
Vision for the Demand – Driven Supply Chain; the Path from Forecast Driven to Demand Driven; DemaDriven Tools and Techniques; Sponsoring the Demand Driven Supply Chain.
Product Tracking Along Retail Supply Chains
Low Tech Retailing; Beyond Basic Bar Codes; Radio Frequency identification: The Retail Application; Active RFID; RFID Applications; Tracking in Transit; Future of Product Tracking
Understanding supply Chain Costs
Barriers to Cost Visibility; Goal: Activity – Based Costing by Product; The Starting Point (I - A); Department Costs with Capital Recovery (II - B); Multi-Company Process Cost (III – C); Activity – Based Costing byProduct (IV – D)