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Ever since its founding in 1976, PRTM has shone the spotlight on operations the component of the business world that often goes unheralded. But as one of the executives interviewed for the General Motors profile in these pages notes, it s the operations staff that are the oaks of any organization providing the solid support for manufacturing and supply chain management that makes for progress in the gross national product of every country worldwide. We hope we ve captured some of the esprit de corps of supply chain management in these pages, especially in the seven organizations that agreed to be profiled for this book: Eli Lilly, Autoliv, Avon, Owens Corning, the U.S. Department of Defense (the largest supply chain in the world), General Motors, and Seagate Technology. We d like to thank all the executives we interviewed at these organizations for their candor, their passion for their work, and their desire to share the state of their art with others. These companies were chosen by us because they understand the strategic role the supply chain plays in their businesses and are engaged today in large-scale transformative initiatives to wring more value from supply-chain investments, create better return on investment from process and technology improvements, and establish an end-to-end supply chain at their enterprises. These interviews were made all the more lively by the facilitation and expertise of our stellar internal marketing communications staff at PRTM. Victoria Cooper, our director of corporate communications, led this book project from start to finish, establishing an early vision for its structure and content, managing all aspects of the project, and integrating all the strands of the book. She also conducted many of the interviews for the profiles. We also are indebted to Martha Craumer, our Atlantic Region editor, who shared the development role on the book, also leading several interviews, but most important, continually driving us to clarify our thinking. Martha made the book much more readable through her editing and rewriting skills. We d like to thank Sherrie Good, our Pacific Region editor, who endured the lengthy process of fact-checking the statements pertaining to client and other company examples in the text with good grace. We also
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owe thanks to our assistant editor, Bridget Brace, who ensured that our manuscript met the publisher s guidelines for style and format and who kept all the files straight over the many months of discovery and revision. We d also like to thank Erik Schubert, PRTM s art director, for making the charts for this book. The following directors made the company profiles possible because of their relationships: Shoshanah Cohen and Jan Paul Zonnenberg for Lilly; Bob Pethick for Autoliv and GM; Brian Gibbs for Avon; Amram Shapiro and Steve Pillsbury for Owens Corning; Jeff Berg and Mike Finley for the U.S. Department of Defense; and Mike Anthony for Seagate Technology. We are also indebted to Jennifer Parkhurst for her contributions to the Lilly profile. And we thank PRTM business analysts Pranay Agarwal, Paul Ibarra, Amanda Jenkins, Chris Barrett, Neil Kansari, and Andrew Yiu for early research on these and other companies strength and history in supply chain management. We d also like to thank the following freelance writers: Michael Cohen and Michael Lecky, for their contributions to the Autoliv and DoD profiles respectively. This book would not have come into existence without the championship of Craig Divino, a recently retired director of PRTM who worked on many supply chain challenges at companies in Europe and the United States during his 25-year tenure at the firm. We are also indebted to Gordon Stewart, PRTM s Atlantic Region managing director, for his exploration of PRTM s history of leadership in supply chain management in the Foreword. As for the creation of the five disciplines explored in this book, there are many contributors from the many worldwide offices of PRTM:
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For the strategy chapter, we are grateful to Tom Godward, Bob Moncrieff, Craig Divino, Jim Welch, and Brad Householder. For the process chapter, we are grateful to Didier Givert, Jakub Wawszczak, Craig Divino, Torsten Becker, Hans Kuehn, and Brad Householder, who provided significant input for the definition of the five processes plan, source, make, deliver, and return and how they work together to form an end-to-end supply chain. We also thank Paul Cantrell, who researched some of the examples in the chapter, and Peter Vickers, who provided significant input for the four tests of supply-chain architecture. For the organization chapter, we are grateful to Kate Fickle, Gordon Stewart, Bob Moncrieff, and especially Craig Kerr, who provided the framework for the evolution of the supply chain organization.
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