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The goal of an effective supply chain organization is to optimize the end-to-end orderfulfillment process not individual functions all while achieving the lowest total cost.
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manufacturing, for instance, if it drives equal or greater savings in transportation or warehousing. As these examples show, designing a supply chain organization is not about inventing new titles or creatively moving the lines and boxes on an organizational chart. It s about form following function. Effective supply chain process design tightly integrates a series of disparate processes, whereas effective supply chain organizational design tightly integrates the groups and individuals responsible for executing those processes.
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A functional or transitional organization is likely to promote activities that optimize performance within specific departments. In some companies, it s not uncommon to find that supply chain metrics are used by one department to highlight the failings of another. These highlighted failings often serve to take focus away from lack of performance or improvement in the accusing department. These organizational models also may leave gaps in terms of roles and responsibilities. By contrast, an integrated organization ensures that each essential role is defined and that responsibility for executing each role is unambiguous. In the integrated organization, it is critical to have a strong leader in charge of the overall supply chain and ultimately accountable for its success. Ideally, a senior-level manager on the executive team, this person mediates between functions and maintains an overall vision of the end-toend process. Without this leadership role and clearly defined responsibilities throughout the supply chain, it will not deliver its full potential, and in some cases, serious performance problems can arise. For example, we worked with a company that sells software tools and related hardware in a crowded, competitive market dominated by four major players. Despite the complexity of the products and a lengthy sales process, customers expected immediate product availability once the decision to purchase was made. Our client wanted to differentiate itself through superior order-delivery performance. Although the products were technical, no custom configuration was necessary. The features and options purchased by the customer did have
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CHAPTER 3 Core Discipline 3: Design Your Organization for Performance
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to be detailed in a custom contract, which a contract specialist had to review and approve. The senior management team reviewed order-fulfillment cycle time on a monthly basis, and functional areas were diligent about monitoring the cycle times associated with the major activities under their jurisdiction. The shipping department, for instance, was meticulous about tracking the time needed to pick, pack, and prepare an order for shipment. This department also tracked the various reasons why orders could not be processed and prepared a weekly report on those causes, which ranged from material shortages to obsolete product information to incorrect customer addresses. Other departments used similar metrics to track the time an order sat in their functional area and the causes of any delays. For example, the order-entry group monitored how often orders arrived from the field with incomplete or erroneous information and how often customer orders referenced products that had been phased out or were not yet available. Incomplete or incorrect orders were redirected to the function deemed best suited to resolve the issue. Orders with more than one problem often made multiple loops through the process before all issues could be addressed (see Figure 3-7). Department managers collected order-fulfillment metrics regularly but used them mainly to justify or explain cycle times that were longer than their functional targets and to redirect responsibility to the group(s) causing the problem. Rarely were metrics used as a tool to analyze the root causes of delays or to correct errors early in the order-fulfillment process. In effect, the metrics masked the problems within each function instead of clarifying them. Faced with increasingly irritated customers and a sales force that complained about time wasted chasing orders instead of developing new business, the company s executive team turned its attention to the supply chain and set an aggressive goal: to cut the average order-fulfillment cycle time from 25 days to 4 days or less. We worked with the company to redesign its overall order-management process and eliminate the functional boundaries that resulted in inefficient handoffs. Using a RACI analysis (see the following page), we identified the areas and processes with unclear or ambiguous accountability. It quickly became apparent that no person or function had accountability for the order-fulfillment process as a whole. No group had ultimate responsibility for ensuring accurate customer or product data or for shepherding orders through the fulfillment process (see Figure 3-8 for results of a RACI analysis).
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