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Despite the highly touted benefits shown in Figure 4-3, supply chain collaboration has the dubious distinction of being one of the most sought after but disappointing aspects of supply chain strategy. What s going on To start with, the promise of effective, efficient collaboration is based on Internet technology and its ability to provide new levels of visibility and information sharing. The Internet bubble of the late 1990s gave rise to hundreds of software products that promised seamless interaction and endless visibility among supply chain partners. Do these tools work Some do, and some don t. Technology doesn t ultimately determine the success or failure of a collaborative relationship. Nor do the underlying processes that govern the use of technology at least not on their own. Successful collaboration requires two additional components: sharing information and sharing benefits. Information is at the heart of any collaborative relationship. To collaborate effectively, all partners must provide timely, accurate, and complete information whatever is needed to achieve their mutual objectives. And each partner must respect the confidentiality and security requirements of the other. Mutual trust is key to a successful collaboration. Just as important, each partner must commit to a joint sharing of benefits not necessarily an equal sharing but an equitable sharing. The success or failure of a collaborative relationship depends on clearly identified mutual gain.
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CHAPTER 4 Core Discipline 4: Build the Right Collaborative Model
COLLABORATION IS A SPECTRUM
Potential collaboration partners in supply chain management can be classified in three broad groups customers, materials suppliers, and suppliers of services that support supply chain operations, such as manufacturing and logistics. Although each group requires a slightly different management approach, the relationships are established and maintained in similar ways. Not all collaborations are created equal. Relationships between supply chain partners can have very different characteristics and still be considered collaborative in nature. And the results of collaborative relationships may vary widely from one set of partners to another. Figure 4-4 offers a framework for differentiating the various types of collaborative relationships and defining the basic characteristics of each. The horizontal axis plots the relative number of relationships, whereas the vertical axis measures the relative depth of collaboration. Within this framework, we define four levels of collaboration:2 transactional, cooperative, coordinated, and synchronized. Note that the boundaries between the different levels of collaboration are blurred. This is so because collaboration is a continuum, not a set of clearly delineated management practices. Note, too, that the dimensions of the two axes are inherently subjective and are used simply to
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Extensive Collaboration Not Viable Synchronized Collaboration
Coordinated Collaboration
Cooperative Collaboration
Limited Collaboration
Transactional Collaboration Many Relationships
Low Return Few Relationships
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provide a clear graphic view of the collaboration spectrum. Other models use different criteria, such as level of investment or dependence on technology, to describe the depth and breadth of collaborative relationships. It s possible to create a matrix using any combination of these criteria or even to apply a multidimensional approach.3 The point is not to worry about picking the right labels for your collaborative relationships but to examine the various characteristics that differentiate each partnership. First, choose the degree to which each characteristic contributes to the likely success of the collaborative relationship, and then put a plan in place to achieve it. Every customersupplier relationship can involve some level of collaboration. The fact that you re buying from a specific supplier or selling to a specific customer implies a relationship between your two companies, but it doesn t necessarily mean that you are collaborating. And just as not all relationships are created equal, not all collaborations are created equal. Before setting off to systematically establish collaborative relationships with your supply chain partners, take the time to understand the degrees of collaboration along the spectrum and your company s specific needs. Often, a small number of deeply collaborative relationships is preferable to multiple relationships with a wide range of partners. Later in this chapter we ll discuss how to decide which degree of collaboration to set up with each supply chain partner.
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