SCM CW2 30 11

 Essay about SCM CW2 30 14

M21EKM

Supply Chain Management

NISSAN Cogent

Group B

Panjai Sangkeaw (5349708)

Grigor Dimitrov

(5947308)

Nuksit Jarusiripipat (5943997)

Pannag

(5403723)

Guanyun Yang (5028456)

Liu Yang

(5912317)

PANJAI SANGKEAW (5349708)

Application

• Creating new product or perhaps

improving:

– Cost

– Quality

– Performance

– Time

(Bhuiyan 2011 and Primo

and Amundson 2001 )

• Achieve organization goals

– Entering new markets

– Selling even more to existing

customer

– Winning business from

competition

(Chron 2014)

Product Development Pattern (Liu 2003)

PANJAI SANGKEAW (5349708)

Application

пѓЉ Nissan Design Circuit.

пѓЉ The firms' targets

Customer positioning

Compatibility of systems

Size and stability of the distributor

Quality managing in place

Innovativeness

Flexibility

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several

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Visibility and shared support

Justesse of goals (win-win)

Trust and Stability

Competence, diploma

(Wagner and Hoegl 2006)

The firms' expectations

(Wagner and Hoegl 2006)

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PANNAG

(5403723)

Early on Supplier Involvement (ESI)

• Need for ESI

-

Decrease product development period (Eisenhardt and Tabrizi 1995) Improve quality

Reduce product cost (Dowlatshahi 1997)

• Strategic facets of ESI

-- Extent of supplier engagement

- Nature of dealer buyer relationship

- Degree of information exchange

and connection (Mclvor ainsi que al. 2006)

(Hartley ou al. 97: 259)

PANNAG

(5403723)

• Extent of Supplier Engagement

-

The timing of supplier engagement

System/ bass speaker assembly distributor: First-tier provider (Toyota and Nissan)

• Nature of buyer-supplier romantic relationship

-

Co operative environment between suppliers and potential buyers

Partnership by (upstream participation) (Bozdogan ainsi que al. 1998)

• Info exchange and communication

--

Types of communication

Provider involvement in cost examination

GRIGOR DIMITROV (5947308)

•

Challenges in ESI

-

Conflicts between members of

organization

Different cultures of supplier and buyer

Not any to share amazing information

Effort

•

Positive aspects

-

Lessen concept to customer cycle time for

expected industries

Early on identification of potential complications

Eliminates rework and reduce cost

New suggestions and technology

It increases communication and

information exchange

-

(Probeglobal, 2013)

•

Disadvantages

-

Not ideal for less estimated industry

Technology uncertainty

LIU YANG (5912317)

Perparetion job

Aligned perception

Perception is definitely our sensory experience of the earth around all of us and involves both the recognition of environmental stimuli and actions in answer to these stimuli. (About Education 2004)

Strategy: Analyzing strengthes and weaknesses.

Benefits: To provide a look at business current placement

Identify pronlem domain

Aids in decisio making

(Chron 2014)

(Nordmeyer 2004)

(Benefitof 2014)

LIU YANG (5912317)

Lined up process

Strategy: Development method map

Identify critical products

for creation

Identify critical supplier

for development

в—Џ Benchmark

From cross-functional

advancement team

в—Џ Purchasing

в—Џ Engineer

в—Џ Quality

Meeting with suppliers'

best management team

Identify opportunities

and likelihood for

improvement

Define key metrics and

cost-sharing components

Research agreement on essential

projects and joint source

requirements

Monitor status of projects

and modify strategies as

suitable

(Monczka, Handfield, Trent & Patterson, 2002)

LIU YANG (5912317)

In-line target: just like Golf, Machine and suppliers have a same concentrate on. But in this situatio, Nissan does not match with suppliers, they are doing co-operation.

Way: Setting NEXT21 target

Advantages: Clear emphasis

Peace of mind

(Happy Manager 2014)

Pressure

(Livestrong 2010)

NUKSIT JARUSIRIPIPAT (5943997)

Fast Track (Face-to-Face)

Age of dealer

relationship

Risk

Planning and

research...

Recommendations: – Chron (2014) Application Strategy. [online] available coming from

[22 October 2014]

– Liu, M. (2003) Application Process and the importance to organization

ability

– Wagner, M and Hoegl, Meters. (2006) ‘Involving suppliers in product development: Ideas

from R& D administrators and job managers' Professional Marketing Management [online]