Lean Supply Chain and Logistics Management

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Date

April 6, 2012

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Electronic book text, 224 pages

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0071766278 / 9780071766272

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Overview


Main description

This unique guide shows a true, full-scale implementation of Lean supply chain and logistics management for professionals, using a special “SCOR” (Supply Chain Operations Reference) model of plan, source, make, deliver, and return.

Lean Supply Chain and Logistics Management demonstrates how to effectively use this powerful strategy to realize significant, long-term improvements and bottom-line savings. Written by a supply chain professional with extensive experience implementing Lean in a supply chain and logistics environment, this practical guide includes real-world examples and interviews with industry executives.

Lean Supply Chain and Logistics Management

  • Includes real-world examples based on the experiences of the author and other experts
  • Offers downloadable PowerPoint slides to use as templates for Lean supply chain projects as well as an Excel Lean supply chain and logistics assessment tool to help you identify implementation opportunities
  • Provides strategies that can lead to significant long-term improvements and bottom-line savings and efficiencies


Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introduction – Growth in importance of Supply Chain & Logistics field; Lean and Team-based Continuous Improvement; Why it fits well with Supply Chain Management (SCM).
Chapter 2. Lean Enterprise Introduction– Overview of Lean from Manufacturing to the office and now to the Supply Chain; Focus on the customer; Using Lean as a competitive tool for survival.
Chapter 3. 8 Wastes – "Value Added" vs. "Non-Value Added" activities from the customer perspective; The 8 wastes and how they apply to SCM.
Chapter 4. Lean Opportunities and Applications in Supply Chain & Logistics Management – Where Lean applies in today's Supply Chain & Logistics Management areas
Chapter 5. Lean Foundation Concepts and Tools – Universal concepts and tools; How they work in the SCM environment; How to use the tools. Standardized Work; 5S – Workplace Organization; Visual Workplace; Layout
Chapter 6. Lean Advanced Concepts and Tools Applicable advanced Lean tools and how they can work in the SCM environment examples; How to use the tools. Batch size reduction and Quick Changeover; Quality at the Source; Point of Use Storage, Pull/Kanbans (JIT), Workcells and TPM
Chapter 7. Keys to Success. Lean Culture and Team-based Continuous Improvement. Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) process and its relation to Lean SC & Logistics
Chapter 8. Technology to help enable a Lean Process…ERP, WMS and EDI – Tools that have been around for a while, but are key to enabling a Lean process.
Chapter 9. Getting Started. Value Stream Mapping; Kaizen Events
Chapter 10. Lean SC & Logistics "Beyond the Four Walls"… VMI and CPFR – After "Leaning out" your four walls, it is critical to work with customers and suppliers so that you're not just pushing your problems downstream or upstream.
Appendix A – Lean SC & Logistics Opportunity Assessment tool
Appendix B - Lean SC & Logistics training slides


Author comments

Paul Myerson has been a successful change catalyst for a variety of clients and organizations of all sizes. He has more than 25 years of experience in supply chain strategies, systems, and operations that have resulted in bottom-line improvements for companies such as General Electric, Unilever, and Church and Dwight (Arm & Hammer). Myerson holds an MBA in Physical Distribution from Temple University and a BS in Logistics from The Pennsylvania State University. He is currently Managing Partner at Logistics Planning Associates, LLC, a supply chain planning software and consulting business. Myerson serves as an adjunct professor at several universities, including Kean University and New Jersey City University. He is the author of a Windows-based Supply Chain Planning software, and the co-author of a new Lean supply chain and logistics management simulation game by ENNA.





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