|Business Operations Benchmarking Reports
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|Best Practices in Order Management|
Improve your order-to-receipt process with tightly integrated order entry, processing, and forwarding. This Best Practices Benchmarking® Report examines the best practices in the area of order management. The class includes over 98 companies in 32 industries, several Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award winners, and many of the most profitable, highly competitive companies in the world today.
Optimizing Manufacturing Operations: Structuring for Success
Analyze key manufacturing structure and management issues, including: structuring management, empowering employees, reducing turnover, staffing for fluctuations and managing change. This Best Practices Benchmarking® Report analyzes key manufacturing structure and management issues, including: structuring management, empowering employees, reducing turnover, staffing for fluctuations and managing change. After reading this report, you will be able to compare your company’s manufacturing operations and management structure against those of the benchmark class, spot areas for improvement, and utilize the best practices in this report to develop a plan of action to implement performance-enhancing initiatives. By studying these companies' operations, your organization can gain a deeper understanding of how leading companies manage manufacturing structure and performance issues.
Supply Chain Management Best Practices
Supply Chain performance remains a key factor in corporate competitiveness as organizations improve, refine and adopt build-to-order/ mass customization programs, vendor managed inventory and othe productive initiatives.
This report can help supply chain executives maximize organizational productivity and increase competitiveness. It provides more than 20 detailes performance metrics and more than 40 best practices across critical supply chain areas including:
Delivery Performance (i.e. on-time delivery, performance to commit, fill rate, and return rates)
Cycle Time (i.e. lead time, actual lead time, and supply chain cycle time)
Inventory and Cash Management (i.e. inventory days of supply, days sales outstanding, days payables outstanding, and cash-to-cash conversion)
Supply Chain Cost (i.e. supply chain costs, order management costs, inventory carrying costs, supply chain finance and planning costs, supply chain IT costs, procurement department staffing, etc.)
By studying other organizations’ supply chain best practices, your company can better measure performance, close gaps and select productivity initiatives to maximize effectiveness and improve the corporate bottom line.