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Products & Services Business Operations Supply Chain Management Process Enhancement

Supply Chain & the Impact of Quality Initiatives

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Published: Pre-2014


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Quality projects including Six Sigma are being applied to the supply chain and with success. With an emphasis on multi-national operations in manufacturing and financial services, this benchmarking presentation identifies the lessons learned and valuable insights from 19 companies that have implemented quality initiatives for the supply chain. Dollar savings compared to investment and cycle time reduction are compared across the benchmark class and reveal surprising gains, even in a financial services company.

The exact areas of the supply chain studied are defined and their value assessed. Other metrics covered include: scope, approaches used, goals, staffing composition, and investment and savings levels.

These research results are compared to prior ones from a study on six sigma quality. That study's metrics include: scope, average cycle time per project, ratio of green to black belt, dollar contribution levels expected of black belts, and expected productivity gains as a % of 2003 sales.

The two studies serve as companion pieces of research. Both were performed as part of Best Practices, LLC's Global Benchmarking Council.

Industries Profiled:
Financial Services; Banking; Shipping; Manufacturing; Automobile; Health Care; Consumer Products; Chemical; Pharmaceutical; Diversified; Aerospace; Technology; High Tech; Biotech; Telecommunications; Diagnostic; Insurance; Defense; Retail; Research; Internet; Energy; Medical Device; Computer Hardware; Professional Services


Companies Profiled:
Bank of America; Damen Group; NT Philippines; Mayflower Vehicle Systems; Hill Pheonix; Haemonetics Corporation; First Data Corporation; Coca-Cola; DuPont; Eastman Kodak; GE; NCR; Raytheon; Rockwell International; Siemens; Phillips


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