Efficient Implementing An Assessment Of The Supply Chain Management Process

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The processes involved in the supply chain are very important to company. It is therefore very central and critical for the organization to make sure that it is operating or running a supply chain process that is very practical, efficient and sustainable and easy apply in terms of the daily expense. Sustainability means that the company is operating on sustainable resources, there are no environmental pollution, generates products that meet the needs of the customer among others. Also, the company or the business entity is in a position to operate in a way that is beneficial to itself, to the environment and to the society within which it operates (Cooper 14). There are three major chapters of the book in relation to demonstrate the efficient …show more content…
It is significant to understand that efficient and sustainable supply chain processes saves the organization or the business entity tremendous costs of operation as everything will be produced and delivered on time by the suppliers or even the marketing of the produced products. This saves the company costs such as warehousing costs since the lean manufacturing design of management will fully be spreaded out and its benefits imported into the organization not only to its benefit but also to the benefit of the society within which the business operates since there will be no cases of environmental pollution that threaten the very existence of human life (Thomas 10). As such, assessment of the supply chain management processes is very central and this is what this segment is all about as it highlights the centrality of this indispensable exercise to any organization that is out to improve the efficiency of its supply chain processes (Cooper …show more content…
This step in the entire assessment of the supply chain processes of the organization is very critical. this means that the organization will be in a position to sample out the many available supply chain solutions and as a result know which ones to implement and which ones not to depending on how each and every option is reviewed in its own merit. The company will then as a result of this options review exercise be able to know which simple solutions as well as more complex strategic solutions should be brought on board with the aim of enhancing the supply chain processes. The best options based on the results of the review will be implemented and as such this will mean a tremendous improvement of the supply chain processes since both the simple and the complex solutions with the ability to achieve great results will be brought on board and implemented as such by the organization. It is therefore imperative for this important stage to be reviewed for the business to know ways of improving on the existing options instead of spending much on importing foreign options (Lambert

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