Moving from SCM Maturity
Stage IV to Stage V

Present Stage: IV. Collaboration   Next Stage: V. Strategic Contribution

Implement Strategic Supply Chain Strategic Design
 

Description:

Implement multicompany processes as part of activity systems.
Meet the needs of targeted customer segments.
 

Success Defined:

Competitive advantage from hard-to-duplicate activity systems.
 

Client Participation:

Process designs for businesses-in-the-business implemented.
Executive, marketing, and financial functions engaged.
Process and organization shifts continue.
Project management practices firmly entrenched.
 

New Capabilities:

People embrace strategic direction.
External recognition from market and financial successes.
 

CGR Role:

Identify businesses-within-the-business.
Implement activity system design for those businesses.
 

Consequence of Inaction:

Being successful depends on design and execution of supply chain processes. Shortfalls leave a company vulnerable to competitors. 
 

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