Imagine the Supply Chain of the Future


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Imagine the Supply Chain of the Future Lora Cecere Founder Supply Chain Insights


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Imagine the Supply Chain: 2025 A Look Back: Supply Chains to Admire Making the Digital Pivot A Look Forward: Five Trends


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IMAGINE the Supply Chain of 2025


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Our Goal Is to Help the Average Joe


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9 out of 10 Supply Chains are Stuck


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What We Expected


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Progress: All Industries Source: Supply Chain Insights LLC, Corporate Annual Reports 2006-2013 Industry Average comprised of public companies (combined food & beverage industry: NAICS 3112% where % is any number from 0-9, 311320, 311520, 311821, 311941 & 312111), (chemical: NAICS 325188 & 325998), (consumer packaged goods: NAICS 3256% where % is any number from 0-9), (medical device industry: NAICS 339112), (pharmaceutical industry: NAICS 325412) reporting in One Source with 20123annual sales greater than $1billion; NC=no change


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The Supply Chain Effective Frontier


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Nike: Inventory Turns vs. Operating Margin (2006-2014) Best Scenario NKE 0.13, 6.10


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Nike and Adidas NKE 0.13, 6.10 ADDD 0.08, 6.10


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Apparel Analysis


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Apparel Results


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Summit Registrants Survey Results Survey conducted among 57 registrants prior to the Summit


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Supply Chains to Admire Methodology PERFORMANCE Beats the industry average for operating margin, inventory turns and ROIC for 2006-2014 and 2009-2014 IMPROVEMENT Ranks above peer group average on The Supply Chain Index for 2006-2014 or 2009-2014


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Balance: Return on Invested Capital & Revenue Growth Vector Trajectory (30%) Strength: Inventory Turns & Operating Margin Vector Trajectory (30%) Resiliency: Inventory Turns & Operating Margin Mean Distance (30%) ???????????? ?????????? ??????????= ?? ?? ?????????????? ????????????+ ?? ?? ???????????????? ????????????+ ?? ?? ???????????????????? ????????????


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Winners Two Years in a Row


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Organizations are Too Functional


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Continuity of leadership Supply chain talent development Focus on a multi-year supply chain strategy Clear governance to guide cross-functional decision-making Strength in horizontal processes Excellence in supply chain planning, network design and inventory management What Drives Top Performance?


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Today, You will Hear from Three Winners


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Imagine the Supply Chain: 2025 A Look Back: Supply Chains to Admire Making the Digital Pivot A Look Forward: Five Trends


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Summit Registrants Survey Results Survey conducted among 57 registrants prior to the Summit


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Imagine the Supply Chain: 2025 A Look Back: Supply Chains to Admire Making the Digital Pivot A Look Forward: Five Trends


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The Shaman’s Predictions for 2025: Supply Chains Will Learn as We Sleep B2B Automation Happens Through a Network of Networks Manless Vehicles Redefine Trucking Outside-in Processes Become the Norm 15% of Companies Make the Digital Pivot


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Let’s Get on with the Show!


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Summit Registrants Survey Results Survey conducted among 57 registrants prior to the Summit


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Meet the Supply Chain Insights Team


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Switching Seats for Better Networking How to read your NAME BADGE: Lora Lora Cecere Supply Chain Insights Cecere, Lora 12 8 16 Table numbers by session: 12 8 16 Wed AM Wed PM Thur AM To improve networking, we ask that everyone switch seats 1) BEFORE lunch on Wednesday and 2) BEFORE the Thursday morning session


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Financial Benchmarking Form


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