Strategic Framework of Supply Chain & Developing Efficient Supply Chain for Telecommunication Industry
The workshop will provide a strategic framework to analysis design, planning and operation decision within supply chain which will clarify supply chain goals and identify managerial actions that improve supply chain performance in terms of desired goals. We will try to figure out the impact of supply chain decisions on firm’s performance. How supply chain decision influence the performance, and their role in the firm’s competitive strategy.
Workshop will cover supply strategy in the contest of firm value chain and relationship between supply strategy and competitive strategy. Analysis of performance of supply chain drivers and find the key decisions related with these drivers are to be identified.
Workshop will highlight present supply chain management of telecommunication industry. Discussion will enable us to find out strength and weakness in the present chain. This will enable us to design suitable, profitable and efficient supply chain for telecommunication industry.
This workshop is designed for the professionals working in the field of supply chain especially in telecommunication industry. This will enable the participants to understand whole supply chain process and role of each stage where there are working. This will also help them to develop the strategy for their own stage under common framework and make integrate, profitable and efficient supply chain. This workshop will help the participants those are looking forward to pursue their carrier in telecommunication industry.
Workshop topics to be covered:
---Common Terminology in Supply Chain
---Understanding the supply chain
---Competitive and supply chain strategies
---Achieving strategic fit
---Supply Chain Deriver
---Detail discussion on each driver
---Supply chain management in Telecommunication industry
---Analyze the strength and weakness of existing design in telecommunication industry
---Designing a profitable chain for telecommunication firm
---Rail line theory (chain integration)
---Recycling theory and One Name theory
(Lowering inventory cost)
---Switch-gate theory & milk way theory (Cash flow)
---Suitability issues in telecom
---Supply chain security issues in telecom