Principles of Supply Chain Management Explain how the company, and by consequence, its supply chain, competes in its industry. You can look at the competition, the suppliers in the industry, the regulations that govern them, customer expectations in the supply chain, including those of the end consumer, and so o

  • Explain how the company, and by consequence, its supply chain, competes in its industry. You can look at the competition, the suppliers in the industry, the regulations that govern them, customer expectations in the supply chain, including those of the end consumer, and so on, which would justify the approach the company is taking. The statements that you make must be supported by evidence from credible and independent references.
  • You need not attempt to address this section using PESTLE, Porter’s 5 Forces, SWOT, etc. Base your assessment on anecdotal evidence obtained from the owner of the company themselves, or publicly available information.

The Company’s Inputs

Look at the processes that are involved in the purchase of goods and services for the company, either to meet planned or actual demand. Your emphasis is on how the company selects its suppliers, establishes policies to facilitate these processes, schedules the receipt of the deliveries, and consequently assesses the suppliers’ performance.

Explain how the input processes are set up in the company, and how it supports the company’s stated objective to its customers, using concepts learned in this module and correlated by observations and interviews from the company.

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