Learning Goal: I’m working on a supply chain question and need a sample draft to
Learning Goal: I’m working on a supply chain question and need a sample draft to help me learn.
NOTE: The textbook is attached down
please don’t copy answers from websites or I will get a zero.
>Chapter 2 from the textbook titled Strategic Global Sourcing (SGS) is titled “Operational Alignment with Sourcing Strategy” and includes the following topics:
Requirements as defined by a statement of work (SOW)
Specifications for performance versus specifications for design
Deliverables and performance
Direct versus indirect materials and services
>Chapter 3 from SGS is titled “Source to Settle” and includes the following topics:
Source to settle integrates sourcing, procurement, and accounts payable
The evolution of source to settle
The objectives and benefits of the source to settle process
Implementation of the source to settle process
Managing the source to settle process
>SupplyChain247: “7 Ways to Fulfill More Product from Fixed Facilities & Labor,” Link: https://www.supplychain247.com/article/7_ways_to_fulfill_more_product_from_fixed_facilities_labor/warehousing (Links to an external site.)
>SupplyChain247: “4 DC Design Focus Areas: Beyond Automated Warehouse Technology,” Link: https://www.supplychain247.com/article/4_dc_design_focus_areas_beyond_automated_warehouse_technology/warehousing (Links to an external site.)
>Material Handling Blog: “5 Common Mistakes in Distribution Center Operation Design,” Link:
https://www.bastiansolutions.com/blog/5-common-mistakes-in-distribution-center-operation-design/ (Links to an external site.)
Please review the assigned materials before answering the questions below.
According to the article in SupplyChain247 titled “7 Ways to Fulfill More Product from Fixed Facilities & Labor,” the solution to rapidly changing supply chains includes reliable autonomous automation for order fulfillment. How would automation influence sourcing strategies for a large retailer like Walmart or Target?
According to the article in SupplyChain247 titled “4 DC Design Focus Areas: Beyond Automated Warehouse Technology,” coordination in inbound and outbound logistics requires more than automation to be successful. What other factors must be considered for a large retailer like Walmart or Target?
The Material Handling Blog illustrates common mistakes in the design of distribution centers. How can Walmart or Target improve the source-to-settle process by improving distribution center design?
Please provide an insightful question about automated warehouse technology.