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Where Do Supply Chains Go From Here?

Conclusions for Post COVID-19 Supply Chains 

The COVID-19 crisis has been a massive global shock with both long lasting social and economic implications.  So, where do supply chains go from here? Carol Ptak and Chad Smith, cofounders of the Demand Driven Institute share the specific threats and guiding principles that every supply chain must be thinking about when rebuilding and re-configuring during the recovery.

Did you miss the live versions of our webinars with Carol Ptak, Chad Smith and Dick Ling?  Don't worry we have them all for you including presentation decks.  We have even put them in the recommended sequence for the full Demand Driven experience and context.

Start with an understanding of the entire Demand Driven framework for an enterprise.  It's not just DDMRP!

The Demand Driven Operating Model (DDOM) is the operational component of the Demand Driven Adaptive Enterprise.  Understanding the DDOM is a prerequisite to understanding the tactical and strategic component counterparts.

Demand Driven Sale and Operations Planning is the tactical component of the Demand Driven Adaptive Enterprise.  Its job is to configure, measure and adapt the Demand Driven Operating Model.  It is the bi-directional tactical reconciliation hub between strategy and operations.  Learn about its six primary duties.

Dick Ling, the father of S&OP joins Carol Ptak to talk about the strategic component of the Demand Driven Adaptive Enterprise.  With an understanding of the DDOM and DDS&OP you are in a perfect position to see how things fit together.

Now its time to go into the details!  DDMRP is the engine of the DDOM.  What makes it so different? Carol Ptak and Chad Smith present the four key innovations of DDMRP.

Even more detail on Demand Driven's operational approach.  This webinar is for those of you in consumer products or batch processing industries.

Videos y Presentaciones en Español.

 

¿A dónde van las supply chains desde aquí?

Conclusiones para las cadenas de suministro posteriores a COVID-19 

La crisis de COVID-19 ha sido un shock global masivo con implicaciones sociales y económicas duraderas. Entonces, ¿a dónde deben ir las cadenas de suministro desde aquí? Juan Camillo compartirán las amenazas específicas y los principios rectores que se deben tener en cuenta al reconstruir y reconfigurar las cadenas de abastecimiento durante la recuperación.

¿Te perdiste las versiones en vivo de nuestros seminarios web con nuestros instructores de español? No se preocupe, los tenemos todos para usted, incluidos los mazos de presentación. Los hemos puesto en la secuencia recomendada para la mejor experiencia y contexto Demand Driven.

Comience por comprender todo el marco impulsado por la demanda para su empresa. ¡No es solo DDMRP! Presentado por David Poveda.

El modelo operativo Demand Driven (DDOM) es el componente operativo de la Empresa Adaptativa Demand Driven (DDAE). Comprender el DDOM es un requisito previo para comprender las contrapartes tácticas y estratégicas. Presentado por Gustavo Benitez.

Demand Driven Sale & Operations Planning es el componente táctico de la Empresa Adaptable Demand Driven (DDAE). Configura, mide y adapta el modelo operativo controlado por demanda. Es el centro de reconciliación táctica bidireccional entre la estrategia y las operaciones. Aprenda sobre sus seis funciones principales.  Presentado por Bruno Acosta.

Alfonso Navarro presenta el componente estratégico de la Demand Driven Adaptive Enterprise. Con una comprensión de DDOM y DDS&OP, está en una posición perfecta para ver cómo encajan las cosas.

¡Ahora es el momento de entrar en detalles! DDMRP es el motor del DDOM. Qué lo hace tan diferente? Alex Donoso presenta las cuatro innovaciones clave de DDMRP.

Más detalles sobre el enfoque operativo de Demand Driven. Esta sesión es para aquellos de ustedes en productos de consumo o industrias de procesamiento por lotes.  Presentado por Manuel Castro.

Vidéos et Présentations en Français

 

Quel avenir pour les Supply Chains

Conclusions pour un monde post-COVID-19

La crise du COVID-19 a été un choc mondial massif avec des implications sociales et économiques durables. Alors, où vont les chaînes d'approvisionnement à partir d'ici? Le 25 juin 2020, Christoph Lenhartz, maître instructeur DDI, a partagé les menaces spécifiques et les principes directeurs auxquels chaque chaîne d'approvisionnement doit penser lors de la reconstruction et de la reconfiguration pendant la récupération. Un must pour les équipes de direction!

Avez-vous manqué les versions en direct de nos webinaires avec nos professeurs de français? Ne vous inquiétez pas, nous les avons tous pour vous, y compris les platines de présentation. Nous les avons placés dans la séquence recommandée pour la meilleure expérience et le contexte Demand Driven.

Commencez par comprendre le cadre Demand Driven d'une entreprise. Ce n'est pas seulement DDMRP! Présenté par Christoph Lenhartz.

Le Modèle Opératoire Piloté par la Demande (DDOM) est le composant opérationnel de l'Modèle Demand Driven Adaptive Enterprise. La compréhension du DDOM est une condition préalable à la compréhension des homologues des composants tactiques et stratégiques.  Présenté par Damien Brochard.

Demand Driven S&OP est la composante tactique de l'Modèle Demand Driven Adaptive Enterprise. Son travail consiste à configurer, mesurer et adapter Le Modèle Opératoire Piloté par la Demande (DDOM). C'est le centre de réconciliation tactique bidirectionnel entre la stratégie et les opérations. Découvrez ses six fonctions principales. Présenté par Laurent Vigouroux

Anthony Fouque parle de la composante stratégique de l'Enterprise Adaptive Driven Demand. Avec une compréhension du DDOM et du DDS & OP, vous êtes parfaitement placé pour voir comment les choses s'imbriquent.

Il est maintenant temps d'entrer dans les détails! DDMRP est le moteur du DDOM. Qu'est-ce qui le rend si différent? Bernard Milian présente les quatre innovations clés du DDMRP.

Plus de détails sur l'approche opérationnelle axée sur la demande. Ce webinaire s'adresse à ceux d'entre vous qui travaillent dans des produits de consommation ou des industries de traitement par lots. Leïla Bouhali présente.

Video e Presentazioni in Italiano

 

Da dove vanno le catene di approvvigionamento?

Conclusioni per le catene di approvvigionamento Post COVID-19

La crisi COVID-19 ha prodotto un imponente choc globale con implicazioni economiche e sociali che dureranno nel tempo. E allora, da qui, le supply chain verso quale direzione dovranno ripartire? Alfredo Angrisani, istruttore del Demand Driven Institute, condividerà alcune riflessioni sia sulle minacce specifiche, sia sui principi-guida su cui ogni supply chain dovrà riflettere al momento di ricostituirsi e riconfigurarsi nella ripresa.

Ti sei perso le versioni live dei nostri webinar con i nostri istruttori italiani? Non preoccuparti, li abbiamo tutti per te, compresi i mazzi di presentazione. Li abbiamo persino inseriti nella sequenza consigliata per l'esperienza e il contesto Demand Driven completi.

Inizia con una comprensione dell'intero framework Demand Driven per un'azienda. Non è solo DDMRP! Ivan Lavatelli presenta.

Il DDOM (Demand Driven Operating Model) è il componente operativo di Demand Driven Adaptive Enterprise. Comprendere il DDOM è un prerequisito per comprendere le controparti componenti tattiche e strategiche. Patrick Rigoni presenta.

Demand Driven Sales and Operations Planning è la componente tattica di Demand Driven Adaptive Enterprise. Il suo compito è configurare, misurare e adattare il modello operativo Demand Driven. È l'hub di riconciliazione tattica bidirezionale tra strategia e operazioni. Scopri i suoi sei compiti principali. Patrick Rigoni presenta.

Patrick Rigoni parla della componente strategica di Demand Driven Adaptive Enterprise. Con una comprensione di DDOM e DDS e OP sei in una posizione perfetta per vedere come le cose si incastrano.

Ora è il momento di entrare nei dettagli! DDMRP è il motore di DDOM. Cosa lo rende così diverso? Ivan Lavatelli presenta le quattro innovazioni chiave di DDMRP.

Maggiori dettagli sull'approccio operativo di Demand Driven. Questo webinar è per quelli di voi nei settori dei prodotti di consumo o di elaborazione batch.

 

License to Flow Panel Discussion With Multiple Demand Driven Thought Leaders

Hear a panel of experts that including Carol Ptak on the Demand Driven Adaptive Enterprise Model and DDMRP. Watch them in sequence.  This discussion is from the January 2017 "License to Flow" event held at the James Bond museum in the United Kingdom.  

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industry 4.0: Adapt or Die

Why doesn’t the Industry 4.0 model work? In an effort to answer this question, experts and business representatives have met in the Chamber of Commerce of Bilbao in an event organized by Mondragon University and featuring Carol Ptak. [Run Time (Min.): 3:19]

Precisely Wrong - The MRP Challenge in the 21st Century (May 2017)

This video is from the May 2017 Demand Driven Webinar Series.  In this video Carol Ptak And Chad Smith, authors of Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning (Industrial Press, 2016) expose the critical flaw of conventional planning systems that directly leads to the bullwhip effect.  [Run Time (Min.): 57:11]

Dealing With Discontinuous Demand/Low Frequency Orders

Large infrequent orders are difficult to handle in any make to stock environment.  In this video Dr. Patrick Rigoni explores how DDI affiliate SmartChain is taking this challenge head on with DDMRP buffers. [Run Time (Min.): 23:41]  Download the presentation.

Successfully Managing Volatility and Uncertainty

Carol Ptak keynotes the 2016 SCTech show in Chicago. [Run Time (Min.): 59:57]

The Science Behind Proof that Demand Driven MRP is ALWAYS Best

There is plenty of case study evidence that the Demand Driven approach to supply chain management delivers significantly superior performance compared to the ubiquitous MRP/ERP/APS approaches - in all replenishment configurations be they MTS, MTO, ATO etc. But is this enough to enable us to say the Demand Driven approach is ALWAYS best? In this session Simon Eagle demonstrates why the Demand Driven approach is, indeed, unequivocally ALWAYS best and why such case studies ALWAYS show significant supply chain performance improvements. [Run Time (Min.): 39:39]

Precisely Wrong - A Technical Demonstration of the MRP Challenge

Carol Ptak from the Demand Driven Institute demonstrates through a simple and realistic exercise just how complicated even the simplest environment can get through conventional MRP rules. You can also download the workbook slides and work the problem along with Carol.  Download the presentation slides in PDF format here.

An Intro to Demand Driven Operational Principles – Microsoft QBE Lunch and Learn

In this one hour video Chad Smith from the Demand Driven Institute takes a group of over 200 Microsoft employees through the basic principles of the Demand Driven operating method including:
1. The problem facing formal planning and scheduling in the “New Normal”
2. The need for the promotion and protection of system flow and it connection to ROI
3. Five basic steps to becoming Demand Driven

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Challenging the Demand Driven MRP Promises : A Discrete Event Simulation Approach

In December 2016, Romain MICLO presented the first European thesis on DDMRP, in front of a prestigious comittee, featuring Carol Ptak (Demand Driven Institute), Steven Melnyk (Michigan State University), Pierre Baptiste (Polytechnique Montréal), and Patrick Burlat (Wipsim SAS). The video is available on Youtube with English subtitles.  The entire PhD thesis is available here: http://www.theses.fr/2016EMAC0016

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