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OBJECTIVES OF THIS PRESENTATION

This presentation will introduce tools to effectively com­municate a clear, concise vision through all levels within your organization, and at your suppliers and custom­ers. With any project, issues and people come in and out, as the project is developed or changes occur. The challenge is keeping up with these changes and keeping the intent and vision intact. In addition, we will intro­duce methods of defining the supply chain vision and how to develop and document the solutions so you have a historical record to guide the performance of the pro­gram. Once the program is defined and documented, then it is time to review the implementation and grade the implementation.

From this presentation, the practitioner will be able to take back, first, the key elements of preparing the vi­sion for communication and formalizing it in a letter of understanding. Secondly, the audience will receive a greater understanding of the importance that tactics and logistics definition play in the supply chain and how to translate those definitions into a working document or statement of work. Finally, the practitioner will be able to develop measurable performance criteria to review the project and confirm that the implementation achieved the desired result.

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