Supply change management is the control of resources, information, and capital. How an organization synchronizes and incorporates flow within and amongst other companies can be effective. In this text I will be discussing the supply change management systems in place at Intel Corporation.
Intel Corporation continues to make great effort to improve their supply chain networks to make them more reactive to meet a certain standard level of standards. Intel Corporation utilizes the Supply-Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) a cross industry supply chain reference model that examines and develops supply chain operations. Intel has made the use of the SCOR method in many different supply chain projects with many different Intel business groups. Enabled by business-process modeling tools, SCOR was used as a framework to model the business processes within the scope of Intel's supply chain (intel.com). Intel uses this method of supply chain to construct project proposals and develop (BKM's) or best know methods for supply chain development. As Intel refers to the SCOR model they require cross functional teams to take part in a series of (FTF) or face to face meetings to accomplish objectives set according to the SCOR model.
The supply chain method at Intel Corporation relates to information and financial flow as well as physical flow. The information and financial flow refers to the quantity, time, and money its takes to manufacture certain products. Once the information and financial flow is determined the physical flow can take place which is the actual manufacture of computer chips. In today's manufacturing, most of the companies are outsourcing. This majestically increases the physical flow occurring between manufacturers. Physical flow usually represents over half of the whole flow of an organization. How an organization controls physical flow is important because it can be a huge impact to adding significance to the company....
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