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The DMSCA Corporate Mentoring Program (CMP) is implemented in the field in five (5) phases over an 6-8 month time frame. Implementation during these phases encompass ten (10) Steps to Supplier Supply Chain Operational Excellence:

 

  1. Organizational Assessment of a Auppliers Readiness to Manage a Supply Chain Project
  2. Data Collection for Benchmarking  for Current State  Performance in (a) Unique Supply Chain; (b) Cross-Enterprise Operational Maturity; and Cross-Enterprise Sustainability
  3. Determine Supplier’s Current State Performance Gaps
  4. Analyze and Map Suppliers’ Material Flows
  5. Analyze Performance Gap Root Causes
  6. Determine Best Practices to close Current State Performance Gaps to achieve Future State  Performance Objectives
  7. Apply Best Practices to achieve Future State Performance Objectives 
  8. Monitor and Share Performance Metrics  
  9. Certify Supplier Supply Chain Performance Maturity  in (a) Unique Supply Chains and (b) Cross-Enterprise Operational Maturity
  10. Support Suppliers' Demonstration of Continuous Improvement 

 

 

CMP Supplier Supply Chain Performance Maturity is based on progressive engagement in the CMP Five Implementation . Suppliers’ Supply Chain Performance Maturity is certified at three levels:

 

 

LEVEL 1: SUPPLIER IS PROCESS DRIVEN: (Bronze)

  • Supplier understands "Unique Supply Chain Processes (PLAN-SOURCE-MAKE-DELIVERY-RETURN-ENABLE) and their "Performance Metric Attributes" (RELIABILITY; RESPONSIVENESS; AGILITY; COST; and ASSET MANAGEMENT)
  • Supplier tailors a performance driven strategy for each supply chain segment to maximize the value provided to unique groups or market channel

     

LEVEL 2: SUPPLIER IS MARKET AND SUPPLY CHAIN DRIVEN (Silver)

  • Supplier "Unique Supply Chain" Processes" and "Performance Attributes" are defined and compared to its global competitors and/or its Customer's performance alignment objectives
  • Supplier sets reasonable supply chain performance goals via SCORmark benchmarking  and the Operational Maturity Assessment
  • Supplier is building organizational job level competence and support for supply chain success and has completed a Business Process Area (BPA) Outline to guide development

 LEVEL 3: SUPPLIER CONTINUOUSLY IMPROVES AND IS COMPANY DRIVEN (Gold)

  • Supplier manages and compares its "Unique Supply Chain" Processes and applicable "Performance Metric Attributes"
  • Supplier conducts analysis of Supply Chain Process performance deviation and root cause issues are identified and solved; Best Practices have been identified to close both "Unique Supply Chains" and "Cross-Enterprise Operational Maturity" performance gaps
  • Supplier has a "Strategic Improvement Plan" (SIP) Outline that integrates "Unique Supply Chains" and "Cross-Enterprise Operational Maturity" improvement actions by Business Process Areas

 

 

 

 

 

 

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