Webinar 3 of 3 in this DDOM Series with Debra A. Smith Managing Partner of CMG.
This third webinar demonstrates how DDOM metrics are used to sustain and improve a Demand Driven Operating Model. DDOM tactical variance reconciliation is DD S&OP and the missing link in Sales & Operations Planning. Knowing where and how your tactical actions block System Flow can focus improvement investment and efforts that deliver market strategy objectives and ROI gains.
NOTE: This is an advanced webinar and participants should have a basic understanding of a Demand Driven Operating Model as defined by the Demand Driven Institute: A Demand Driven Operating Model (DDOM) is a supply order generation, operational scheduling and execution model utilizing actual demand in combination with strategic decoupling and control points and stock, time and capacity buffers in order to create a predictable and agile system that promotes and protects the flow of relevant information and materials within the operational relevant range (hourly, daily and weekly). A DDOM’s key parameters are set through the Demand Driven Sales & Operations Planning (DDS&OP) process to meet the stated business and market objectives while minimizing working capital and expedite-related expenses.