The SCOR® reference model consists of 4 major sections
Standard metrics to describe process performance and define strategic goals
Standard descriptions of management processes and process relationships
Management practices that produce significantly better process performance
Standard definitions for skills required to perform supply chain processes
SCOR® Improvement Program and SCOR® Race Track
The SCOR® Racetrack model describes how to organize a SCOR® improvement program using the SCOR® process and supporting methodologies. The methodology is described in 5 distinct steps:
Prepare the organisation for the mission-critical SCOR® improvement program.
2. Set the scopeUnderstand the business environment and define the scope of the Supply Chain for a SCOR® improvement program.
3. Configure the supply chain
Determine the performance metrics and processes of the SCOR® improvement program.
4. Optimise projectsEstablish the project portfolio including process scope, priority, and anticipated benefits.
5. Ready for implementationImplement projects in the portfolio and commence benefits realisation
Aligning Supply Chain strategy with business plans
Defining processes using a global standard for performance, process, practices, and people
Determining resource requirements to support our client's supply chain blueprint
Process enablement: Activities include documentation, data collection and collation, process modelling and verification.
Data analysis: Activities include data mining, SQL statement preparation, trend analysis etc.
Project management: Activities include project team management, daily team engagement and mentoring, etc.
SCOR® Professional (SCOR-P®)
The SCOR® Professional (SCOR-P®) endorsement program establishes a global standard of excellence for applying SCOR®. The endorsement demonstrates an individual’s knowledge of SCOR ® and their ability to apply the model’s techniques to measure, manage and improve supply chain performance.
Participants are eligible to take the SCOR®-Professional exam and earn their SCOR-P® designation after attending the three-day class. Candidates must purchase the SCOR® Professional training course to receive an authorization to test (ATT).
APICS SCOR–P® education is essential if you are involved in:
Supply chain management
Employees of companies implementing SCOR®
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