Need help with my Writing question – I’m studying for my class.

As a group, research and provide two case studies of organizations that have implemented SCM

Topic: SCM

Assignments instructions: Group Project 1 Paper Analyzing and Summarizing Cases.docx

Guide:

2 Cases we selected —-Use this

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  1. McDonald’s Supply Chain Management
  2. Subaru supply chain management?

Please find the breakdown of the SCM Topic for my team

They have divided the roles as below, however I will handling this part ‘lessons learned from the implementation both positive and negative aspects’’

Group Project 1: (Explanation of Supply Chain Management) :

Assignment: lessons learned from the implementation both positive and negative aspects’’

NOTE,: Please answer separated for both 2 cases(1. McDonald’s Supply Chain Management & 2. Subaru supply chain management) and you addressing just my own part of the question.

Must Use sources

https://agribusiness.purdue.edu/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/1-mcdonald-s-case-study-cs6-2.pdf
https://www.vestedway.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/McDonalds-Case-Study.pdf

https://reusables.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/Subaru-of-Indiana-case-study.pdf
https://www.elementum.com/chain-reaction/3-things-you-can-learn-from-subarus-supply-chain
https://www.nfiindustries.com/about-nfi/news-events/subaru-america-selects-nfi-parts-distribution/

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——upcoming I will be submitting for you to handle the below, this will be an expansion on the same topic——

Group 2 Project: (Develop an executive-level PowerPoint presentation that uses SCM).

  1. An evaluation of what each organization did right and what they did wrong; compare and contrast them.
  2. Your own set of considerations—both positive and negative—that the CIO should think about prior to making any suggestions that the organization move forward. Your group should consider and address, at a minimum:
    • benefits of enterprise systems
    • limitations of enterprise systems
    • determining the best fit for the organization
    • implementation planning and success criteria, including structure, processes, and culture of the organization; the phases of the System Development Life Cycle; and other considerations
    • potential to enable an enterprise architecture