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The Future of the Supply Chain 2020+

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Scenario III World of Local Individualists Scenario Description from a 2020 Perspective Course of the Scenario in the „World of Local Individualists“ Customers want … products and services that are highly customized and high-quality and are willing to accept longer delivery times in exchange. Customers are mainly from the region and award their orders based on positive recommendations and personal experiences. Supply chain risks are … high due to margin pressures, a high division of labor and dependencies. Opportunities for risk compensation are limited since poor planning and miscalculations can quickly pose a threat to the company‘s existence. 2015 Big business forecasts the death of mid-sized, locally active companies as a result of innovation cycles that take too long and a lack of the liquidity needed to realize those innovations. The flow of materials and goods is … dependent upon the individual order situation and mainly involve smaller quantities. The own value creation is marginal - components and modules are supplied locally, ad hoc and by many different suppliers. Information is … extensively available, but isolated within a delimited system landscape, on a private cloud for example. Technological development in the supply chain is low and data and information is only exchanged as they pertain to a specific order. Competences in the SC are … mainly considered to be tasks of the procurement and logistics areas. Business has a strong operational and sales focus. As a result, holistic, strategic considerations play a secondary role. Qualification programs are mainly limited to eLearning and self-studies. Sustainability plays … a considerable role in regard to the social and economic dimension, while the ecological dimension is secondary to both of them. Decisions are mostly short-term or mid-term and are driven by the customer. The formal frameworks are … flexible and need-based. Long-term master agreements are rare and vendor relationships change often. 2017 2020 2023 The trend toward customizing standard products and services (mass customization) continues uninterrupted and creates favorable conditions for small, locally active, specialized companies. The label „locally made“ is quickly becoming the word of the year - it emphasizes the wish for individualization and local development of the population in the region. Small, specialized companies have emerged the victors of the recent crisis among small and mid-sized companies. The predictions were true: mid-sized companies are the losers of the crisis. 16

Scenarios of the Future of the Supply Chain The fixation on local products and services will continue to grow among some parts of the population and will go hand-in-hand with a higher demand for individualization. Companies wishing to participate in this trend will have to make an assertive effort to ensure local sustainability and networking. In doing so, the company strategy and communication must be clearly aligned with the objective of ensuring the company is clearly „recognized“ as an important local player. This also includes a sustainable HR policy that includes economic, ecological and social aspects. Companies must make the right decisions in the next few years in order to ensure their long-term „recognition“ as a local player in a difficult market environment. This scenario is particularly relevant for organic products in an upmarket target group. 17

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