Models

Ray has developed a range of sophisticated models that are used by the supply chain community. These include:

10 C Supplier / Contractor Evaluation Model

This was first published in Supply Management in 1995 and has been developed and added to by many fellow industry experts. You can find a full description of the model via www.Google.com - ray carters 10 c model.. It has been recognised by the profession as being a fundamental part of the body of knowledge and is now included in the current CIPS level 4 Syllabus. The model has been adopted and adapted by many organisations. The more recent version of the model makes extensive reference to the validity of the evidence provided by suppliers and contractors to support their claim to be appropriate business partners and providers.

The Six "S" Model Check List of Contract Management

The six S check list is designed to assist contract managers is reduce the risk of a poor and inefficient contract management experience.t is in essence, a risk management and mitigation tool. Once these six questions have been addressed and risks reduced and mitigated, then a robust contract management system can take over. This is the process by which a provider is motivated, enabled and empowered to achieve extra value, over and above what has been originally specified and assessable against criteria in the original contract. It should benefit both parties. A full version of the check list can be seen at http://www.supplymanagement.com/resources/knowledge-zone/2009/s-is-for-six-questions/

S.T.O.P W.A.S.T.E

The neumonic –“ stop waste” was developed by Ray as a simple means by which supply chain professionals and key stakeholders could undertake a critical review of scopes of work and specifications, as part of a robust value analysis exercise, It is also designed a useful tool for the overall determination of added value and therefore the elimination of the non-added values in any project or process.

People and Process Evaluation Model

This model is designed to enable procurement and contract managers to determine the current position of their organisation in a specially designed matrix, which indicates the overall state of development. The model is based upon s series of especially designed questions.This ranges from poor to world class.

The model can be accessed via this link: http://www.people-process.dpss.co.uk/

If you would like to discuss the results of your survey, please contact his PA Carol Lineham at carol.lineham@dpss.co.uk

Sustainable Cost Reduction Model

This model is designed to enable costs to be identified and reduced or removed from the supply chain.

The model can be accessed via this link: http://www.cost-reduction.dpss.co.uk/

If you would like to discuss the results of your survey, please contact his PA Carol Lineham at carol.lineham@dpss.co.uk