Barilla Jitd Case Study

  • Jit & Barilla

    Barilla Case 1. What are the underlying causes of the difficulties that the JITD program was created to solve? JITD was created to solve the problems of a) effects of fluctuating demand (Bullwhip Effect) b) stockouts issue that strain Barilla’s Manufacturing and logistics operations. 2. What are the benefits and drawbacks of this program? Benefits: Barilla can make better delivery decisions and improve its demand forecasts, be more effectively meet end-consumer’s need and more evenly distribute

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  • Barilla

    Barilla SPA (A) Case Report By CHIEMEKA EZEJIOFOR Table of contents Summary Page Executive Summary 3 Issue identification 4 Root cause Analysis 5 Recommendation 6 Recommendation Implementation Plan 7 Conclusion 8 Part 1 Executive summary Barilla SPA (A), the largest producer of Pasta

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  • Barilla

    Executive Summary Barilla SpA is a world largest past manufacturer has experienced a phenomenal growth. The company had pasta share of 35% in Italy and 22% in Europe, plus 29% in Italian bakery product market (p. 2 case). However, it began taken a tall on Barilla’s “manufacturing and distribution system” (p. 1 Case). Without having proper data and control over the orders the company experienced wide fluctuations in demand. As a result Barilla experienced bullwhip effect where forecasting was not

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  • Barilla Case Report

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: In 1990, Barilla SpA was the largest pasta manufacturer in the world. It was making 35% of all pasta sold in Italy and 22% of all pasta sold in Europe. Barilla enjoyed a strong brand image in Italy. They differentiated themselves by positioning the brand as the highest quality, most sophisticated pasta product available. They had a massive facility, the largest and most technologically advanced pasta plant in the world. In 1987, the company realized that manufacturers and retailers

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  • Barilla

    Executive Summary Giorgio Maggiali is the director of Logistics for Barilla and was appointed to this position when his predecessor Brando Vitati was promoted. Vitati had proposed a Just in Time Delivery (JITD) model for Barilla. Vitati has commented on the “thinning margins” the industry was experiencing and the need to “take costs out of our distribution channel without compromising service”. He felt operations could be improved if Barilla was responsible for determining the quantities and delivery

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  • Barilla Spa

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Barilla SpA, world’s largest manufacturer of pasta based in Italy is experiencing extreme demand variability resulting to operational inefficiency and increased cost. To combat the key issues stated my decision is to implement the Just In Time Distribution (JITD). This new system, contrary to current system Barilla has will eliminate Bullwhip effect and stock outs by having centralized information, there will be data transparency between Barilla and distributors. Distributors will

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  • Barilla Case

        Barilla SpA Case B a       Exe ecutiv Sum ry ve mmar Pasta is a st P taple food of traditiona Italian cu isine, which was tradit o al h tionally produce by hand. However, today many varieties o pasta are commerc ed y of e cially produc ced and are broadly available in su upermarket across th world. Barilla SpA, an Italian ts he w p world’s larg gest pasta m manufactur rer based company, was at one point in the 1990s the w ng a a aly % e. producin 35% of all the pasta sold in Ita

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  • Barilla Case Study

    Session 5 Case Study: Barilla SpA Executive Summary In order to reduce the strain that fluctuating demand is putting on our manufacturing and logistics systems, I am moving forward with an action plan to implement Just-in-Time Distribution at Barilla. Under the Just-in-Time Distribution system, Barilla’s internal logistics will determine the optimal levels of distribution necessary to meet customer demand. While we are likely to face opposition to this program

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  • Barilla Supply Chain Case Report

    Upon analysis of Barilla’s proposed implementation of the Just-In-Time Distribution (JITD) model, it appears that the JITD proposal is attempting to minimize the bullwhip effect phenomenon on the pasta manufacturer’s supply chain. The bullwhip effect is seen as one moves upstream in the supply chain from the retailer to the distributor to Barilla’s central distribution centers (CDC) to Barilla’s plants – the farther one moves upstream, the greater the volatility in demand. This demand fluctuation

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  • Barilla Case Study

    Executive Summary In 1875, Pietro Barilla opened a small shop and laboratory where they produced, and sold pasta and breads. In 1990, Barilla was the largest pasta manufacturer in the world, making 35% of all pasta sold in Italy and 22% of all pasta sold in Europe. Since Pietro’s grandsons took over, Pietro and Gianni, Barilla evolved into a vertically integrated company with flour mills, pasta plants and baking products. This case study outlines Giorgio Maggiali’s (Director and Logistics) concern

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  • Barilla - Case Study


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  • Barilla Case

    Barilla Case 1. Diagnose the underlying causes of the difficulties that the JITD program was created to solve. What are the benefits and draw backs of this program? JITD was created to solve the problems of effects of fluctuating demand (Bullwhip Effect) and stock outs issue that strain Barilla’s manufacturing and logistics operations. Benefits: Barilla can make better delivery decisions and improve its demand forecasts, be more effectively meet end-consumer’s need and more evenly distribute

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  • Barilla Spa Case

    Executive Summary Barilla SpA, an Italian pasta manufacturer is experiencing problems in manufacturing and distribution systems caused by fluctuations in demand. To eliminate these difficulties Giorgio Maggiali, the Chief of Barilla’s Logistics Department, has been trying to implement the Just-In-Time-Distribution, further referred as JITD, system proposed by his predecessor Brando Vitali. JITD can be called a remake of popular “Just-In-Time” manufacturing concept. Although Maggiali has been trying

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  • Barilla Case Study

    Recommendations and Implementation…………………………………………………9 Monitor and Control………………………………………………………………………..11 Executive Summary Barilla SpA was experiencing extreme order fluctuations from its distribution network despite of stable consumer demand for pasta. This demand variation was taking a toll on its profit margin and operation efficiencies. Management planned a JITD to deal with the problem but this was met with internal and external resistances. This report analyzed the Bullwhip effect that

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  • Barilla Spa Case Response

    Inventory Management Assignment 3: Case Response Barilla SpA (A) Submitted by: Lena Table of Contents Executive Summary 3 Issue Identification 4 Issue Identification including Root Cause Analysis 5 Recommendations 7 Implementation Plan 8 Monitor and Control 10 References 11 Executive Summary Barilla SpA is the world’s largest pasta producer is initiating the Just-in-Time Distribution (JITD), which is supposed to help the company

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  • Barilla Case

    Barilla SpA(A) 1. What are the causes of fluctuation? (20 points) • Distributors Demand Forecasting - Distributors lack the forecasting systems to predict demand accurately. They rely mostly on average demand from previous periods to forecast demand. They do inventory review weekly and place order when inventory level drops below safety stock level. Safety stock level is calculated based on average demand, which fluctuates from time to time. • Leadtime - Manufacturing process

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  • Barilla

    Part 7 Recommendations 7 Implementation Part 8 Implementation 8 Monitor and Control Part 9 Monitor and Control 9 Conclusion Part 10 Conclusion 9 Exhibits Part 11 Exhibits 10 Part 1: Executive Summary Barilla is faced with a problematic issue regarding facilitating volatile fluctuations in demand from its distributors. The issue with volatile demand has been identified to be caused by a set of systemic issues: Inefficient forecasting, Overall sales &

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  • Barilla Case Study

    everyday low pricing (EDLP) strategies for reaching stable demand. iii. Counting on actual customer demand data and information thereafter, implementing the Just In Time Distribution (JITD) program. In addition with considering the Min and Max order quantity, variation in demand will decrease in whole supply chain. iv. Barilla can contemplate on execution of Vendor Management Inventory (VMI) by grand distributors or organized distributors which have considerable effect on performance level of supply chain

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  • Barilla Study

    demand variability and order variability. Batch Ordering: As it mentioned in the case, Barilla’s CDC and Barilla-run depots deliver their products in track load quantities. Therefore, the wholesaler may observe a large order followed by several periods of no order, which increase the variability. Price Fluctuation: According to table 5-1, the Italian wholesale price is fluctuated during the years, and also the Barilla uses trade promotion strategies in its marketing. This fluctuation causes the retailers

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  • Barilla Case Study

    GLOBAL LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT IE 576 ASSIGNMENT: BARILLA SpA, Case Study ELABORATED BY: Jose David Padilla 1028909 Cindy Sutanto 1025458 Karina Anchecta 1025454 1. What factors, internal and external, contribute to the Barilla supply chain carrying large quantities of inventory? Be specific about how these factors increase inventory in the Barilla supply chain. Internally, their manufacturing process causes long lead time and slow responsiveness to quick changes in demands

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  • Barilla Case Study

    Barilla SpA (A) Case Module 1 ------------------------------------------------- Table of Contents ------------------------------------------------- Executive Summary 3 Issue Identification and Root Case Analysis 4 Alternatives and Options 7 Recommendations and Implementation

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  • Barilla Spa Case

    Case Report Barilla SpA ------------------------------------------------- Table of contents Table of Contents | | | Section | TITLE | PAGE | | | | | | | | | 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY | 3 | | | | | * | | * 2 CHALLENGES OF A LEAN SUPPLY CHAIN | 4 | | | 3 PRACTICAL STEPS FOR BARILLA SPA | 5 | | | 4 CONCLUSION | 6 | | | * 5 BIBLIOGRAPHY

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  • Barilla Spa Case Analysis

    Barilla spA case analysis Barilla SpA, an Italian pasta manufacturer, is experiencing amplified levels of inefficiencies and rising costs due to variability in demand from its distributors. The main problem addressed in this case is how to effectively implement JITD system suggested by Giorgio Magialli, the Director of Logistics by resolving the issue of gaining control over the fluctuating demand. Barilla has a very complex distribution network including independent third party distributors

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  • Barilla Spa Case Study

    Barilla SpA - Case Study Table of Contents I. Executive summary II. Issue Identification III. Environmental and Root Case Analysis IV. Alternatives and Options V. Recommendations VI. Implementation VII. Monitor and Control/ Conclusion I. Executive Summary My decision for this case is to implement the Just-In-Time Distribution (JITD) system. Barilla SpA, an Italian pasta manufacturer, is experiencing amplified levels of inefficiencies and rising costs due to variability

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  • Barilla Case Study

    CASE: Barilla SpA (A) I.Overview of the Case Barilla SpA (Barilla) is a renounced Italian manufacturer that sells several brands of pasta to retailers mainly through third-party distributors. The company was founded in 1875 by Pietro Barilla in Parma, Italy, on Via Vittorio Emanuele. The company passed through the hands of generations from Pietro to his son Ricardo, then to his sons, Pietro and Gianni. The sons “drove the Barillas deeply into debt”; in 1971 the company was sold to a U.S

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  • Barilla Spa Case Analysis

    Barilla S.p.A. Cases A and B 1. Diagnose the underlying causes of the difficulties that the JITD program was created to solve. What are the benefits and drawbacks of this program? The JITD program was created to view distributors’ shipment data and sends only the required amount to stores. Barilla would be able to ship products on a need basis instead of piling up huge stocks in their facilities and that of their customers. The complex nature of manufacturing sequences of pasta made it extremely

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  • Barilla Spa

    Barilla SpA, the world's biggest pasta manufacturer, has continuously experienced problems with increased costs and inefficiencies in their operation. The fluctuations in demand have caused Barilla SpA's manufacturing costs, inventory costs, and distribution costs to go up. Issues that influenced the demand fluctuations are the discounts Barilla SpA offers on both price and transportation, the compensations for sales representatives that is based on the volume of goods they sell to the distributors

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  • Barilla Spa

    Barilla SpA (Written Case Report) By Imran Chaudhry Overview: Barilla SpA one of the world’s largest pasta producer has growing burden of demand fluctuations and venialities on its manufacturing and distribution system. Giorgio Maggiali as director of logistics trying to implement idea of JITD (Just-in Time Delivery) so that Barilla’s own logistics department could manage more effectively delivery quantities and meet end consumer’s needs and more evenly distribute the workload on its

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  • Barilla Spa Case Study Questions

    is that Barilla’s director of logistics, Giorgio Maggiali, is implementing the idea of Just-In-Time Distribution (JITD), which was the brainchild of Maggiali’s predecessor Brando Vitali. Although Maggiali supports JITD, members of Barilla’s own sales and marketing organization do not support the new idea and therefore not cooperating. JITD once implemented was meant to have Barilla produce not on orders from distributors, but according to their own prediction of demand. Barilla’s forecasting methods

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  • Barilla

    Leah Zorzi Barilla Case March 31, 2015 Problem A major problem for Barilla is the fluctuation of demand. For one I noticed many different fluctuations in exhibit 12 with demand from Cortese Northeast DC. This can be caused by many different factors such as seasonal demand. (More lasagna noodles are sold around Easter). A fluctuation in demand depending on seasonality is a predictable. Other factors that affect this is a long lead time (10 days), volume and transportation discounts, large variety

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  • Barilla Case

    Barilla spA: Case Report Prepared by Claudio Parra Supply Chain Management Seneca(Markham) Monday’s Submitted: Wednesday, October 15, 2014 Submitted to: Perry Davidson Table of Contents Table of Contents……………………………………………………………………2 Introduction……………………………………………………………………………3 Environment and Root Cause Analysis…………………………………4-5 Issue Identifier…………………………………………………………………………6 Recommendation……………………………………………………………………7 Implementation………………………………………………………………………8 Monitor Chart…………………………………………………………………………9

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  • Barilla Case Study

    CASE STUDY – 1 BARILLA SPA IMPLEMENTATION OF JITD Submitted as a requirement for completion of Module 5 – Supply Chain Inventory Management of the SCMP Program. By: Iqbal Gill (Registration Number – 201501160004) Date: 14 February 2015 Table of contents Executive Summary 3 Statement Of Issues 4 Impact of Issues 5 JITD Implementation 6 Barriers 7 Recommendations 11 Conclusion 14 Executive Summary: The Italian Pasta Manufacturer, Barilla SpA, is experiencing

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  • Barilla Case

    Executive Summary Barilla and its distributors have decided to implement the Just-in-Time Distribution (JITD) approach. This will require a vendor relationship between Barilla and its distributors and investment in sharing information from its customers and the inventory on hand in the distributors’ warehouse. Because of Barilla’s poor performance caused by shortages it is imperative that JITD is implemented in a proper manner that emphasizes the short term and long term gains that Barilla and its supply

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  • Barilla Spa Case Analysis

    Executive Summary In this case study response I will be providing analysis and recommendation on how to increase the chances the Barilla’s management idea of JITD would be acceptable and provide the reasons why it should be considered worthwhile.   Issue Identification Barilla is a large vertical integrated corporation that makes pasta and bread products with flourmills, pasta plants, and bakery-product factories locate throughout Italy. It has used traditional distribution system, which

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  • Lsu Agec Barilla Case Study

    the pasta and bakery business going forward? For just Barilla, I feel as though they are on a very high plateau. Though with Academia Barilla, the company has found a way to go beyond just pasta and sauce. Having Barilla in the name of Academia Barilla could help, sales to lower income people may rise because they can associate Barilla with a nice Italian brand. How would you assess Barilla's efforts so far in establishing Academia Barilla? They deserve an A+ for their efforts. Most companies

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  • Barilla Spa

    CASE STUDY Barilla JITD Program Implementation Executive Summary Barilla SpA an italian pasta manufacture has decided to implement JITD program for its dry product range to meet market sales demands by introducing forecast feedback into production system. Barilla products comprises of 800 SKUs mainly divided into two major product categories Fresh and Dry having 65% and 35% of total Barilla product. Barilla owns two distribution centres and one depot to handle all of

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  • The Barilla Case Study

    SUPPLY CHAIN INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SUBMITTED BY A CASE STUDY OF BARILLA SpA. Table of Contents 1. Executive summary 2. Body of the repot 3. conclusion Executive Summary Barilla SpA is the case study that I will be examining in this paper presentation. I will be looking critically into some of the issues why the Just-in-time-distribution (JITD) program that was proposed by Brando Vitali who had served as Barilla’s directors of logistics before Maggiali had met a strong resistance

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  • Barilla

    Case Study: BARILLA SPA( A) Problem Statement: Diagnose the underlying causes of the difficulties that the JITD program was created to solve. What are the benefits and drawbacks of this program? Introduction to the Problem: Barilla SpA which was the world’s largest Pasta producing company was facing extreme fluctuations in the order pattern from its distributors. This extreme variation in the order pattern imposed a huge burden on the manufacturing and distribution system of the company. In

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  • Barialla Spa Case Study

    The Barialla SpA (A) Written case Report for the JITD Program Module # 5 Oct 15, 2015 Table of Contents Executive summary Barilla SpA, an Italian pasta manufacturer is experiencing problems in manufacturing and distribution systems caused by fluctuations in demand. They are the worlds largest pasta producer and are initiating the Just in time Distribution (JITD), which is supposed to help the company to meet the demand fluctuations imposed by the company’s manufacturing and distribution

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  • Barilla Case Study

    For years Barilla was successful in selling their brand of fine pastas but when a shift in demand for products resulted in items being sold out, Barilla tried to operate like a responsive supply chain which did not work for this functional product. Based on Fisher’s 2x2 model Barilla’s supply chain should be run as a functional product with an efficient supply chain. Barilla should run a more efficient supply chain which can be achieved through the use of the Just-In-Time-Distribution (JITD) program;

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  • Barilla Jitd

    Executive Summary: In 1998 Giorgio Maggiali director of Logistics was planning to implement JITD program at Barilla one of the most popular pasta brand in Italy and Europe with annual sales of 19.94 Billion UD. JITD distribution ideas was developed to meet and exceed the demand supply of Brailla brand fresh and dry products by streamlining a forecast based supply management system. Barilla’s total product range comprises of 75% dry and 25 % for fresh products having 21 days and 12-18 months

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  • Barilla Spa Case Analysis

    Barilla SpA (A) Case Analysis Teona Omiadze, Nino Tskhvariashvili, Mari Zaridze School of Economics, Business and Administration of the University of Georgia Instructor: Natia Zedgenidze Tbilisi 2011 Table of Contents Executive Summary……………………………………………………………….3 Introduction………………………………………………………………………..4 Problem Description……………………………………………………………….5 External and Internal Resistances to JITD program……………………………….9 Solution…………………………………………………………………………....11 Recommendations to the

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  • Barilla Spa Case Report

    Barilla SpA (A) Case Report SCMP Module 5 By Jamie Brymer Robert Greene February 12th, 2016 Table of Contents Executive Summary 3-4 Issue Identification 5-7 Environmental and Root Cause Analysis 8-9 Alternatives or Options 10-12 Recommendations and Implementation 13 Monitor and Control 14 Exhibits Attached Executive Summary Barilla SpA, is an Italian pasta manufacturer and distributor and even

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  • Barilla Analisys Case

    Gestión de la Cadena de Suministro Prof. Daysi Escobar IE Business School Informe Individual: Barilla SpA Barilla SpA fundada en 1875 por Pietro Barilla es un referente mundial en la industria de producción de pastas tanto secas como frescos, como también en bollerías y salsas. En principio la empresa se ha posicionado como un ejemplo de alto crecimiento a través de los años. Para 1990 ya Barilla se había convertido en el fabricante de pastas mas grande del mundo con una cuota de mercado del

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  • Barilla Case Study

    | Barilla SpA – Case Report | Implementation of the Just in Time Delivery System | Supply Chain Management | | | | Contents Part 1 – Executive Summary 3 Part 2 – Immediate Issue 3 Part 3 – Systemic Issues 4 Part 4 - Qualitative Analysis 4 Part 5 - Quantitative Analysis 5 Part 6- Alternatives and Options 5 Part 7 - Recommendations and Implementation 6 Part 8 - Monitor and Control 7 Part 9 – Conclusion and Management Plan 7 Part 10 – Exhibits 8 Part 1 – Executive

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  • Procurement Case Study - Blozis

    processes in place and these processes followed. Expeditor doing pick-ups and deliveries Poor Accounts payable record include discounts missed Expeditor doing PO’s and in some case pick-ups without any PO. Managers not approving Purchase orders Technical training required for Supply Department Criteria In this case, a good decision will result in Blozis Supply Management team, working in conjunction with the engineering and production teams, implementing and enforcing a new set of policies

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  • Barilla Case

    THE BARILLA Spa CASE [pic][pic] QUESTION 1: Observe Exhibit 12. What are the underlying causes and drivers that make order patterns to look this way? Provide a discussion on these causes/drives to show how they are causing the resulting demand pattern. Examples of items to consider include transportation discounts, promotional activity, product proliferation. The BARILLA case is an illustrative example where we can understand the effects of a phenomenon which

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  • Barilla Case

    resistência à passagem de dados das vendas para a Barilla, SA, considerando que se trata de informação demasiado sensível de cada empresa. A nível tecnológico, o JITD da Barilla implica alterações e investimentos nos sistemas informáticos e ferramentas de suporte nos seus processos logísticos. Finalmente, os distribuidores sentem que, para além da redução de custos ser mais do lado da Barilla, o JITD pode levar à passagem das ineficiências da Barilla para eles próprios. 2. Avaliem a forma como decorreu

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  • Barilla Jitd Case Study

    1. Diagnose the underlying causes of the difficulties that the JITD program was created to solve. What are the benefits and drawbacks of this program? In your answers, consider the Barilla and distributors points of view (400-500 words). Late in the 80’s of the 20th century, Barilla SpA, faced increased difficulties caused by the variability of its distributors demand, these difficulties translated into augmented inefficiencies and rising costs of production and distribution of finished products

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  • Barilla Case Study

    Barilla SpA Case Study Operations Management Prabir K. Bagchi, Ph.D. April 11th, 2012 [pic] Jason Grossman_____________________________________ Odelya Hayon_______________________________________ Evan Kline__________________________________________ Stephen Nason_______________________________________ Victoria Portale______________________________________ Current Problems Barilla SpA is the world leader in producing and selling a multitude of different pastas and baked goods, however

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