本文主要內容是日產的組合採購方式，這是模型的總體框架。在模型的實際功能中涉及到許多複雜性。在第一階段，日產根據材料的可用性、價格和功能對產品進行分類。在第二階段，尼桑利用波特斯五力分析等車型，利用自己的地位、品牌形象來談判產品的議價能力(Waters & Rinsler, 2014)。它與許多公司建立了戰略聯盟，並成為市場上的一個重要參與者。這有助於產品的品牌定位。利用這些方面，日產製定了一個戰略行動計劃，包括與供應商的有效關係，並大大提高了產品質量。這幫助日產重新定位其供應商管理實踐，使自己成為一個強大的市場。本篇代寫論文費用文章由英國論文通AssignmentPass輔導網整理，供大家參考閱讀。
This is an overall framework of the model. There are a lot of complexities involved in the actual functioning of the model. In the first stage, Nissan classified the product range based on availability, pricing and functionality of the material. In the second phase, using models like Porters five force analysis, Nissan used its position, brand image to negotiate bargaining power of the products (Waters & Rinsler, 2014). It formed a number of strategic alliances with a number of corporations and emerged as a big player in the markets. This helped in brand positioning of the product. Using these aspects, Nissan developed a strategic action plan that encompassed effective relationship with the suppliers and leveraged the product quality significantly. This helped Nissan establish itself as a strong market by reorienting its supplier management practices.
Earlier supplier involvement is discussed in the Dowlatshahi Conceptual framework. In this model, the suppliers are made aware of the product development during design phase of the product itself. This enables the suppliers to be more connected and more aware of the requirements of the company. This improves the relationship between the buyer and seller (Dowlatshahi, 1998.). Potential issues can be tackled prior to the actual event. This is a risk management approach that primarily tackles many of the issues. By involving the suppliers at an early stage, Nissan was able to reduce the late engineering design changes compared to its competitors like Toyota.
Nissan policy regarding its suppliers is very flexible and this has enabled them to grow in all of the metrics significantly. Nissan was able to outsource easily when compared to its counterparts owing to its early supplier involvement (Waters & Rinsler, 2014).There are a number of benefits that the company has garnered owing to this policy.
One of the most obvious and rudimentary assessments of performance of supply chain is the return generation and brand equity garnered by a company. Nissan was able to generate profits and emerge as a strong player in the markets. Root cause analysis enables Nissan to identify any potential issues that it has with its suppliers (Waters & Rinsler, 2014). Risk management matrix is a tool that can effectively identify the likelihood of an issue occurring. Cause and effect analysis and risk control matrix would enable a company to develop resolutions for plausible issues that might occur in future.