Supplier Quality Challenge – Incoming Receiving Inspection
Create a 10 TO 12 PARAGRAPHS , that outlines the components of a receiving inspection plan.
Select a commodity to use as your example. Possible commodities include:
- Electrical components used in smartphone assembly
- Bulk food products, such as grains and liquids
- Mechanical components for industrial tool manufacturing
- Wiring components used in aerospace manufacturing
- Textiles used in clothing manufacturing
Develop a receiving inspection plan for suppliers of the selected commodity based on the following criteria:
- Newly sourced supplier
- Existing sourced supplier
Analyze why this criteria is important to the receiving inspection plan strategy.
Assess the critical inspection elements to be considered when developing the plan, including the following:
- Incoming lot inspections
- Lot containment
- Data management
- Special handling considerations
- Supplier notifications
- Disposition of non-conforming material
- Supplier returns
Include a process map of the incoming receiving inspection process
Supplier Quality Challenge – Incoming Receiving Inspection Grading Guide
ISCOM/361 Version 3
Purchasing and Procurement
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Individual Assignment: Supplier Quality Challenge – Incoming Receiving Inspection
Purpose of Assignment
This assignment highlights the role of purchasing beyond the award of business to a supplier. It brings to light the impact of supplier quality on the overall effectiveness of supplier management and effective supply chain execution. You will develop a plan for identifying key functions within the inspection process and how this process aligns with supplier communications and product quality at the point of use. By selecting a specific commodity you can focus on the best approach to drive quality initiatives through the supply chain.
The student outlines the components of a receiving inspection plan.
The student selects a commodity to use as an example.
The student develops a receiving inspection plan for suppliers of the selected commodity based on newly sourced suppliers or existing sourced supplier.
The student analyzes why this criteria is important to the receiving inspection plan strategy.
The student assesses the critical inspection elements to be considered when developing the plan. The following are included: Incoming lot inspections: sampling, frequency, lot containment, data management, special handling considerations, supplier notifications
Disposition of non-conforming material: supplier returns, scrap, sorting.
The student includes a process map of the incoming receiving inspection process.
The presentation is 10 to 12 slides, with speakers’ notes, and is appropriate for the selected commodity.
The presentation includes relevant media and visual aids that are consistent with the content.
The tone is appropriate to the content and assignment.
The introduction provides a sufficient background on the topic and previews major points.
Major points are stated clearly; are supported by specific details, examples, or analysis; and are organized logically.
Paragraph transitions are present, logical, and maintain the flow throughout the paper.
The conclusion is logical, flows from the body of the paper, and reviews the major points.
The presentation is laid out with effective use of headings, font styles, font sizes, and white space.
Intellectual property is recognized with in-text citations and a reference slide.
Sentences are complete, clear, and concise.
Rules of grammar and usage are followed including spelling and punctuation.