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  • Monsanto: Planning a Transformation JourneyNovember 3, 2017

    Chad PetersSarath Kureti

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    Monsanto: Sustainable Agriculture Company

    Company Confidential

    Globally:

    20,000+ employees

    300+ facilities in 69 countries

    Products:

    Agricultural and

    vegetable seeds

    Plant biotechnology traits

    Crop protection chemicals

    Agriculture biologicals

    Data science

    Fortune 500 Company

    Headquarters: St. Louis,

    Missouri, United States

    EME

    AA

    SA

    NA

    Global

    Teams

    (St Louis)

    Producing More

    We are committed to increasing yields to meet the

    growing demand for food, fiber & fuel

    Conserving More

    We are committed to reducing the amount of land,

    water and energy needed to grow our crops

    Improving Lives

    We are committed to improving lives around the world

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    Planning Transformation Journey

    Top 3 Planning Priorities (2015)

    1. Control Tower (Supply & Demand Matching)

    2. Demand Analytics & Forecasting/Planning

    3. Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP/IBP)

    A Quick Snapshot

    Business value opportunities are real, but

    cannot be manually sustained and are at risk

    without IT Investments

    To help secure current and/or additional business value

    several flights of IT system/data

    investments are required

    Key Take-Away

    Messages

    Company Confidential

    Planning enables cross-functional collaboration that drives transparency of demand and supply to

    enhance proactive decision making with a customer-focused approach

    Supply Chain Planning

    Tactical (0-12 Wks) S&OP/IBP (3-24 Months)

    Demand Supply Distribution

    Processes +People/Org +

    Waves of Transformation Journey (To Date)

    Pursued Near-Term Value Intro New Ways of Working Level 1 & 2 Process Focus Created Analytical Prototypes

    Platforms

    Key Pain Points:

    1. Processes and Tools Still Highly Manual

    2. Lacking Visibility & Automation of Key Data

    3. Sustainability of Process and Benefits

  • Opportunities to Transform Our Business Focused Across 5 Key Areas:

    Aligned Way of Working

    Visualization of our Supply

    Chain Planning

    Commitments

    Expanding our Technology and Data Analytics

    Capabilities

    Deeper Focus on the

    Customer

    Automation of Data for

    Agility and Employee Efficiency

    Company Confidential

  • Clear Alignment on Business Scope and Platform Required

    Company Confidential

    BUSINESS PLANNING PROCESSES

    Demand Planning

    Demand Actuals

    Supply Planning

    Strategy

    Demand Supply Distribution

    Tactical

    SC Planning

    Planning/ Scheduling

    Control Tower

    Position / Replenish

    Optimize Network

    Design Network

    S&OP / IBP

    Case Study - Seed Applied Solution (SAS) Business

    Unit (Global)

    Case Study - Row Crops Business Unit (EME)

    IBP for Demand IBP InventoryIBP Response & Supply

    SAP IBP for Sales and Operations

    SAP Supply Chain Control TowerCase Study - Row Crops Business Unit (US)

  • 6

    Technical Architecture

    Company Confidential

    SAP

    SAP

  • 7

    Implementation Methodology

    Company Confidential

    Traditional:

    Predictive and occurs as a series of

    discrete phases

    Each occurring only after the previous

    phase has completed

    Agile:

    Iterative, highly adaptive and

    streamlined development

    Includes all development phases within

    an iteration

    Requirements Develop Test

    Deliver

    Sprint 1

    Feedback/Deliver

    Sprint 2 Sprint 3

    Feedback/Deliver Feedback/Deliver

    Early Return on Investment

    Design & Blueprint

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    Lessons Learned

    Company Confidential

    Align planning systems to business

    commercial goals and the

    respective supply chain(s)

    Complete process and capability

    definition standardization

    initiatives

    Start with core capabilities and

    then continuously improve

    Change management is a constant

    journey; listen and react or youll

    lose the planners

    Clean master data is a critical

    success factor; address early and

    often with dedicated team

    members

    Include real data in testing

    phases; use fuller data loads

    Design for scalability and

    performance

    Established well-defined

    requirements leading to iterative

    prototyping approach for

    delivery and course correction

    Process-Led

    Change Management & Adoption

    Design and Deployment

    Data Management

  • Planning Transformation Benefits

    Sustain and Improve Current Process and Deployments

    Look to Extend Functionality

    Collaborate on New Capabilities

    Closer Linkage with Prescriptive Analytics and Machine Learning

    Improved customer experience

    Empowered employees and increased efficiency

    Planning processes become more exception based

    Improved decision making and risk mitigation

    Deliver financial benefit

    Next Steps

    Company Confidential