This training examines SCM issues within the context of logistics. It will help in giving a new perspective to the traditional courses on logistics and will augment the courses on SCM.
Supply Chain Management is to effectively organize suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, retailers and end customers into a supply chain network for integrated management. Planning, organizing, leading and controlling the flows of demand, products/services, information and financials through the entire supply chain process from the supplier’s supplier to the customer’s customer to optimize the value enhancement process of the supply chain, and improve the overall efficiency of the supply chain, so as to meet the needs of the end customers with the minimum supply chain cost.
This course prepares you for global degrees in SCM from APICS CPIM, USA. This course facilitates preparation for CSCA (Certified Supply Chain Associate course) and CSCS (Certified supply chain specialist course).
The supply chain management function is in the midst of unprecedented change. The transformation is being driven by globalization in consumer and supplier markets, as well as by rapid technological advances that facilitates supply chain on any scale.
Effective SCM achieves more accurate information, along with the ability to carry out better sales forecasting. Other benefits include building stronger partnerships and supplier networks, balancing out supply and demand, improving business plans and working strategies, predicting transportation requirements, planning daily operations of the company, creating streamlined inventory management and removing irrelevant elements. While all organizations have supply chain processes of varying degrees, it is important to understand, identify and implement each stage with careful consideration. Variables including the size of the organization and the type of product manufactured affect SCM components, so understanding the most critical business discipline in the world today will greatly benefit you, your business and your bottom line.
|1. Supply Chain Logistics Management|
|2. Supply Chain Logistics Operations|
|3. Supply Chain Logistics Design|
|4. Supply Chain Logistics Administration|
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This IMC program is designed for high-potential executives, directors, and managers. Participants should have at least five years of managerial experience in a decision-making capacity in any functional area. Participants are expected to complete assigned readings and case studies. Active classroom participation is anticipated.
According to Indeed.com, the national average salary for a Supply Chain Manager salary is $91,741 per year in the United States.
On successful completion of the course and course requisites, the candidate will receive Internationally recognized Supply Chain Management Certification.
Certified Supply Chain Professional
Group Project Director (Supply Chain and Project Management), PMP, RMP, CSCP.
Supply Chain/Logistics/Sourcing Professional Trainer & Consultant.
Worked in large MNCs in Supply Chain, Logistics for nearly 3 decades and have in-depth practical knowledge in each of the subdomains.
For group enrolment of 5+ students or custom training requirements.