SUPPLY CHAIN DESIGN
Attendees will be introduced to the Gattorna proprietary Dynamic Alignment™ framework, which provides the over-arching logic for all interactions between an enterprise and its customers at the front-end, and suppliers at the back-end. This empirical-based framework is an invaluable tool for understanding and responding to customers with more precision than was hitherto thought possible.
Inventory is one of the biggest costs in companies, between 20%-40% for companies to carry its inventory. Meanwhile, small inventory is also not good because it will impact service level. Inventory management is a good practice for any company. If you are not keeping a watchful eye on your inventory or counting stock regularly, you are setting yourself up for potential inventory errors and challenges.
DEMAND PLANNING & FORECASTING
This two-day demand planning course covers the fundamentals of demand management and planning, the flow of process and challenges. We also touch briefly on the evolution of the demand planning function and job scope as
well. We will cover recent case studies and situational analysis in this workshop.
SALES & OPERATIONS PLANNING
Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) has evolved into a major business process adopted to manage the balance and trade-off between the conflicting preferences of the supply and demand side of the supply chain and offers many value creation opportunities. It is one of the most critical business processes used to achieve best in class performance to consistently outperform competitors. It is increasingly being viewed as essential to synchronise the entire supply chain in order to improve its efficiency.
SCM & SUSTAINABILITY
For organizations in operations and supply chain management, the use of analytics and optimization is a necessary component of the planning and execution process to right size inventory levels, create purchase recommendations, decrease excess inventory, achieve targeted service levels and free up cash from working capital. This is an excellent opportunity to use tools and techniques to grow revenues and decrease operating costs.
The multidimensional expertise demanded by the CPSM give you a macro perspective of strategic sourcing, cultural awareness, risk compliance issues, organizational global strategy, logistics and sustainability. The integrated skill set required to achieve this certification in areas like commodity management, contract negotiations and supplier relationship management allows you to continually evolve and drive value in every link of the supply chain.
WAREHOUSING, LOGISTICS, DISTRIBUTION
Logistic is the key role in locating products close to customers. The right selection of warehouses, distribution, channel partners, number of stock in each location will impact on our service level to consumers.
There are some manufacturing environments such as make to stock, make to order, assemble to order and engineer to order. For each environment has specific layout, process and scheduling. For engineer to order in manufacturing, is different in handling with make to stock or make to order. In this training session we will elaborate all aspect of how to manage project in manufacturing.
This program provides a comprehensive body of knowledge and standards for those in the logistics, transportation and distribution industries. Each module will further empower you with an understanding of best practices, knowledge and skills necessary to maximize your organization’s efficiency and impact the bottom line.
PROCUREMENT, SUPPLIER MANAGEMENT
Supplier Relationship Management requires a selective approach. Good Supplier Relationship Management will help us unlock the hidden value in your supply base. We cannot have a relationship with every supplier; for many suppliers we simply need them to provide what we want, on time, in full, to agreed budget or price.
CPIM designation demonstrates professional knowledge and understanding of production and inventory management. It focuses on an organization's internal operations and provides an in-depth view of materials management, master scheduling, forecasting, production planning, and more. It is divided into five process-oriented topic areas to provide participants with the best possible educational assessment.
CSCP which is recognized worldwide as the premier supply chain management education and certification program. The CSCP program takes a broad view of the field, extending beyond internal operations to encompass all the steps throughout the supply chain from the supplier, through the company, to the end consumer and provides you with the knowledge to effectively manage the integration of these activities to maximize a company's value chain.
It was a great experience for me when joining the CSCP course, it helps me to arrange my daily work into a systematic concept of efficiency and compliance, thanks for introducing this course to me.
- Tuan Le, Logistics & Operations Manager
CSCP - Linh Le
I am currently working as a shipping station supervisor at Honc Plant, Holcim Vietnam Ltd. I’m in charge of both inbound and outbound activities at Honc Plant. When attending CSCP, my goal is to reinforce my knowledge about supply chain. Supply chain refers to a wide range of functional areas. I would like to learn more about other aspects and functions of supply chain. Most of the ERP systems used in our company are the same as the content in the CSCP course.
CSCP - Ven Tran
I am a chemical engineer but fate and luck have brought me working in the supply chain management area. Two years after my graduation, I entered into logistics industry at DB Schenker. During my 5 years at Schenker, I have worked in different functions from new project implementation, quality and facility setup, to account management. Among which, new project implementation and account management offered me great opportunities to experience with challenges facing our local logistics operation.