Nowadays, especially with the globalization and IT industry development, companies are not competing as individuals but as part of the Supply Chain in the global environment. That is why Logistics & Supply Chain Management has become one of the fastest growing fields of knowledge in this decade.
Senior business executives have indeed described it as the last goldmine for achieving competitive advantage over rival organizations. As Supply Chains compete with one another to achieve competitive advantage, new frontiers for delivering cost leadership and customer satisfaction are daily being explored by Logistics & Supply Chain professionals.
Introduction of SCM through 4 W’s & 1’H
Benefits of Strategic SCM
Questions & Answers
Listing of Real Issues & Challenges
Concept Clarity of SCM
Key Elements, Enquiry, Responding, Planning, Sourcing, Systematic Processing, Standardization, Operational Discipline, Delivering for Achieving SCM
Procurement, Logistics at work through Tracking & Recording System Before & After Learning
Real Data, Analyzing, Needs of Applying SCM, How to Apply at Work Stations, Consequences of Not Applying SCM, Feedback from Customers: Internal & External
Preparing Flow Diagram of Material & Recording
Receipt to Q.A. Checking to Manufacturing to Storage to Scrapping to Supply & Customer’s Acceptance
Applying SCM & Achieve Statutory Certification
Mandate to Customer & Production Readiness Review
Process Audit: Internal + External + Risk Review + Corrective Action Plan (CAP) Simulated Case Working
Group Working for Techniques of Applying SSCM
Listing Non-Conformities & Setting Up of SOPs, Check Lists, Tracking System for Preventing, Deviations/ Error(s), Ensuring Accountability
Understanding How to Establish SSCM through PDCA & SDCA
Applying at Inward Storing, Manufacturing, Handling, Issuing, F.G. Storing, Dispatching to Customers
Validation through Audit Reports, Quality Management System & Real Time Cases
Design & Setting Up of: Control Plans, Auditing & Reporting, Acceptance Criteria, Qualified Q.A. Lab. & Documentation of SSCM
Setting Up Best Management Practices
Drafting lessons learned during this training, creating personal action plan & the way forward in standardizing & sustaining SCM.
Who should attend?
Operational level and Middle level personnel involved in supply chain management including customer servicing, marketing, logistics (i.e., distribution, warehousing, transportation, etc.), manufacturing (i.e., production planning, materials management, etc.), purchase and sourcing and third party service providers for logistics and manufacturing. Organizations will benefit by sending multiple participants from different functions at the same time.
IITD Sr. Expert Faculty:
Highly experienced faculty from Indian Institute of Training & Development will conduct this training. The training sessions will provide participants an opportunity to discuss specific problems with the expert faculty.
Medium: English/ Hindi/ Marathi
Fees and Registration:
Rs. 3,000 + GST 18% per person.
Rs. 2,800 + GST 18% per person for a group of Three to Four participants.
Rs. 2,600 + GST 18% per person for a group of Five or more participants.
Kindly provide details for registration to Email: email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org; Name of the Program, name of the participants, company name, GST no., contact details.
Digital Certificate of Participation will be provided to all the participants