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Short Course Supply Chain Management Virtual Boot Camp
Discover the value of the Supply Chain Management Virtual Boot Camp to see how the training helps your career and improves your company. Included in the short course are three lessons considered most valuable to improving supply chain management in your organization. Specifically, the lessons cover negotiations, strategy, and strategic sourcing. Enroll now to experience the Supply Chain Management Virtual Boot Camp.
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Jump Start Your Career with this coaching package. When you invest in this coaching package, you will accomplish the following: Recognize the importance of prioritization and the pitfalls associated with multitasking your career - including overwork, lack of progress, and poor results Identify the key steps to realize rapid results that will reduce stress and achieve quick success Define the essentials to form the foundation for your success, including your core values, your most profitable professional assets, your best network connections, and your value proposition Identify your top-priority goal for your career, based on your biggest challenges and your foundation for success Select a single strategy to focus on for rapid results in the next three months Specify the critical elements necessary for successful implementation of the strategy including measures you’ll track, resources you’ll need, tasks to complete, and regular follow-up dates Communicate your goals, priorities, and responsibilities to your professional network, so everyone knows how to help you.
13 Logistics Lessons Offer
Enroll in this course to design transportation and distribution policies and procedures to ensure optimum flow of materials. Design transportation and distribution policies and procedures to ensure optimum flow of materials Manage transportation, invoicing and documentation functions to ensure regulatory compliance Manage the resolution of delivery/receiving problems Analyze supplier transportation costs Develop and/or implement a warehouse management system Conduct network design and optimization to support the business model, increase productivity and lower operating costs Oversee the day-to-day operations of a warehousing function Develop and/or implement an inventory management system Coordinate and/or monitor the movement of equipment and assets within the organization Expedite/de-expedite orders Develop and/or execute plans and metrics to reduce risk of shortages Identify cost-effective packaging that meets requirements Conduct investment recovery activities for surplus/obsolete materials
How To Move Supply Chain Into The Boardroom Offer
Maximizing Supply Chain Potential For Executives Executives require knowledge of a supply chain management, so you need to communicate strategy in regards to procurement, logistics, personnel management, data analysis, strategic planning, and supply chain operations. Discover the following in this training: Prepare and/or administer a supply management department budget Develop financing strategies for purchases Verify that sufficient reporting exists Participate in organization-wide objective setting Participate in organization-wide budgeting Develop, implement, revise and support business plans and operating policies and procedures Participate in company mergers, acquisitions and/or divestitures Develop and evaluate supply management relationships with internal departments Lead or participate in cross-functional and/or multifunctional teams Disseminate information and promote training related to supply management policies and procedures Market the value of strategic sourcing and sourcing strategies and initiatives to management and internal stakeholders Represent supply management in meetings with corporations, government agencies, professional associations and/or other organizations
8 Ways To Lead Supply Chain Teams Offer
Supply Chain Leadership impact the success of every business because procurement leaders engage executives, staff, and customers to build an effective supply chain management strategy. Leadership requires a strategy to get buy-in, build consensus, and get results. In this training you will learn: Evaluate the supply management organizational structure and modify as necessary in order Conduct role design evaluation and potential job redesign requirementsDevelop criteria for evaluating the overall supply management department performanceHire, develop, retain, promote and/or dismiss supply management personnelConduct and/or authorize job training for the professional development of the staffEvaluate supply management employee performanceSupervise and lead supply management employees Create and manage a succession plan
Build An Effective Supplier Management Program
What you will learn: - Develop supplier qualification plans to assure components, materials and suppliers meet specified requirements - Develop and manage effective relationships with suppliers- Conduct supplier performance evaluations - Conduct regular business reviews with suppliers - Identify opportunities and benefits for rationalizing the supply base- Identify opportunities to drive supplier innovation - Develop and implement supplier exit strategies - Review supplier performance against negotiated service level agreements (SLAs)- Resolve invoice and payment problems- Act as a liaison between suppliers and functional areas to ensure accurate information, documentation, and product flow- Work with suppliers to identify constraints and implement value-added processes
How To Manage Supply Chain Risk Offer
Discover how to reduce risk while increasing profits through sound supply chain management. Here's what you'll learn: Implement a risk management program Develop risk mitigation plans that align with organizational risk tolerance Implement a claims management program Implement and maintain a system of data retention Manage the storage and disposal of hazardous and/or regulated materials Develop tools and processes to measure, report and improve compliance with supply Analyze and resolve issues raised in supply management audit reports Assess, manage, and monitor the risk of doing business with third parties and their subcontractors Investigate and/or verify fraudulent or non-compliant employee purchases
How To Build A Supplier Diversity Program Offer
Supply chain management supplier diversity program for small business development create a supplier diversity program, so you can meet diversity goals implement a program, so your small business vendors add value manage your program, so you easily meet business goals
How To Create A Supply Chain Strategy Offer
Create a supply chain strategy for your organization when you understand the fundamentals of strategic sourcing. Discover how to create strategic sourcing with the following lessons: Create a category management plan to meet the organization’s key objectives Execute a category management plan Develop and/or implement a material or service standardization program Implement requirements planning to align supply management activities with organizational strategy Implement operations planning, scheduling and inventory control processes to ensure optimum use of resources Structure the supply chain in support of the organization’s business strategy Incorporate the use of technology-driven processes to analyze data and make more informed business decisions Conduct ongoing research of the market, current competition, company imperatives, recent trends and emerging capabilities that will provide competitive advantage
Procurement Management Systems
Take this course to understand how a procurement shop works What you'll get:- Clear understanding of how to negotiate with vendors from beginning to end- Step-by-step process to create, award, and administer contracts- Cost management strategies you can use right now to save money for your organization.- Critical steps to implement a quality management program.