Supply chain management techniques have become a smart tool for today’s most savvy executives.
Excellent supply chain strategies provide ways to move ahead of the competition in an increasingly complex marketplace.
Staying abreast of SCM best practices and applying innovation is a powerful way to boost corporate growth. Even minor adjustments can lead to strong ROI when it comes to saving purchasing and inventory costs, making shipping services more efficient and addressing customer service concerns head-on.
➤ Problem-solving skills
➤ Analytical skills
➤ Excellent planning and time management skills
➤ Relationship management skills
➤ IT and communication skills
Participants get an insight into:
➤Procurement, Logistics optimization
➤ Manufacturing, Contract management, Product, and supply chain innovation, Project management
➤ Business process design and improvement
➤ Quality management
➤ Risk analysis
➤ Improves Cross-functional capabilities & job protection
➤ MORE advancement in opportunities plus a range of management pathways and options across the sector
course for you?
Personnel in the following fields can enroll for this program:
➤ Production, logistics & distribution manager
➤ Warehouse manager
➤ Freight forwarder
➤ Purchasing/operations/logistics managers
You should have an undergraduate education or professional experience, skills, or knowledge related to supply chain.
Product Flow goals
➤ Lean Principles Overview, The Seven Wastes, Just-in-Time, Jidoka (error proofing)
➤ The Agile Supply Chain, Implement Agility
➤ The Resilient Supply Chain
➤ Supply Chain Risk Factors
➤ Risk vs. Efficiency, can we afford it?
Information Flow in the Supply Chain
➤ Supply Chain Applications of Blockchain
➤ Artificial Intelligence Background
➤ Machine Learning Background
What is Financial Flow?
➤ Supply Chain Financing ➤ Financial Statements
➤ The Balance Sheet ➤ The Income Statement
➤ The Cash Flow Statement ➤ The Cash Conversion Cycle
➤ Calculate the CCC ➤ CCC Benchmarking
Commonly Asked Questions
Will this program help me get a job in Supply Chain Management?
The certificate will help someone already in the industry improve their skills and possibly earn a promotion.
Will I get an increased salary after completing this course?
The new salary survey from the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) found that supply chain managers who specialize in market intelligence are often paid more on average than those who focus on other areas. The average salary for a supply chain professional in market intelligence is $139,372 per annum. According to the survey, supply chain professionals with one or more certifications make an average of $123,041 per annum while those with no certifications make an average of $109,087.
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