SUPPLY CHAIN AND
LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT

STARTS AND ENDS ON

13-17 March 2023

About this Course

Supply Chain Management

Supply chain management is the system that connects and integrates the links of sourcing, procurement, conversion, and logistics management. By understanding how to manage this complex system—and ensure that key business functions are properly integrated—you can increase profits and reduce costs and risks. In this course, you will learn how to implement supply chain management in your company.

Course Details

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Why Should you Attend?

 Supply Chain and Logistics Management is important because it increases competitiveness and customer satisfaction. Currently, Supply Chain and Logistics Management plays an integral part of a firm's success.

Efficiently running supply chains allow firms to quickly deliver products to the end-user for a low cost.

Many of the topics in this course will be illustrated using real companies and real logistics professionals as logistics is not a theoretical subject – it exists all around us – everywhere. By the end of this course, you will be able to better control and master your organisation’s supply chain and logistics system.

What you will Learn

  • Explore the fundamentals of source inputs within a supply chain.

  • Examine the role of returning products in a supply chain.

  • Determine how to calculate total costs.

  • Explore the role of investing in flexibility when managing a supply chain.

  • Discover how to increase visibility with a control tower.

  • Identify the role innovation plays in supply chain management.

  • Examine how artificial intelligence and machine learning help to monitor supply chain trends.

  • Break down the fundamentals of selecting the right technology when implementing a supply chain agenda.

  • Determine the best ways to collaborate externally when implementing a supply chain agenda.

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Who Should Attend?

Professionals interested in furthering their Supply chain and Logistics Management skills. It will also be beneficial to: ​​

  • People seeking knowledge in supply chain

  • Employees hoping to boost productivity 

  • Innovators promoting global supply chain 

  • Production and Inventory management

  • Supply chain managers

  • Logistics managers

  • Purchasing managers

  • Anyone in the disciplines of purchasing, material planning and control, warehousing and transport

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Is this Course Right for You?

  • Collaborate more efficiently. The smoother the flow of information across the supply chain, the more swiftly and effectively you can deal with issues when (or before) they arise.

  • Improve quality control. Better awareness and control of the various links in the supply chain helps you to source better components and services.

  • Keep up with demand. Supply and demand sometimes fluctuate in counter-intuitive ways, but improved data analysis and communication between suppliers, producers, and sellers can reduce the chance of your supply hitting a bottleneck.

  • Reduce costs. Improved quality control and inventory management leads to lower overheads and allows you to optimize profitability.

Studying supply chain management empowers you to keep the wheels turning smoothly -- both in everyday situations and in times of crisis. Whatever your relationship to the supply chain, gaining a better understanding of the flow of production and distribution will empower you to:

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