Supply Chain Management
November 22-27, 2020 Amsterdam, The Netherlands
What are you looking for?
- You are an entrepreneur with an awesome idea but still stuck at the prototype stage and want to scale up your business
- Getting experience in analysing a real-life dataset
- Planning and executing a product’s flow in the most effective and efficient way
What do we offer?
Are you an entrepreneur with an awesome idea but still stuck at the prototype stage and want to scale up your business?
If so - this program is perfect for you! You’ll learn how to plan and execute a product’s flow from finding the materials to distributing it to your customers in the most effective and efficient way.
Throughout this course we will discuss:
- The nature of supply chain
- Why is it so important to manage it properly?
- How products are created thousands of times yet they are all the same?
- How goods get delivered so quickly after we order them?
- How do companies know how much to produce? How do companies cope with thousands of suppliers? When it’s best time to buy or get what you need and how to choose the best suppliers
- And many other topics!
You will get experience, analyse a real-life dataset and make recommendations on the different forecasting methods.
After completing this course, you will learn
- All types of transportation (air, inland and water)
- Why and how much warehousing and inventory we need
- Lean six sigma and the theory of constraints
- Forecasting models that enable you to predict future demand on your product.. and more!
Supply Chains - Supply chain management is a young but isn't simple discipline. It also resembles youngsters in their rapid rate of development. Staying abreast of the theoretical and practical aspects of supply chain management – it requires constant attention.
Transportation systems - Transportation systems are composed of a complex set of relationships between the demand, the locations they service and the networks that support movements. You'll learn how to weigh the benefits and drawbacks of different transportation modes and how transportation systems use different modes to facilitate the efficient movement of goods from origin to destination.
Warehousing and Inventory Management - Warehousing and Inventory Management is a discipline primarily about specifying the shape and placement of stocked goods. It is required at different locations within a facility or within many locations of a supply network to precede the regular and planned course of production and stock of materials. You will find out how to design warehousing facility. You will also understand the different types of inventory and why they are important to ensure customers can find the products they are looking for.
Supply Chain Operations - Strategic supply chain operations put companies on a path to sustained improvement critical to business operations including company costs and profits. The value of successfully addressing supply chain challenges is not only cost savings, but also significant quality and customer service improvements across the entire supply chain. The need for improved and integrated supply chain planning and execution has become a common theme for companies of all sizes.
Lean Six Sigma - Learn how to plan the inner workings of an organisation and its projects in order to reach the highest quality of work. Lean Six Sigma stands for continuous improvement. The methodology shows the way even for the most successful companies, to become more effective. Lean Six Sigma consists of a number of tools – implementation of those tools will allow to reduce costs and at the same time – improve quality.
Forecasting - Why is forecasting important? How can we evaluate a future demand? How do we make mistakes? Forecasting is an imperfect aspect, but it is also a necessity for most businesses. Proper forecasting helps ensure you have enough supply on hand to satisfy demand.
Buy or Get? - In the purchasing world, it’s easy to use terms like supply chain management and procurement interchangeably. Most of us probably have at some point or another. In reality, though the terms are related, they shouldn’t be used interchangeably because they don’t mean the same thing. Understanding the difference between the two ensures you’ll use the right term when you need it.
Suppliers - Great Suppliers Make Great Supply Chains © Suppliers are expected to perform various roles to support effective supply chain management. The nature of supplies, the agreements or the contracts and the type of relationships expected between a company and its suppliers have direct influence on the whole way from suppliers to end customers.
Practical Examples - What makes a supply chain organisation best in class? The answer will vary for each company, but there are some practices that many leading companies are adopting now.
The fee for the course is €650. The fee includes:
- The course (including all costs of the materials)
- Meals (breakfast, lunch and coffee-breaks)
The tickets to and from the Netherlands are not included in the price.