Advanced Approaches to Supply Chain Management, and Materials Managing and Planning Course
Familiarizing participants with modern concepts of supply chain management, material planning and quality.
Providing participants with logistics management skills according to ISO standards, auditing information, materials and returns in the supply process, and achieving faster flow of materials.
Achieving partnership with suppliers, adapting technology and modern quality systems.
Providing participants with practical expertise and applications to improve the performance of supply units and supply chains.
Who Should Attend?
Directors-general and executive managers and their assistants in material planning and supplying operations, directors and chairmen of procurement departments, managers and heads of warehouses and stores, supervisors of warehouses and stores, storekeepers and inventory, and those who are prepared and rehabilitated them to perform the aforementioned tasks, and those who wish to develop their supply and delivery skills and capacities.
Modern concepts of supply chain management
The concept of supply chain management.
Advanced controls for the optimal performance of supply chains.
Effective supply chain strategies as a competitive advantage.
Adoption of the PACE method for developing supply chain operations.
Supply chain, value chain and demand chain.
Supply chain management conditions and elements.
Supply and supply chains
Materials management, logistics and supply chains.
Flow of material and information.
The difference between supply management and supply chains.
Supply Chain integration.
Commodity coding, material flow management.
Logistics Operations Management
Standards and technology for the application of the upgraded logistics system.
Specialized linkage of machine-store units.
Transportation types and their relationship to logistics.
Logistics and competitive advantage.
The relationship between customer service and supply chains and marketing.
Time- reliability –communications -appropriate.
Supply and quality management in operations
Strategic decisions for operation and supply processes.
The main requirements for the application of the total quality of operation and supply processes.
Benefits expected from the application of total quality systems.
Standard financial ratios for supply processes in accordance with quality standards.
Classifying inventory assets.
Sources and levels of information and supply.
Certified Certificate of Excellence for supply and delivery research
Quality requirements for supply and delivery management..
Ways to measure the efficiency and effectiveness of supply management.
Model of excellence for supply and delivery management.
The nine Standards of excellence in supply management and its operations.