Supply Chain Re-engineering

November 24, 2015 – November 25, 2015 all-day

Supply Chain Re-engineering

Date: 24 – 25 November 2015
Venue: MISI Campus
Facilitator: Dr. Albert Tan
Fees: RM2120 (inclusive of 6% GST & HRDF Claimable)
Early Bird: 10% discount before 24th October 2015

Course Overview
Business Process Reengineering radically changes the work environment. Individual processes are combined to gain efficiencies and productivity. Workers are allowed to make decisions on the spot to eliminate process roadblocks and increase speed to market. Not only is this beneficial for overall business performance, it can also increase employee satisfaction and loyalty. Employees can expand their skill and knowledge into other areas, and have the ability to make decisions that affect their individual performance. However the focus of reengineering is limited within an organization. In this course, we will impart the latest reengineering methodology for the supply chain and align them to improve their performance.

Key Take-Aways

  • Understand supply chain re-engineering methodology
  • Learn how to facilitate idea generation
  • Develop the use of information technologies to support new processes
  • Learn how to manage change in a reengineering initiative

Course Outline

  • Process Mapping – Each key process is mapped to understand how each activity within the process is connected to one another and their relationship or dependency.
  • Process Analysis – The key processes are analyzed in detail in order to understand their limitations and performance. Opportunities for improvement are identified.
  • Process Selection – In any typical reengineering project, there will be a number of processes that can be considered for redesign. It is therefore important to select a few of these processes from the list due to resource constraints.
  • Process Redesign – A new design for the selected process is derived based on opportunities for improvement identified in Process Analysis. Major concerns about feasibility and acceptability are taken into consideration.
  • Detailed Process Design – The ability of the new process design to meet its performance targets and to yield its expected benefits is verified by aligning jobs, measurements and technology to the new process.
  • Process Implementation – A detailed plan is developed for moving the organization from its present state to that envisioned in the new process design.

Who Should Attend?
Senior and Mid-Level Managers and Executives responsible for operations and supply chain activities in their businesses and those responsible for process re-engineering or improvement activities.

Syed Ismail
Phone: +603 7841 4843