Date: 27 April 2015 (1/2 Day) Facilitator: Dr. Shardul Phadnis Fees: – Early Bird: –
Scenario planning, also called scenario thinking or scenario analysis is a strategic planning method that some organizations use to make long-term and strategic plans and decisions. By attending this course, you will learn about the reasons and the approach for conducting scenario planning.
Understand the need for using scenario planning and its benefits
Learn how to use scenarios to make strategic decisions
Learn to assess robustness of strategic choices using multiple scenarios
This course serves as an introduction to Scenario Planning. It teaches participants how to use scenario planning to evaluate multiple strategic investments, when the (long-term) future in which the investments get deployed is uncertain. The course begins with several real-world examples showing the difficulty of predicting the business environment and argues for a method called ‘Scenario Planning’ to use to make long-lasting strategic decisions. Participants then learn to use Scenario Planning by applying it to a case chosen for the exercise to decide what long-lasting assets and capabilities the firm should invest in, by considering them under multiple scenarios.
Who Should Attend?
Middle and senior-level managers responsible for making strategic and long-range decisions for the business, supply chain, and operations
[CANCELLED]Driving the Future of Maritime Competitive Advantage
Date: 25 – 26 August 2015 Venue: Sasana Kijang, Bank Negara, KL Course Manager: Dr. Ioannis Lagoudis Facilitator: Dr. Bichou Khalid (Imperial college London)
Dr. Pallis Thanos (University of the Aegean)
Dr. Lun Venus (Hong Kong PolyU)
Dr. Nomikos Nikos (Cass Business School)
Dr. Phadnis Shardul (MIT – MISI)
Mr. Rice James (MIT – CTL)
Dr. Voß Stefan (Universität Hamburg) Fees: RM2968 (inclusive of 6% GST & HRDF Claimable) Early Bird: RM 100 discount before 4th August 2015 Group Discount (3 or more): RM 150
Maritime transportation is a critical link in the supply chain design process as it affects the process that makes finished goods and commodities available to the end users. The course aims at familiarizing participants with key maritime transportation concepts and principles and present future trends. With the use of games, case based examples and theory a number of objectives are met among the many being the comprehension of the characteristics and role of the different maritime sectors in designing the supply chains of the future. After the two-day experience the key takeaways presented below will be achieved.
Understand the dynamics of the maritime industry
Learn the future trends in the maritime industry
Develop a maritime transportation thinking framework
Understand the role of risk in decision making
Understand the role of maritime transportation within modern supply chain structures
Course Outline Among the topics that will be covered are:
Supply Chain Resilience
IT applications and solutions in maritime operations
The role of ocean transportation in Supply chain design
Who Should Attend?
Mid-Level Managers and Executives responsible for operations, supply chain, logistics or transportation functions at their organizations
Program Overview The demand for experienced supply chain leaders with professional certifications is growing dramatically in Asia as more companies are centralizing their supply chain function. CSCMP is offering a new three-level SCPro™ certification to equip you with comprehensive knowledge in SCM so that you are ready for an exciting career.
MISI, in collaboration with CSCMP, is offering a workshop that will cover all the 8 learning blocks of the SCPro Level 1 syllabus. The workshop also aims to prepare the students for the exams.
Includes workshop fee, materials, CSCMP web-membership and SCPro Level 1 certification exam fee
Early bird registration before 31st July or groups of 3 or more candidates entitled to a 5% discount
100% HRDF claimable
To be eligible to attend the workshop and sit for the certification exam, applicants must have either 4 years of relevant work experience OR a Bachelor’s degree
SCPro Level 1 Certification Examination
Upon completion of the workshop, participants will be allowed to sit for the SCPro Level 1 Certification exam. The exams can be taken at Pearson VUE test centers located globally (http://home.pearsonvue.com/Home.aspx). The exams will be offered anytime from 5th October to 14th November 2015 (Test Window).
The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management, Part Time Program (PSCM) is a Professional Degree that offers a unique combination of a world-class supply chain education taught in a truly global setting at the Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (MISI) located in Shah Alam, Malaysia. The program is built on the top-ranked curriculum created by the Massachusetts Institute of Technologyʼs Center for Transportation & Logistics (MIT-CTL) that has offered globally recognized programs in Logistics and Supply Chain Management since 1998. The program offers cutting edge expertise in both problem solving and change leadership.A PSCM Information Session will be held on 31st October to further explain this program. Please see the details below:
Date: 31 October 2015 Venue: MISI Campus Facilitator: Dr. Albert Tan Free Admission
10:00am – Reception
10:30am – Presentation: Supply Chain In Asia
11:00am – The MISI PSCM Program
11:30am – Q&A/Open Discussion