Program Information

Duration:

2 days

Fees:

RM 2,800

Mode:

Online

Course Date:

14 Dec 2020

Program Overview

Enterprises are becoming increasingly global, with supply chains spanning geographical boundaries. To navigate the global marketplace, leaders need to know how to plan the most efficient use of material resources, as well as manage complex global networks and optimize service and quality. This course will draw on real issues confronting companies today to provide strategic frameworks for undertaking major decisions to increase competitive advantage.

Is this course for you?

The program will be of particular interest to executives and associates involved in supply chain, manufacturing, transportation, warehousing, sales & service, and forecasting & inventory management.

Program Content Highlights

  • Learn how to implement S&OP, what are the key success factors for S&OP, how to use S&OP to maximize profitability under uncertainty
  • Learn how to redesign supply chain processes with breakthrough improvements, illustrate some of the common archetypes in supply chain reengineering.
  • Learn how sourcing has assumed strategic importance in supply chains
  • Learn the role of effective distribution strategies in supply chains, state-of-the-art to meet customer demand.

IPTS Certified Code: DU027(B)

All programmes conducted by MISI are eligble for HRDF claims, subject to prior application to HRDF by the employers/companies

Curriculum

Day 1:

What is Supply Chain Strategy?
This session will discuss how to align supply chain strategy to business strategy, why achieving strategic fit is critical to a company’s overall success, how a company achieves strategic fit between its supply chain strategy and competitive strategy.

Linking Strategic Decisions to Sales and Operations Planning
This session will discuss how to implement S&OP, what are the key success factors for S&OP, how to use S&OP to maximize profitability under uncertainty.

Case Analysis: Uniqlo going Global
Uniqlo was faced rising manufacturing costs in China and was experimenting with new supply chain models in low-cost locations like Bangladesh. Uniqlo’s supply chain had proved effective in the Asia Pacific region, but could the same model be scaled worldwide?

Transforming Supply Chains with Innovation and Re-engineering
This session will discuss how to redesign supply chain processes with breakthrough improvements, illustrate some of the common archetypes in supply chain reengineering.

Day 2:

What is Supply Chain Strategy?
This session will discuss how to align supply chain strategy to business strategy, why achieving strategic fit is critical to a company’s overall success, how a company achieves strategic fit between its supply chain strategy and competitive strategy.

Linking Strategic Decisions to Sales and Operations Planning
This session will discuss how to implement S&OP, what are the key success factors for S&OP, how to use S&OP to maximize profitability under uncertainty.

Case Analysis: Uniqlo going Global
Uniqlo was faced rising manufacturing costs in China and was experimenting with new supply chain models in low-cost locations like Bangladesh. Uniqlo’s supply chain had proved effective in the Asia Pacific region, but could the same model be scaled worldwide?

Transforming Supply Chains with Innovation and Re-engineering
This session will discuss how to redesign supply chain processes with breakthrough improvements, illustrate some of the common archetypes in supply chain reengineering.

Faculty & Industry Experts

Dr. Debabrata Ghosh
Dr. Debabrata Ghosh

Associate Professor

Dr. Shardul Phadnis
Dr. Shardul Phadnis

Associate Professor, Director of Research

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Strategic Supply Chain Management Courses for 2020

14 Dec 2020
SCSC: Strategic Supply Chain Management
Online
4 Days (14 - 17 Dec 2020)
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No. 2A, Persiaran Tebar Layar,
Seksyen U8, Bukit Jelutong, Shah Alam,
40150 Selangor, Malaysia.

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