Developing Effective Logistics And Supply Chain Practices

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(2 Days)

BENEFITS

Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Familiarize the orientation and organizational framework of logistics and supply chain in domestic and international markets
  • Understand the contemporary logistical mission drivers of an organization in the supply chain
  • Capture the strategic empowerment of logistics effectiveness and supply chain efficiencies in competitive situations

AUDIENCE

This program is ideal for executives and managers in the department of Finance and Costing, Procurement and Sourcing, Sales and Marketing, Logistics and Supply Chain, Shipping and Receiving, Planning and Forecasting.


Level for Executives and above


METHODOLOGY

This program will be conducted through Lectures and PowerPoint presentations, case study and analysis, group assignment and discussion

AN OVERVIEW OF LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN ORGANIZATION IN PRACTICE
  • Logistics And Supply Chain Role Delegation Forms The Basis Of An Organization’s Structure In The Sourcing-Production-Distribution Flow
  • A Series Of Value Transformation From A Change Of Form, Time, Place And Ownership Requiring The Effectiveness And Efficiencies Of Supply Chain Partners To Fulfill The Desired Efficacy
  • Logistics And Supply Chain Exist In The Internal And External Flows Of A Business. Analyzing The Cross-Functional And Department Inter-Related Strength And Weakness Would Complement The Adaptability And Agility Of Business And Outsourced Partners
DEFINING THE BUSINESS LOGISTICS AND VALUE DRIVERS OF A FIRM
  • A Firm’s Activity Mix In The Logistics Supply Chain Domain Need To Be Strategized Along With The Mission Statement To Serve The Customers And Sustaining The Competitiveness Strength
  • The Logistics Supply Chain Operational To Tactical Levels Removing The Fictional Elements Transforming All Functions To Processes Leading To An Appropriate Integration
THE LOGISTICS PERSPECTIVE OF CUSTOMER SERVICE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
  • The Logistics Elements In Delivering Customer Service Excellence Derived From The Phases Of Pre-Transaction, On-Transaction And Post-Transaction. A Holistic Approach In The Creation Of Customer’s Value And Demand In The Supply And Demand Directions Of A Firm
  • The Logistics Levels of Constraints and Collusion in Customer Service Would Destroy or Misaligned a Firm’s Goals And Objectives. The Critical Impact Being A Situation Of Over-Promised And Non-Conformance
IMPLEMENTING THE LOGISTICS ORDER QUALIFIERS AND ORDER WINNERS
  • Reinforcing The Logistics Organizational And Product Life Cycle Stages By Setting The Preambles Of Product’s Entry Level And Product’s Staying Power In A Given Competition
  • Strategizing The Logistics Variants Of Functional And Innovative Items Resulting In The Shortening Of Any Lead-Time Gap And Hastened Speed To Market Of Any Product
THE INTEGRATIVE APPROACH TO SUPPLY CHAINS AND INVENTORIES
  • The Synergies Of A Defined Lean Supply Chain, Efficient Supply Chain, Flexible Supply Chain And Agile Supply Chain Empowers The Demand And Information Direction Of A Firm
  • The Impact Of An Organization Supply And Demand Chains Would Destroy The Management Of Inventory In The Phase Of Inventory Clock Speed, Inventory Position And Inventory Level. The Push-Pull Strategy Strengthens The Firm’s Position And Neutralizes Weaknesses
MANAGING THE LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN IN EXTENDED ENTERPRISE
  • Analyzing The Baseline Symptoms Of Root Problems In The Chain Would Manifest Signals Indicating The Risks Of High Delivery And Transport Costs Compounding The Inaccuracy Of Forecasting Activities
  • Leveraging The Operational Factors From Benchmarking To Best Practices Would Fence Off Competitors In A Given Market Behavior. Customers Would Build Up Confidence And Suppliers Contractual Obligations Firmed

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