Supply Chain Management improves the coordination and relationship between Suppliers, Producers, and Customers. It must be kept at a high level of organization to be successful in today’s global economy. Goods and services are now pieced together from all over the world, and this process can be hectic and complicated if not managed correctly.
With Supply Chain Management your company and employees will be on target to lower costs, improving efficiency, and increase customer satisfaction. This course will provide your employees with the understanding of how Supply Chain Management can improve and help almost any type of business.
What you would be learning
Module One: Getting Started
The Parking Lot
Module Two: Why Supply Chain Management?
Module Two: Review Questions
Module Three: Key Terms (I)
Upstream and Downstream
Module Three: Review Questions
Module Four: Key Terms (II)
Module Four: Review Questions
Module Five: Three Levels of Supply Chain Management
Module Five: Review Questions
Module Six: Five Stages of Supply Chain Management
Module Six: Review Questions
Module Seven: The Flows of Supply Chain Management
The Product Flow
The Information Flow
The Finances Flow
Module Seven: Review Questions
Module Eight: Inventory Management
Levels of Inventory
Keeping Accurate Records
Module Eight: Review Questions
Module Nine: Supply Chain Groups
The Customer’s Customer’s
Module Nine: Review Questions
Module Ten: Tracking and Monitoring
Stock Keeping Unit (SKU)
Module Ten: Review Questions
Module Eleven: Supply Chain Event Management
Module Eleven: Review Questions
Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Words from the Wise
Review of Parking Lot
Completion of Action Plans and Evaluations
A background in economics may be an advantage to study faster, however it is absolutely not necessary.
Certificates issued on completion
statement of accomplishment
A statement of accomplishment establishes that a student has sufficiently and adequately completed about 80% of the course's requirement and is expected to have properly understood the underlying skill and knowledge being taught, and can apply them with little or no supervision.
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