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Supply Chain Management

Quick Stats

Improve operations by incorporating quality techniques, such as quality management systems etc.
As e-commerce continues to grow globally, SCM help companies determine the optimal ways to ship while reducing costs to
The entry level package for a professional is 3 lakhs INR per annum. For professionals with experience, the salaries can vary between 10-20

Benefits

Entry level staff for middle-level
Entry level staff for middle-level Knowledge of Supply Chain Management prepares entry level staff for middle-level openings and later for executive and general managerial positions.
Skills
Employees with this skill are sought after and required by small companies as well as big MNCs.
Decision-making abilities
Development of analytical and decision-making abilities by analyzing real-life case studies.
Pursuing a promising career
Great value-add for the student’s resume, which can help him/her pursue a promising career.
Find opportunities
Find opportunities as Supply Chain Manager, Inventory Manager etc. The entry level package for a professional is 3 lakhs INR per annum. For professionals with experience, the salaries can vary between 10-20 lakhs.

Who Should Attend

  • Industry Professionals from various domains
  • Management students – BBM and MBA
  • Executives with 0 – 1 yr of experience in retail, manufacturing and service organizations etc.
  • Executives with no theoretical exposure to Supply Chain Management concepts

Course Outcome

After completing this course, the learners will be able to:
  • Delve into greater depth by traversing a Supply Chain from the end-customer viewpoint.
  • Analyze Store and Merchandising and its relation to Supply Chain.
  • PApply Inventory Management in Retail
  • Understand challenges of Transportation and Logistics in Retail.
  • Apply Procurement, Order Management, Customer relationship management in Retail
  • Supply Chain Planning Versus Supply Chain Execution
  • Means to measure the Supply Chain
  • Describe how 'Collaboration' is the mantra in the SCM world today across all business verticals.

Curriculum

  • Introduction to Suply Chain Management
    • Highlight the goals, decisions phases, processes of supply chain and their impact on the firm to provide effective services
    • Explain how a company achieves strategic fit between its supply chain strategy and its competitive strategy for meeting customer needs
  • Travesing a Supply Chain
    • Delve into greater depth by traversing a Supply Chain from the end-customer viewpoint.
    • Students to gain an appreciation that different business verticals have very different ways of conducting business and this fundamentally impacts the way their supply chains are designed
  • Dig Deeper-The retail Supply Chain-Realities of Retail Business Today
    • Describe Store and Merchandising and its relation to Supply Chain
    • Describe Inventory Management in Retail
    • Describe challenges of Transportation and Logistics in Retail.
    • Explain Procurement, Order Management, Customer relationship management in Retail
  • Dig Deeper-Supply Chain for the Manufacturing
    • Explain Inventory Management in Manufacturing
    • Describe Challenges of Transportation and Logistics in Manufacturing
    • Explain Procurement in Manufacturing
  • Other ways to Slice and Dice the supply chain
    • Describe Supply Chain Planning Versus Supply Chain Execution
    • Explain Analytics and the Supply Chain
    • Describe how to measure the Supply Chain
  • The supply chain collaboration story.The future is now!
    • Describe how 'Collaboration' is the mantra in the SCM world today across all business verticals
    • Understand how technology is impacting the way companies do business and how it is enabling collaboration.

Quick Stats

Improve operations by incorporating quality techniques, such as quality management systems etc.
As e-commerce continues to grow globally, SCM help companies determine the optimal ways to ship while reducing costs to
The entry level package for a professional is 3 lakhs INR per annum. For professionals with experience, the salaries can vary between 10-20

Benefits

Supply Chain Management concepts.
Knowledge of Supply Chain Management concepts.
Equips entry level executives
Equips entry level executives to take up roles in middle management and will later enhance their opportunities to take up managerial positions.
Analyze real-life case studies
Develops analytical and decision-making abilities by analyzing real-life case studies.
Great value addition
Great value addition to one's resume.
Job opportunities
Find opportunities as Supply Chain Manager, Inventory Manager etc. The entry level package for a professional is 3 lakhs INR per annum. For professionals with experience, the salaries can vary between 10-20 lakhs.

Who Should Attend

  • Management students – BBM and MBA
  • Executives with 0 – 1 yr of experience in retail, manufacturing and service organizations etc.
  • Executives with no theoretical exposure to Supply Chain Management concepts

Course Outcome

Upon completion of this course students will be able to
  • Highlight the goals, decisions phases, processes of supply chain and their impact on the firm to provide effective services
  • Explain how a company achieves strategic fit between its supply chain strategy and its competitive strategy for meeting customer needs
  • Delve into greater depth by traversing a Supply Chain from the end-customer viewpoint.
  • Describe Store and Merchandising and its relation to Supply Chain.
  • Describe Inventory Management in Retail
  • Describe challenges of Transportation and Logistics in Retail.
  • Explain Procurement, Order Management, Customer relationship management in Retail
  • Describe Supply Chain Planning Versus Supply Chain Execution
  • Explain Analytics and the Supply Chain
  • Describe how to measure the Supply Chain
  • Describe how 'Collaboration' is the mantra in the SCM world today across all business verticals.

Curriculum

  • Introduction to Supply Chain Management
    • Highlight the goals, decisions phases, processes of supply chain and their impact on the firm to provide effective services
    • Explain how a company achieves strategic fit between its supply chain strategy and its competitive strategy for meeting customer needs
  • Traversing a Supply Chain
    • Delve into greater depth by traversing a Supply Chain from the end-customer viewpoin
    • Students to gain an appreciation that different business verticals have very different ways of conducting business and this fundamentally impacts the way their supply chains are designed
  • Dig Deeper- The Retail Supply Chain - Realities of Retail Business Today
    • Describe Store and Merchandising and its relation to Supply Chain.
    • Describe Inventory Management in Retail
    • Describe challenges of Transportation and Logistics in Retail.
    • Explain Procurement, Order Management, Customer relationship management in Retail
  • Dig Deeper- Supply Chain for the Manufacturer
    • Explain Inventory Management in Manufacturing
    • Describe Challenges of Transportation and Logistics in Manufacturing
    • Explain Procurement in Manufacturing
  • Other ways to Slice and Dice the Supply Chain
    • Describe Supply Chain Planning Versus Supply Chain Execution
    • Explain Analytics and the Supply Chain
    • Describe how to measure the Supply Chain
  • The Supply Chain Collaboration Story. The Future is Now!
    • Describe how 'Collaboration' is the mantra in the SCM world today across all business verticals.
    • Understand how technology is impacting the way companies do business and how it is enabling collaboration.

 

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