CERTIFICATE

SUPPLY CHAIN

STRATEGY AND ALIGNMENT

POWERED BY THE COOL CONNECTION (TFC)

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WHY IT MATTERS.

Hiccups, mistakes, changes to schedules, and unintended events are a common occurrence in manufacturing.  To some extent you can even argue they’re inevitable.  Knowing how to address these issues correctly is key to long term success in manufacturing.There are three key elements to addressing changes in manufacturing.  One is having an Operations Strategy, the second is knowing and making decisions that are in alignment with the strategy, and the third is being able to identify the trade offs that are an inherent part of manufacturing and determining how to manage them.Things that go wrong in manufacturing are typically not the fault of an individual but the result of poor system and decision design.  After all, it was Deming who said, 95% of the time the problem is the process not the people. We will learn and solve all of the above using the interactive Supply Chain Simulation called “The Fresh Connection”

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ONLINE CLASSES

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PUBLIC CLASSES

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IN-HOUSE SESSION

THIS COURSE WILL TEACH

YOU THE FOLLOWING

  1. Operations and Supply Chain Strategy

  2. Aligned and supportive supply chain decisions

  3. Manage tradeoffs in the supply chain

  4. Effective collaboration

PUT THESE

PRACTICAL NEW SKILLS TO WORK IMMEDIATELY

In this course, you will learn the following:

  1. How to create a strategy

  2. How to make aligned and supportive decisions

  3. How to identify, manage, and even break tradeoffs so that work flows smoothly and with less issues

  4. How to collaborate effectively across the organization

  5. How to ensure issues and ramifications are understood by all

COURSE OUTLINE

SUPPLY CHAIN STRATEGY AND ALIGNMENT

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DURATION

24 HOURS

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INVESTMENT

US$ 1875

MODULE 1 - 3

01. Strategy
02. Decisions
03. Tradeoffs

MODULE 4 - 5

04. Collaboration
05. Implementation