Course Overview The Certified International Supply Chain Professional (CISCP) is the Entry Level Certification of IPSCMI Supply Chain Management Series. CISCP covers definitions and basic supply chain management terminology. It explores the functions of supply chain management and logistics, supply chain decisions, supply chain designs, global supply chains and virtual supply chains. It also covers the relationship between supply chain/logistics strategy and the structure of the organization, and the influence of organizational structure on performance.
Objectives and target group
Who should attend? • Logistics Managers. • Supply chain Managers. • Supply Chain specialists. • Financial Managers (CFO’s) and Procurement Officers (CPO). • Production Managers and Manufacturing specialists. • Those wishing to develop their capabilities in this field. Knowledge and Benefits: After completing the program, participants will be able to master the following: • Define supply chain, supply chain management, distribution channel, demand management, distribution management, and logistics management. • Describe the different types of supply chains. • List and describe the various components of a supply chain. • Explain the role of information systems and information technology in supply chain management. • Describe the functions of supply chain management and logistics. • Explain the motivations for supply chain management. • Explain how to make supply chain decisions. • Describe different supply chain designs. • Explain the relationship between supply chain/logistics strategy and the structure of the organization. • Describe how organizational structure affects performance.
• Explain the changing appearance of logistics and supply chain organizations within the firm. • Explain the purchasing, transportation, inventory management, production planning and control, physical distribution, and MIS functions as they relate to Supply Chain Management.
Course Content • Introduction to Logistics and Supply Chain Management. • What is supply chain? • Introduction to supply chain management. • Supply chain types. • Components of supply chain. • Relationship between Purchasing and Supply Chain Management. • What is distribution channel and distribution management? • What is logistics management and its relationship with supply chain management. • Global supply chains and virtual supply chains. • The functions of supply chain management and logistics. • Supply chain designs. • Purchasing, transportation, and inventory management. • Production planning and control. • Physical distribution and MIS functions • How to make supply chain decisions. • The role of information systems and information technology in supply chain management. • Supply chain performance measurement. • The Domestic and International Transportation Systems. • Inventory Management and Warehousing. • Physical Distribution Management. • Order processing. • Stock levels or inventory. • The importance of coordinated flows of inventory through supply chains. • The modern purpose and function of warehouses, warehouse activities, and warehouse strategies. • Changes in the operational scope and capabilities of warehouses. • Taking fundamental warehouse decisions.
• Warehouse and materials handling operations. • The functionality and requirements of product packaging. • The overall approach to producing goods and services. • Capital intensity, process flexibility, vertical integration, and customer involvement. • The different production methodologies, including project, mass, batch, and continuous methods. • Production planning and control methodologies. • Marketing Channels (distribution intermediaries). • Logistics Structure and Productivity. • Methods of procurement and contract types. • How to make routing decisions based on the goals of the firm. • Quality Management. • Statistical Process (Quality) Control. • E-Commerce (E-Logistics). • The relationship between supply chain/logistics strategy and the structure of the organization • The influence of organizational structure on performance. • The changing appearance of logistics and supply chain organizations within the firm. • Why and how waste can be minimized in order to minimize the problem of “Reverse Logistics”. • The future of supply chain management. • Practical applications and case studies.
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