Supply Chain Management and Logistics

Supply Chain Management (SCM) is an established management and organizational philosophy that arises due to the increasing global competition and need for further process optimization within and outside the company. The companies applying SCM achieve extremely positive effect through the coordination of information and synchronization of activities.

Companies use SCM processes and associated technology to ensure that the supply chain they have is operating as efficient as possible and generating the highest level of customer satisfaction at the lowest cost.

What you will learn

Basics of Supply Chain Management (SCM)

Learn the idea of SCM in a nutshell and the basic and mostly practice-oriented SCM components – from optimizing the transportation, warehousing, planning, and production principles to more advanced SCM methods.

  • Introduction to SCM
  • Elements of the logistics
  • Trade-offs in SCM
  • SCM strategies

Advanced SCM

Take a deeper look into the more sophisticated SCM methods and tools. Starting with a practice oriented model for overall optimization of the supply chain, through performance measurement, advanced customer orientation and finishing with a case study from a global market leader.

  • CSOR (Supply-Chain Operations Reference model)
  • Performance measurement model
  • Tailored services
  • Case study

Who should attend

The course is intended for every professional who deals with: 1) movement and warehousing of resources and finished goods, 2) production and production planning, and 3) company strategy, business development and process optimization.

  • Supply chain specialists
  • Logistics specialists
  • Operation officers
  • Store and warehouse managers
  • Strategic planning managers
  • Purchasing managers
  • Business and enterprise analysts
  • Unit managers and others