IMI - International Company for Human Resources & Management Development

Supply Chain Management

A supply chain is a network of facilities that procure raw materials, transform them into intermediate goods and then final products, and deliver the products to customers through a distribution system.

Lee and Billington

The supply chain includes all of the activities and processes needed to supply a product or service to the final customer. Supply Change Management is increasingly imposing competitive challenges on today’s organizations. This program presents up-to-date approaches and appropriate tools to assist the participants in improving the supply chain performance in their organizations.

Benefits & Added Value

  • By attending this program participants will:

    Understand the basics of Supply Chain Management.

    Understand how supply chain thinking contributes to corporate key result areas.

    Develop approaches to improving the supply chain process.

  • Who Should Attend?

    Managers, along with other employees involved in the process of improving “supply chain managements”.

Program Content

  • Implementing different Supply Chain strategies.

    Expanding possibilities for cost savings and financial rewards.

    Forecasting demand and usage.

    Assessing suppliers’ capabilities.

    Establishing goals to measure improvements.

    Mastering key supply chain processes and metrics for improving supply chain networks.

    Using the balanced approach to measuring total supply chain performance.