This training seminar on Logistics and Supply Chain Management focuses on the sustainability of an organization which has been gaining momentum over the last decade. It is a topic that has reached the Executive Board in companies across the Globe.
A simplified explanation of Logistics and Supply Chain sustainability revolves around an organization’s Supply Chain’s efforts in the area of environment, waste and risk assessment and improvement.
This Logistics & Supply Chain Management training seminar is aimed at both suppliers and buyers who need an overview of the key drivers involved when viewing supply chains from a logistics / demand point of view and appreciate what logistics and supply chain management are fundamentally about, and that delegates are able to:
- Apply key techniques to control lead time in the movement of goods and materials to customers and users
- Find the right cost and service balance
- Use practical skills to take back to the workplace to change current methods
- Work better with all supply chain players
This Logistics & Supply Chain Management training seminar will be presented in a highly professional trainer in an interactive manner, with a very impactive computer presentation style.
Participants will learn by active participation during the training seminar through the use of exercises, questionnaires, syndicate and group discussion, training videos and discussions on “real life” issues in their organizations.
- Appreciation of how competitive advantage can be achieved within dynamic market places
- Understanding of the impact of enhanced logistics and supply chain performance on the overall profitability of the organisation
- Ability to address the management of supply chain risks
- Recognition of the value of working across functions
- An Action plan to enable improved logistics and supply chain performance
- Appreciate changes to business processes that are taking place
- Gain the financial benefits that effective supply chain management can bring
- Determine how time builds up in supply chains and that time is cash
- Be able to understand, recall and apply improvements after the seminar for work based application
- Apply best in class practices
- Learn from other delegates’ experiences and practices