By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, participants will be able to:
- Demonstrate an understanding of the scope of purchasing;
- Enumerate the purchasing cycle concept;
- Provide insights into the changing role of purchasing and supply;
- Explain how purchasing might develop from an independent function to an integrated activity;
- Identify the internal and external influences which have affected the evolution of purchasing;
- Demonstrate an enhanced understanding of the ‘total acquisition cost’ concept;
- Illustrate their grasp of the notion of a mutually beneficial relationship between supplier and purchaser as a more favourable option to the adversarial approach;
- Highlight the evolution of concepts relating to purchasing development;
- Identify key practices encountered in developed strategic purchasing;
- Develop appropriate strategy conducive to the gaining of competitive advantage within the organization’s sphere of operation;
- Effectively debate operational centralization vs. decentralization;
- Highlight the importance of contract management as an organizational success factor.
- Enumerate the merits and demerits of contract management in organizational effectiveness.
- Illustrate the importance of a divergence from the traditional quality control to modern quality management systems.
- Exhibit a working knowledge of ISO 9000 quality system;
- Discuss the context within which Economic Order Quantity might still be applicable.
- Discuss the importance of procurement requirements;
- Exhibit an understanding of the problems and benefits of Material Requirements Planning (MRP).
- Contextualize the issue of Distribution Requirement Planning (DRP) within the organization;
- Demonstrate their ability to analyze Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems within a specific context;
- Provide enhanced guidance of the context within which ‘Just-in-Time’ management and inventory systems might be applicable and those within which they might be ineffective;
- Make a case for the reduction in manufacturing and delivery lead times for organizational effectiveness and manufacturer supplier and consumer relationships;
- Discuss the importance of a procurement policy that supports organizational objective accomplishment within international and national legal frameworks.
This procurement, supply chain and logistics management course - diploma postgraduate (Malaysia) is designed for:
- Supply Chain and Logistics Managers and Professionals;
- Operations Managers;
- Logistics Professionals;
- Logistic Providers;
- Logistic Administrators;
- Logistics Planning and Inventory Managers;
- Purchasing and Procurement Managers;
- Transportation and Distribution Managers;
- Inventory and Warehouse Control Professionals;
- Freight Forwarders and Linear Specialists;
- Production Managers;
- Production Planners;
- Financial Managers;
- Project Managers;
- Distribution Centre Supervisors;
- Manufacturers and Industries;
- Academicians, Researchers, NGOs and Practitioners;
- Those who interface with the logistics function and/or any aspect of the supply chain
- Those who need to develop their understanding about Logistics and Supply Chain Management ;
- Those who are looking for business gains and benefits from managing their supply chains more effectively
|Durban; Dubai; London;Kuala Lumpur; Amsterdam; Paris; Brusse
||Feb 04 - 15 Feb, 2019
|GBP 10,000.00 + 500.00 (VAT)||(The course cost does not include living accommodation. However, delegates are treated with the following: Continuous snacks throughout the Event Days; Hot Lunch on Event Days; City Tour; Hand-outs; Stationery.)|
Ms. Michelle +442071938392; +447487877573; +639368309409
We offer very attractive discount for groups of 3 and more people, from the same organisation, taking the same course. Courses are delivered in over 30 Cities including Miami, London, Dubai, Kuala Lumpur, Paris, Milan.
Prof. Dr. R. B. Crawford