In Jaipur

Rs 40,000
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  • Certificate
  • Jaipur

1.Learn the modeling and design tools in Supply Chain Management. 2. Understand the value of information & IT-enablement of Supply Chain Management. 3. Supplement of concepts through case studies and illustrations from sectors such as Fast-moving-consumer-goods (FMCG), automotive, perishables, electronics, etc.

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Where and when

Starts Location
On request
INSTITUTE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES 85, Everest Vihar, Nirman Nagar, Kings Road,, 302019, Rajasthan, India
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· Requirements

# Working executive with academic background in engineering, computers , Telecommunication & management. # Undergraduates (Final Year) of engineering, Architecture, BCA, BBA, MCA, MBA, B.Sc., M.Sc # Diploma Holders

Course programme

Supply Chain Management (SCM) has emerged as the most exciting and most rewarding career in management. In the present business environment, an understanding of supply chain is a must to succeed in other functional areas like operations management, sales and marketing management, customer relationship management (CRM), physical distribution and logistics management, procurement, service-operations management, information technology management, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), financial management, global business management, strategic management, etc.

SCM deals with management of flow of material, information and money from supplier-to-customer and customer-to- supplier. The course is designed to equip the participants with concepts, tools and techniques of Supply Chain Management (SCM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), and related concepts so that they can understand the strategy, operations, modeling, IT-enablement and other recent trends in SCM.

Detailed Module:

The Course is designed in four modules, as follows

. Basics of Management Concepts, importance of Supply Chain Management and ERP
· Basic understanding of Management Concepts with focus on Marketing & Sales, Procurement, Distribution and Operations functions.
· Evolution of SCM and ERP
· Process view of SCM,
· Global logistics and SCM,
· Transportation Decisions,
· Facility location decision,
· Warehousing decision,
· Logistics decision, etc.

.Operational, Strategic and Implementation issues in Supply Chain Management and ERP
· Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP): Selection and Implementation
· Material Requirement Planning (MRP)
· Material Management,
· Logistics Management,
· Toyota Production System,
· Lean Supply Chain
· Demand and Distribution Management,
· Supplier selection and strategic partnership in SCM, etc.

. Modeling and Design of Supply Chain Management
· Management of Uncertainty in SCM,
· Optimization and simulation models in SCM,
· Use of software environment in SC modeling, etc

. Recent Trends in Supply Chain Management
· Lean, Agile and Le-agile Supply Chain,
· Strategies of Cycle time reduction,
· Extended Enterprise Concepts,
· Integration of Supply Chain,
· Reengineering the Supply Chain,
· Coordination in Supply Chain,
· Bullwhip - effect and its management,
· Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI),
· Outsourcing and Postponement decision,
· Flexibility of Supply Chain
· 3PL and Cross docking,
· Integration of Supply chain entities,
· Role of CRM and Knowledge management in SCM,
· IT-enabled Supply Chain Management,
· e-Procurement,
· ecommerce,
· Performance Measurement in supply chain management,
· Reverse logistics, etc.

. Applications of Supply Chain Management Concepts
· Case Studies: Indian and Global Supply Chain Management
· Survey Findings for Indian Supply Chains
· Research Issues in Supply Chain Management
· Discussion Sessions

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