There will be a masterclass focused on supply chain entitled Tactical Demand, Supply & Inventory Management which will be held on 23-25 November 2016 in Makati, Philippines. The course will be targeting inventory management practitioners seeking to broaden their scope and knowledge on the field.
The economic growth that the Philippines is currently experiencing has created a need for a better and advanced approach when dealing with supply and demand. Traditional supply chain practices can no longer sustain the rapid changes in the market. To remain on the radar of competition, companies need to look for ways they can optimize demand, supply and inventory management in order to be more equipped when planning and anticipating changes in the business landscape.
With this in mind, the 3-day masterclass is designed to equip professionals with best practices and in-depth knowledge to cope and prosper in issues that can hinder their business operations. By the end of the course, delegates will gain an appreciation and more knowledge of a range of better practices, concepts and techniques on how to master the tools needed to effectively manage global supply chain activity, maximize ROI on the systems and technologies within their organisations, understand the potential cost versus the true cost of the warehouse operation, and more.
The course is specifically designed for procurement, supply chain, logistics, and material managers and directors who wish to broaden and update their skills and knowledge. It is also beneficial for procurement and supply chain personnel seeking supply chain integration and those who need to understand the impact of supply chain decisions upon their company’s performance. These include departments such as – but not limited to: Production and Inventory Management, Supply Chain Management, Demand Forecasting, Logistics and Distribution, Procurement, Demand Planning, Spare Parts Management, Warehousing, Sales & Marketing, and other related fields.
Leading the course is a renowned supply chain expert with over 50 years of experience who has served in several executive roles in major companies in the manufacturing process industry specializing in manufacturing and distribution logistics. He is the past Chairman and National President of APICS Australia who has also received the APICS lifetime membership award. He develops and delivers certification courses for APICS members and is a regular speaker in Supply Chain conferences and summits in Asia, Middle East, USA, Africa, and Europe.
Registration for the course is now open. For full disclosure of Course Agenda, Trainer’s Profile, and other important details, you can download the brochure. Registering for the course can also be done online by clicking here. For other queries and concerns, contact Salvo Global at email@example.com.
Exclusive 5-day CPSCM™ certification program in Singapore to be taught by renowned Purchasing & Supply Chain expert
There will be a 5-day Certified Purchasing and Supply Chain Manager™ (CPSCM) Certification Program organized by Salvo Global for purchasing and supply chain professionals seeking to advance their careers further which will be held on 25-29 April 2016 in Singapore. (UPDATE: The program has been moved to 20-24 June 2016.)
Globalization has caused a change in the dynamics of procurement and supply chain. While cost savings is one of the biggest challenges each organisation face, simply reducing costs is not enough. According to My Purchasing Center’s article, over the past 10 years, procurement professionals are better educated and more experienced. As such, supply chain management plays a strategic role in helping businesses increase profitability; businesses now see the need to elevate the role of procurement.
With this in mind, the exclusive 5-day CPSCM™ Certification Program will help professionals rearchitect how they do purchasing and catapult their purchasing results, career, and income potential. Aside from gaining credentials after their names, delegates will have proven tools that not only demonstrate how the organisation can do better today, but also leverage on research and practice that has been tested with dozens of executive interviews, hundreds of global corporations and with advanced higher education institutions.
Endorsed by Harvard University Supply Chain Management Instructor, Prof. Zal Phiroz, MBA, CPSCM, delegates will have the opportunity to learn from one of the most globally recognized purchasing and supply chain experts. Renowned professionals who have also been certified CPSCM™ include Prof. Zal Phiroz; Tim Shiple, CPSCM, Former Supply Chain Senior Vice President of Google; Mr. Frank Hsiung, CPSCM, Global Chief Purchasing Officer of Foxconn Technology Group; and Mr. Craig Rader, CPSCM, President of California Association of Public Purchasing Officers (CAPPO). Attendees that complete the 5-day certification program successfully will be awarded with the certification as a Certified Purchasing and Supply Chain Manager and shall be entitled to put the credentials of “CPSCM” after their title in their CV, resume, etc.
Professionals recommended – but not limited – to attend the course are Directors, Vice Presidents, MDs, General Managers, Team Leads, Heads and Senior Managers of the following departments: Supply Chain, Procurement, Purchasing, Sourcing, Contracts, Logistics, Supply, Buyer, Category/Materials, and Legal. Since the program will also focus on taking cost out of the equation in the product or service design, engaging teams early to get better purchasing results, and redefining what is being purchased in terms of desired performance results, end user and engineering teams are also recommended to join the program.
Hailed as “The Godfather of Negotiation Planning” by Intel Corporation, the trainer for this course is the President and Chief Consultant at Purchasing Advantage, a purchasing seminar and training solutions provider. He was responsible for the end to end negotiation planning, execution, and training processes for Intel’s entire $16 billion global procurement organisation. Some of the companies that he has trained with the CPSCM™ Content are Shell Oil, Toyota Motors, Chevron Phillips, Intel Corporation, Hewlett Packard, British Petroleum, General Electric (Wayne Division), and Southwest Airlines.
Registration for the course is now open. Get a 10% discount with the Early Bird Rate. Promo ends on 23 February 2016. Get an additional 10% discount if you attend as a group of 3 or more delegates from the same organisation. HRDF-registered companies in Malaysia may avail of their HRDF Training Grants, while those operating in Singapore can make use of the PIC Scheme. For brochures and enquiries, contact Salvo Global at firstname.lastname@example.org.