Supply Chain Management

This course has been carefully designed to help you better understand supply chain management. Research has consistently demonstrated that when clear goals are associated with learning, it occurs more easily and rapidly. With that in mind, let’s review our goals for today. At the end of this course, you should be able to:

  • Identify how supply chain management relates to: customer satisfaction, improving performance, lowering costs, product development.
  • Define the terms: procurement, upstream and downstream, raw material, forecasting, carrying cost, inventory, order generation, order taking, order fulfillment, and returns management.
  • Understand the levels of supply chain management and their effects: strategic, tactical, and operational.
  • Comprehend the flows of supply chain management and data warehouses: product flow, information flow, and finances flow.
  • Take a look at inventory management
  • Study supply chain groups
  • Review tracking and monitoring methods
  • Examine supply chain event management

Why Supply Chain Management?

  • Customer Satisfaction
  • Identifying Harassment
  • Lowering Costs
  • Product Development
  • Case Study
  • Supply Change Management

Key Terms (I)

  • Procurement
  • Upstream and Downstream
  • Raw Material
  • Forecasting
  • Carrying Cost
  • Case Study
  • Supply Change Management

Key Terms (II)

  • Inventory
  • Order Generation
  • Order Taking
  • Order Fulfillment
  • Returns Management
  • Case Study
  • Supply Change Management

Three Levels of Supply Chain Management

  • Strategic Level
  • Tactical Level
  • Operational Level
  • Bullwhip Effect
  • Case Study
  • Supply Change Management

Five Stages of Supply Chain Management

  • Plan
  • Source
  • Make
  • Deliver
  • Return
  • Case Study
  • Supply Change Management

The Flows of Supply Chain Management

  • The Product Flow
  • The Information Flow
  • The Finances Flow
  • Data Warehouses
  • Case Study
  • Supply Change Management

Inventory Management

  • Levels of Inventory
  • Just-In-Time Inventory
  • Common Scenarios
  • Inventory Calculator
  • Case Study
  • Supply Change Management

Supply Chain Groups

  • The Suppliers
  • The Producers
  • The Customers
  • The Customer’s Customers
  • Case Study
  • Supply Change Management

Tracking and Monitoring

  • Dashboard
  • RFID’s
  • Alert Generation
  • Stock Keeping Unit (SKU)
  • Case Study
  • Supply Change Management
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