Supply Chain Management (SCM) has drawn enough attention from both practitioners and academic research professionals for the past three decades. Today, Supply Chain Executives are under severe pressure to build more efficient/responsive and sustainable supply chain in increasing volatile environment. Managing supply chain has become more challenging now for executives due to complex supply network, globalization, increased compliances and product proliferation with rapid technological development. However, supply chain partners can reap more benefits and protect themselves against the possible risk by collaborations and sharing of information in the network.
This four-day programme is aimed at highlighting important design and implementation issues pertaining to supply chain management in developing economies by drawing suitable parallels from organisations of developed economies.
- To understand supply chain framework and issues involved in supply chain
- To understand and implement planning and analytical tools used in supply chain
- To appreciate benefits of integration, co-ordination and collaborations in supply chain
- To understand the contemporary developments in supply chain like mass customization, green supply chain, sustainable supply chain and implementation issues related to them
- Understanding supply chain framework and challenges/issues involved in supply chain
- Supply chain performance
- Bull whip effect in supply chain
- Demand forecasting
- Managing inventories
- Network Design
- Supply chain contracts
- Best practices in supply chain and implementation issues
Management Development Programmes (MDP) Office
Indian Institute of Management Indore
Prabandh Shikhar, Rau-Pithampur Road
Indore 453556, Madhya Pradesh, INDIA
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Executives involved in Supply Chain and closely related functions.
The methodology would include an appropriate mix of lectures, discussions, case studies, exercises and group activities.
Service Tax, as applicable, will be additional
Prof. Hasmukh Gajjar