Analyzing Supply Chain Planning and Integration Elements



 
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1.00 hour
Online Self Study
SCP601

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About the Course

Supply chain planning begins with the quantification, demand, and creation of plans to achieve and satisfy the demand. To achieve these plans that affect distribution, transportation, production, and procurement, appropriate strategies must be used and backed up by the appropriate level of resources, whether physical, informational, or organizational.

Course Description

This course explains the positioning and importance of the effective, coordinated management of supply chain activities. It also highlights that as management consists of planning and control, success can only be achieved through realistic plans whose performance can be monitored and adjusted as necessary. Because all plans are linked, adjustment of a plan can only have a positive result if the effectiveness of the change is evaluated against the supporting plans.

Learning Objectives

After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Explain the importance of coordinating supply chain activities.
  • Explain the importance of managing customer and supplier relationships.
  • Describe how individual supply chain entities are linked together.
  • Explain the planning steps used in coordinating supply chain activities.
  • Describe the mechanisms used to manage customer order promising.

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