The knowledge gained from a bachelor’s in logistics prepares students for several different career opportunities within the fields of logistics, business and management. The cross-functional knowledge that is gained and skills that are developed not only make graduates knowledgeable but also versatile workers prepared to work in various industries.
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Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan
Provide participants with tools and concepts that they can use today to improve their current operations
Broaden their perspectives and expand their capabilities to help
* Make the transition from focusing on shop floor and technical issues to thinking more about the business * Initiate lean manufacturing practices to lower costs and do more with less * Quickly and accurately assess a plant, service, or operation * Measure performance by financial and nonfinancial standards * Align manufacturing and operations with other business functions
Who Should Attend The Leadership in Plant Operations program has been designed to serve the development needs of manufacturing and operations managers at the plant management level, as well as those who plan to move up to the plant manager level within the next several years. Participants are typically line or staff managers, with five to ten years of manufacturing or operations-related experience, who are being groomed for higher-level postions within their company's supply chain....
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This practical course in logistics will prepare you for an exciting career in logistics. Improve your prospects of career
advancement by using this program as a foundatio
This practical course in logistics will prepare you for an exciting career in logistics. Improve your prospects of career advancement by using this program as a foundation for further studies in this fast-growing field. This qualification offers a unique, affordable, cost-effective opportunity for learners
Lead a winning logistics team, department or project
Understand the practical and latest techniques in logistics management
Empower others to deliver results in logistics management
Ensure goods proper recording, storage, stocking and supplies as per latest business requirements
Ensure meeting storage and goods supply principles are met.
Manage international logistics of larger scales.
Who Should Attend
This course covers the latest essential practices in forecasting, planning, procurement, transportation, warehousing, and logistics. It covers the Supply Chain Operations
This course covers the latest essential practices in forecasting, planning, procurement, transportation, warehousing, and logistics.
It covers the Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) framework for continuous performance improvement across the supply chain.
Suppliers are key stakeholders to determine quality and outcome. Proper Management of the supply chain can ensure you to work with supportive suppliers. Implementing supply chain management produces the right output, requiring a major commitment of your own management team.
Recognize trends and modern practices in supply chain and logistics management
Practice forecasting and inventory optimization techniques
Appraise item categories and formulate appropriate sourcing strategies
Describe the role and objectives of transportation management in logistics
Use value adding warehousing techniques
Apply the Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) framework for management of supply chain performance
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This course will explain demand planning theories, models and best practices which will help participants in dealing with various future scenarios in order to ensure a co
This course will explain demand planning theories, models and best practices which will help participants in dealing with various future scenarios in order to ensure a continuous flow of inventory at the least possible cost.
This course uses a mix of interactive and hands-on techniques and brief presentations by the consultant and the participants. There will be many individual and group exercises. The exercises are all work-related where participants need to calculate or draw the optimal solutions after understanding the process.
State the objectives of stock management and list their impact on cost and customer service
Prepare proper classification of stock and use best practices for item specification and cataloging
Use scientific forecasting techniques to predict demand and better manage lead times
Differentiate and categorize stock cost elements
Compute the optimum ordering quantity and determine safety stocks and reorder points
Who Should Attend