Best Supply Chain Courses

Find the best online Supply Chain Courses for you. The courses are sorted based on popularity and user ratings. We do not allow paid placements in any of our rankings. We also have a separate page listing only the Free Supply Chain Courses.

International Logistics & Transportation in Supply Chain.

05/2021 Updated: Logistics Management, Freight Calculation, Documents in Export Import Logistics, Inventory Transport

Created by Adarsh Amal - Masters in Shipping, Logistics & Supply Chain Management.

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Students: 31990, Price: $19.99

Students: 31990, Price:  Paid

This Course will prove to be a boon to you and help you boost your supply chain and logistics management knowledge. Its a base for Inventory Movement and is ideal for Amazon FBA, Drop Shipping, Outsourcing , Retail business owners, Inventory, Logistics and Supply Chain Manager as it is prepared with focus on practical knowledge which you can use in you day to day work as the instructor himself is a Supply Chain and Logistics Management professional managing Shipping, Freight Forwarding, Surface Transport, Aviation Logistics for many exporters and importers.

5 Key reasons to enroll this course

1) This course has reached 180 countries and professionals in logistics and supply chain management have shown great interest and have request for more course on the said domain,

2) About 29000 students have enrolled in over course in a short span making this course on logistics and supply chain a complete package for all those who desire to become Logistics and Supply Chain Management professionals

3) "Regular update" the course is being updated on regular intervals to keep up with the standards of logistics and supply chain industry

4) We have received appreciation by our students with 50% five star ratings

5) You will be supported by the instructor in case if you have any doubts as soon as possible

Why is Logistics Management and Supply Chain the Future

The logistics and supply chain aspect is vital for any business in terms of supply of quality raw materials, efficient manufacturing process, as well as tracking, transport and storage of the finished goods. Companies implementing well-designed supply chain practices are able to meet consumer needs in a more expeditious and timely manner.

Logistics & Supply chain digitization is the process of using the latest tech solutions together with other physical and digital assets to redesign logistics practices. This way, they can adjust better to the fast-paced, highly competitive, omni-channel business environment.

Why is Logistics Management and Supply Chain Management a good career?

Job opportunities for Supply chain and Logistics Management are projected to grow by a whopping 22 percent between 2012 and 2022. This is significantly faster than the average rate for all other occupations. With this growth comes job security, along with the possibility of increased compensation due to the in demand status of professionals in this field. While the median annual wage for  Supply Chain and Logistics Management  profession is $72,780, top earners can make upwards of $112,000.

By the end of this you will complete understanding of the Business of Logistics Management in Supply Chain , from a day to day operational point of view.

The Modules in this course are

1) Introductory video to the  Supply Chain and Logistics Management

2)Understanding the meaning of Export and Import of Inventory before kick starting the  Supply Chain and Logistics Management  Modules

3)How to organize a shipment and its importance in  Supply Chain and Logistics Management

4)Learning about International commerce terms rule for export, import and logistics of Inventory

5)The Importance and the role of Freight forwarder in Logistics movement and Supply chain of inventory

6)Calculation in Logistics Management

i. What is FCL vs LCL in Logistics Management

ii. Real life example of Cotton vs Iron for Volume Calculation of cargo and Why one should know volume calculation in Logistics Management

iii. Calculation in LCL and Air Logistics Management(Aviation Logistics and Supply Chain)

iv. Case Study to understand Logistics Management and Supply chain better

v. LCL vs Air Freight which is better in Logistics Management solution for Inventory transport

vi. Comparing freight rate on different Logistics carriers for competitive freight rates with real example

vii. Documents involved in Logistics Management and Shipping of Inventory

viii. Managing Risk in Logistics and Supply Chain of good by Cargo (Inventory) insurance and Calculating cargo insurance

ix. Harmonized Code and Custom Duty for Export and Import of cargo and Logistics service providers

x. Bonus Lecture for next step towards Logistics Management and Supply Chain

At the end of this course the students will understand which is the Best Mode of Transport for Exporting and Importation of Inventory for said value and dimension as they will learn about Freight Calculation in Logistics , Volume Calculation of Cargo(Inventory) , How to Save Cost in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, INCOTERMS, The Impact of Incoterms on Invoice value of Cargo, The Role of Freight Forwarder cum Custom Broker in Logistics and Supply Chain, Harmonized system code (H.S Code) for Calculation of Custom Import Duty, Cargo Insurance to avoid loss due to catastrophe and piracy, Whom and why to consult before placing an order, Selection of Transport mode in emergency or high valued cargo and Charge wise study of  Logistics chain.

Supply Chain Management : Inventory Management and Control

2021 Launched : Inventory Optimization Course for better decision making in your Inventory Management and Supply Chain

Created by Adarsh Amal - Masters in Shipping, Logistics & Supply Chain Management.

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Students: 25171, Price: $19.99

Students: 25171, Price:  Paid

Practical Course on Realtime business knowledge for Inventory management in Supply Chain. As Inventory management is the heart of supply chain one needs to manage Inventory because inventory is deciding factor in profit and loss of your organization. As it is wisely said Inventory is money you have invested to make profit. This course will help you sell your Inventory fast and give you ROI for your inventory by keeping inventory at the lowest level.

As the demand for Supply Chain professionals has increased a managers who can bring profit to the organization has also increased knowing your inventory levels is the most important thing in Supply Chain.

This course will give you answers to all your question when you can fall in trouble by your wrong inventory decisions and what are the right moves for your inventory levels and tools to optimize your inventory in supply chain 

Chapters

Introduction to the Syllabus of the Course on Supply Chain : Inventory Management and Control

What is Inventory and Inventory Management

Based on stage Inventory

Based on Purpose Inventory

Why Inventory management is Important in Supply Chain?

Advantages and Disadvantage of High and Low level of Inventory in Inventory Management

Cost of inventory and its importance in Inventory Management

Hidden Cost of  Inventory in Inventory Management

Reasons to hold extra Inventory in Inventory Management

Production Inventory Management

Finished Goods Inventory

Sales ,Operation Plan and Outsourcing Inventory in Inventory Management

Forecasting Inventory level for future sales for better Inventory Management

Tools for Inventory Management and Control

More Chapters will be added every week as over team is trying hard to constant update the course as Supply Chain is changing every passing year keeping our content and our students updated on Supply Chain is our primary focus

Also a thing to once you enroll for this course you will have lifetime access to our course and update

Supply Chain Fundamentals: Understanding the Basics

Learn the Skills to be a Supply Chain Professional. Save Thousands each Month Thinking Like a Supply Chain Expert.

Created by John Mandic - OnLine Coach and Personal Trainer

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Students: 20519, Price: $69.99

Students: 20519, Price:  Paid

This video course is your starting point to learn the field of Manufacturing and Supply Chain. An ingredient for an effective and efficient supply chain is gaining the knowledge and skills to take you and your organization to the next level. With this course you can strengthen your overall performance and optimize your organization's return on investment. 

Whether you are a student wanting to learn a new field, already a Supply Chain professional needing to refresh your skills or any business professional seeking to supplement your body of knowledge, this introductory video training course is exactly what you are looking for. Unlike other courses that teach you the high level textbook theory, I will start with the basics and teach you through examples and exercises, principles which you can apply and start using immediately.

If your goal is  APICS certification, this course covers Basics of Supply Chain Management and can assist your preparation for the exam. 

Achieving excellence in managing a supply chain is essential for businesses to be successful. The challenge with globalization is that time and distance are added to supply chains which translates to more cost, complexity and risk. This as well becomes an opportunity. Successfully navigating the complexities and risks provides a competitive advantage and sets you and your organization well above the rest for continued growth and success.

Your journey towards becoming a Supply Chain Expert starts here.

Enroll now!

Every minute you delay may actually be COSTING you or your business money...

Logistics and Ocean Shipping in Supply Chain Management

Learn export & import by containers, its logistics movement of inventory by Sea in logistics, supply chain & Shipping.

Created by Adarsh Amal - Masters in Shipping, Logistics & Supply Chain Management.

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Students: 20072, Price: $19.99

Students: 20072, Price:  Paid

This course is for the ones who are working in Logistics, Supply Chain, Export and Import part of Supply Chain industry this course will help you gain knowledge about Ocean Logistics Management  and multimodal transport operations in depth covering interesting topics like Container stuffing, Types of Ships for Container Logistics and Shipping, Types of Containers etc the instructor of this course has kept this course very practical no text book definitions and boring theory. As container shipping is the heart of Global trade and Logistics and Supply Chain, Learning about Ocean Logistics will help you gain insights of the container shipping and ocean Logistics industry. As 90% of the world cargo is moved by Ocean Logistics and 60% by container which speaks volume of the role of Liner shipping in Logistics and Supply Chain.

We have tried to keep the course as simple as possible to keep the complex definitions of Logistics and Supply Chain Management simple Logistic and Supply Chain professional around the globe hold respected position in many companies such as Logistics and Supply Chain service provider, Logistics and Supply Chain department in International Export and Import companies due to evolution of modern day trade the Logistics and Supply Chain industry requires more and more skilled Logistics and Supply Chain professionals

The device which you are using may be imported by containers that why Ocean shipping is the base of logistics and Supply Chain for your Inventory Management. So lets get started with with wonderful industry of Ocean shipping in Logistics and Supply Chain and become a asset to the National and Global Economies.

Logistics and Supply Chains – Fundamentals,Design,Operations

Tactics, Tools, and Techniques for Moving Your End-to-End Global Supply Chain into the 21st Century

Created by Operational Excellence Training - Industrial Management Courses

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Students: 15365, Price: $129.99

Students: 15365, Price:  Paid

In today’s competitive marketplace, companies are under constant pressure to perform in a business environment of reduced capital, slowing growth rates, and increased shareholder demands. Now more than ever, it’s important that your organisation learns to maximise the power of its working capital by cutting costs and reducing the expenses associated with its Supply Chain Operations.

Every organisation, whether it manufactures goods or provides services, needs a reliable flow of materials. Global logistics operations play an essential role in the commercial supply chain function, and are responsible for all aspects of material movement. In fact, wise business owners and managers are quickly realising that, rather than being an isolated operation, their supply chain occupies a unique position in linking external suppliers with customers. If you want your organisation to benefit from a more competitive position, it’s crucial that you take steps to develop and implement an effective logistics strategy as part of your supply chain integration.   

Logistics and Supply Chain Management is a particularly fast-moving field whose ultimate goal is to delight and satisfy the customer. The methods and management strategies your business adopts for everything from procurement of goods to control of inventory will have a profound impact on costs, customer service, and your company’s overall profitability.   

No business works in isolation, and recent developments in how companies operate in terms of integrating fresh technologies, exploiting global markets, and serving and communicating with customers are making new demands on planning and controlling the flow of materials. This course has been designed to give business owners and managers a current view of supply chain management, and an introduction to the best methods for responding to modern demands through improvements in areas like capacity, warehouse, and transportation strategies.    

This course will teach you everything you need to know to successfully manage the end-to-end, forward and backward flow of materials and information across your supply chain. Together, we’ll examine the concepts, tactics, and applications of various logistics tools and technologies in order to promote a big-picture understanding that extends well beyond internal operations.   

By the end of this course, you’ll have a valuable and practical skill set that will allow you to create, implement, and oversee the activities of a global supply chain involving suppliers, distributors, and customers world-wide. You’ll know how to consistently adhere to best practices, and you’ll understand the common terminology that’s used in corporate communications. By showing you how to modernise your approach to supply chain management, this course will make it possible to improve your position in the marketplace through the efficient flow of goods and materials from the supplier, to your business, to the customer – and back again.

SAP : Supply Chain Logistics in R/3

Everything you need to know about SAP Supply Chain Logistics and Transportation in one easy place

Created by Abdul Maulud - SAP Solution Architect

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Students: 12029, Price: $109.99

Students: 12029, Price:  Paid

Why this course?

Included as part of "Udemy for Business", this course covers the SAP Supply Chain process and covers the topics of sales, logistics execution, transportation, warehouse and much, much, more. Unlike other SAP course that just covers a single module, this course covers SD, MM, IM, WM, LE and much more.

That is why I am excited about this course. This course covers BOTH the business context how the process should work and how it is to be configured in SAP R/3, across all the different modules in SAP. No other course will integrate all these modules and explain how the SAP Supply Chain works.

This is based on my 25 years of experience as a SAP management consultant transforming businesses using SAP. This is usually the role of SAP SCM Solution Architect and it takes years of industrial experience.

The course is designed so that after taking the course, you will be able to

  • Understand the end to end supply chain solution for logistic and transportation

  • Identify the different requirements and scenarios in different industries

  • Design and configure these solutions in SAP

  • Execute the solution in SAP

The course will cover Supply Chain Logistic Execution and Transportation topics such as :

  • Inbound deliveries, when and how they are to be used.

  • How to create and use Outbound deliveries effectively.

  • Picking strategies and how they are executed in SAP Warehouse Management

  • Packing in the SAP Handling Unit Management

  • What are shipments and how to use SAP shipments

  • Key Performance Indicators (KPI).

  • MM transactions such as Stock Transport Orders & SAP Subcontracting

  • Using EDI and SAP Idocs in the Supply Chain.

  • Learn about the returns and SAP new Advance Returns process (in S/4 HANA)

This cover modules such as Sales and Distribution (SD), Material Management (MM) , Purchasing, Handling Unit Management and Warehouse Management (WM) and Shipping (LE-TRE).

It is not just SAP details that this course will be covering, the business topics such as 

  • The process from the perspective of the business and users.

  • The integration and context of Supply Chain Management .

  • How to run these processes in SAP and why do we execute them in a particular way.

  • SAP "Best Practice".

Future proof your career by expanding your knowledge into SAP Supply Chain, one of the most in demand skills in today's SAP market.

Updated in 2020 :

  • Using SE16H

  • Introduction to Supply Chain EDI added. 

  • SAP S/4 trail video updated as to include Azure service

  • Updated visual and sound for better quality, replaced (most) of the "blackboard" written graphics with cleaner ppt & animations

  • End to End SAP demonstration added.

Updated in 2019 :

  • Shipment cost FTL and LTL introduction added.

  • Various business process for SCM added.

Updated in 2018 : Introduction to Shipment Cost added to the course

Updated in 2017 :

  • Course updated to reflect new business partners concept in S/4 HANA.

  • Course updated with real life business case to test your knowledge and understanding of the course. 

Operations and Supply Chain Management

Master Supply Chain Management in Manufacturing and Service Organizations

Created by Sorin Dumitrascu - Management trainer

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Students: 9306, Price: $99.99

Students: 9306, Price:  Paid

The Operations and Supply Chain Management is part of the larger series of short courses on Operations Management. The first one was Product and Service Management, but this is a modular series, so that you can easily learn various aspect of Operations Management.

The supply chain is a network of operations running across an organization, which are needed to design, make, deliver, and service products or services for customers. Production, inventory, location, transportation, and information are performance drivers that can be managed to produce the capabilities for a given supply chain.

As a part of their overall strategy, organizations also employ many supply chain strategies to survive and compete in a dynamic and competitive marketplace. However, it is also essential from an organization's point of view to use effective performance measures to ensure continuous improvement of the supply chain and also to set directions of its current supply chain strategies.

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • sequence the components of the supply chain,
  • identify the key drivers of supply chain management,
  • identify the characteristics of supply chain management in service organizations,
  • match supply chain strategies of service organizations with their key characteristics,
  • identify criteria for selecting and combining different supply chain strategies, and
  • match supply chain areas with key indicators of their performance.

You will have not much more than 2 hours of video lessons, written documents, quizzes, examples and exercises, and a small course project.

This course provides a basic understanding of supply chain management in manufacturing and service organizations. Key characteristics of common supply chain strategies and criteria for their selection are also presented. This course also introduces key performance metrics for supply chain management.

Anyone working in operations management or another functional area, who is looking to gain a working understanding of the operations functions in a service or manufacturing organization will benefit from this course.

You have 30 days money back guarantee! No questions asked. Now, go ahead, and press that "Take the Course" button! Or, take the free preview and decide later!

Supply Chain for Management Consultants & Business Analysts

A practical guide how to improve supply chain in a firm and analyze potential savings in Excel during consulting project

Created by Asen Gyczew - Expert in performance improvement, turnaround and startups

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Students: 7374, Price: $99.99

Students: 7374, Price:  Paid

What is the aim of this course?

This course will help you drastically improve your knowledge and skills in optimizing any company's supply chain through a series of practical cases. It is designed for people who want to become management consultants, business analysts or have to run and optimize supply chai on daily basis. In the course you will learn 3 things:   

  1. How to understand supply chain activities   

  2. How to optimize the supply chain to get more things done, cheaper at higher quality with fewer resources   

  3. Where to look for savings and improvements, how to calculate potential savings in Excel and implement them   

This course is based on my 15 years of experience as a consultant in top consulting firms and as a Board Member responsible for strategy, performance improvement, and turn-arounds in the biggest firms from Retail, FMCG, SMG, B2B, and services sectors that I worked for. I have carried or supervised over 90 different performance improvement projects in different industries that generated in total 2 billion of additional EBITDA. Based on what you will find in this course, I have trained in person over 100 consultants, business analysts, and managers who now are Partners in PE and VC funds, Investment Directors and Business Analysts in PE and VC, Operational Directors, COO, CRO, CEO, Directors in Consulting Companies, Board Members, etc. On top of that my courses on Udemy were already taken by more than 98 000 students including people working in EY, Walmart, Booz Allen Hamilton, Adidas, Naspers, Alvarez & Marsal, PwC, Dell, Walgreens, Orange, and many others.

I teach through case studies, so you will have a lot of lectures showing examples of analyses, tools that we use. To every lecture, you will find attached (in additional resources) the Excels as well as additional presentations, materials shown in the lectures so as a part of this course you will also get a library of ready-made analyses that can, with certain modification, be applied by you or your team in your work.

   

Why have I decided to create this course?   

Most consultants and business analysts are terrible at organizing operational issues. They treat the operations, especially the supply chain, as a black box and try to avoid it at any cost. Technical things overwhelm them and they shy away from them.  This approach is not the right one as you find elements of the supply chain in every business. To make matters worse supply chain efficiency and performance have a huge impact on the ability of any business to compete and grow. Everywhere you have some supply chain that you can optimize by using techniques that I will show in this course.  Supply chains influence heavily other areas especially sales and marketing as well as production. Therefore, it is a good idea to have at least a general knowledge of the supply chain. The funny thing is that you do not even have to be technical at all to be good at the supply chain. I have not finished any technical school and I am pretty good at finding significant improvements in the supply chain.     

To sum it up, I believe that if you want to build or to find improvements in any business you should master techniques related to optimizing the supply chain. That is why I highly recommend this course not only to consultants or business analyst that have to advise their customer but also to owners, founders of businesses as well as supply chain managers and directors.   

In what way will you benefit from this course?   

The course is a practical, step-by-step guide loaded with tones of analyses, tricks, hints that will significantly improve the speed with which you find and analyze the supply chain. There is little theory – mainly examples, a lot of tips from my own experience, and other notable examples worth mentioning. We intend that thanks to the course you will know:   

  1. How to understand supply chain   

  2. How to optimize it   

  3. Where to look for savings and improvements   

  4. How to calculate the impact of proposed changes in Excel   

  5. How to find the strategic fit when it comes to the supply chain   

You can also ask me any question either through the discussion field or by messaging me directly.   

How the course is organized?   

The course is divided currently into the following sections:   

  • Introduction. We begin with a little intro into the course as well as some general info on production   

  • General information on Supply Chain. In the second section, I will discuss the strategic part of the supply chain, how to find the strategic fit, what aspect you have to pay attention to   

  • Retail - Examples of business analyses of Supply Chain. This section will start a series of sections devoted to a specific type of business where are will show you detailed cases. In this section, I will show you an overview of the Retail Supply Chain, main challenges, and a series of cases that will show you how to get the full potential of the supply chain   

  • FMCG - Examples of business analyses of Supply Chain. In the 4th section, I will show you an overview of the FMCG Supply Chain, main challenges, and series of cases that will show you how to get the full potential of the supply Chain   

  • SMCG - Examples of business analyses of Supply Chain. In the 5th section, I will show you an overview of the SMCG Supply Chain, main challenges, and series of cases that will show you how to get the full potential of the Supply Chain   

  • Commodity - Examples of business analyses of Supply Chain. In this section, I will show you an overview  of the Commodity Supply Chain, main challenges, and series of cases that will show you how to get the full potential of the Supply Chain   

  • Distribution model - general information. Distribution (logistics and warehousing) is the powerhouse of the supply chain moving physically the goods. In this section, I will show you: goals of distribution model, basic laws of distribution, different  types of distribution,  Where you can find savings in, typical problems in Distribution   

  • Sales forecasting and customer service - general information. Sales forecasting gives the input data for the whole supply chain. Even small glitches in this part cause huge problems in the whole supply chain. In this section, I will show you: goals of  sales forecasting, Sales forecasting and customer service value drivers, typical problems in sales forecasting and customer service   

  • Production planning - general information. Production planning is the brain of the supply chain. If you get this wrong the other things won’t matter.  In this section, I will show you: goals of production planning, production planning value drivers, typical problems  in production planning   

  • Purchasing - general information. Purchasing has a big impact not only on cost but also the inventory levels. Wrong quality of products bought will lead to problems both in sales and in production. In this section, I will show you: goals  of purchasing, purchasing value drivers, typical problems in purchasing   

 

You will be able also to download many additional resources   

  1. Excels with analyses shown in the course   

  2. Presentation of slides show in the course   

  3. Links to additional presentations and movies   

  4. Links to books worth reading

  5. Additional Resources 

Supply Chain: Planning of Resources & Detailed Scheduling

Master the essentials of the Manufacturing, Planning and Control Hierarchy and become a recognized Supply Chain Leader

Created by John Mandic - OnLine Coach and Personal Trainer

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Students: 7031, Price: $69.99

Students: 7031, Price:  Paid

If you're looking to take your supply chain skills to the next level, this video course is your starting point.  You will learn beyond the basics of supply chain management, gain in depth knowledge to become a Master of Supply Chain.  Achieivng supply chain excellence is essential for businesses to be successful in today's global economy.  Having knowledgeable supply chain professionsals are key and with this course you can continue your journey to becoming a sought after Supply Chain professional.  

f your goal is  APICS certification, this course covers Master Planning of Resources and Detailed Scheduling and Planning which can assist your preparation for CPIM Part 2.

You will gain an in depth understanding of the Manufacturing, Planning and Control (MPC) Hierarchy.  MPC deals with planning and controlling manufacturing, managing the materials, scheduling the machines, organizing the workers, dealing with your suppliers and coordinating with your customers.  Having an effective MPC system is key for any manufacturing company to be successful.

Supply Chain: Inventory Control & Safety Stock Calculation

Reduce Operational Cost by Optimizing in Inventory Levels

Created by Yasin Bin Abdul Quader - Operation & Planning Consultant

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Students: 6616, Price: $79.99

Students: 6616, Price:  Paid

The course is a vital topic in supply chain planning field for all type of planners. Safety stock & inventory control have huge impact on cash flow & profits of any manufacturing or trading companies..

You will be learning, firstly, how to calculate safety stock and there will be different types of equations in order to suit all industries.

Also we will focus on how to optimize inventories levels with ten different methodologies.

All planners shall be able to implement easily the materials of this course and drive saving from 1,000$ to 100,000$ per month.

Ultimately, market share of your firm will grow with more revenues & profits.

Supply Chain: Demand Planning (Sales Forecasting and S&OP)

S&OP: Generate Unconstrained Demand & Measure Sales Forecast Accuracy

Created by Yasin Bin Abdul Quader - Operation & Planning Consultant

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Students: 4202, Price: $109.99

Students: 4202, Price:  Paid

This is a unique training course in its likelihood of implementation. Firstly, the course will teach you how to make mirror reflection of market demand by applying effective solution of developing sales forecast.

There will be horizontal techniques & vertical approaches which are constraining the forecasts figures to be at equilibrium phase.

Fundamental components to integrate demand with supply will be demonstrated as well in order to have high level of effective sales & operation planning (S&OP). These are; rolling forecast, time fence policy, forecast variances, etc.

Forecasting accuracy methodologies will be explained as well, to drive assurance of having high level accurate sales forecasting figures and to operate at optimum cost of operation.

The course is explaining each concept by an exercise and this is what differentiating this course and making it unique one.

Each exercise is in a plug-and-play format, using Microsoft Excel to present information from a conceptual point of view. From this, it should be easy to compare the information presented to your current ERP system.

Fundamentals of Logistics, Supply Chain & Customer Service

Learn Logistics, Supply Chain and Customer Service. 3 Courses in 1.

Created by Bradley C. - Consultant

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Students: 3224, Price: $24.99

Students: 3224, Price:  Paid

Welcome to this 3 part course where we cover Logistics, Supply Chain and Customer Service.

First, we'll start with Logistics where you'll learn the fundamental concepts of logistics and supply chain management. You'll learn how logistics work and the critical skills needed to be successful in this exciting field.

Logistics is one of the most important function in business today. Any business that ships items can not succeed without logistics. Successful logistics provide a competitive edge against other organizations.

We'll explore topics such as how logistics work, product distribution, transportation management, supply chain, inventory control, and much more.

In part 2 of the course we'll cover Supply Chain, where you'll learn the fundamentals of supply chain. We'll go over what is involved in purchasing inventory and setting up supplier relationships, what you need to consider when deciding how to manufacture and design your product, and, lastly, how to address the logistics of distribution and delivery. We'll also get into the world of the supply chain manager

The bonus 3rd course covers customer service.

You'll learn about fundamental elements of customer service and explains how they can be applied in any organization and how a business can develop its customer service program to the highest level.

You will learn proven techniques for delivering outstanding customer service. We'll  cover how to create a stronger relationship with customers, such as practical ways you can hold on to your valuable customer base and win repeat business.

Blockchain in Supply Chain Management

Learn how blockchain technology is being used to enable and deliver more secure, transparent and efficient supply chains

Created by George Levy - Award winning instructor blockchain, Bitcoin, cryptocurrency

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Students: 3076, Price: $109.99

Students: 3076, Price:  Paid

Updated in October 2020 with new live blockchain in supply chain management examples!

Blockchain in Supply Chain Management

In the majority of companies, over 70% of the costs and 100% of revenues depend on supply decisions and how the supply chain is managed.

Discover why some of the leading minds in business estimate that the application of blockchain in global supply chain management can result in more than $100 billion in efficiencies, while improving the security and traceability of product supply chains.

In this highly interactive and informative video course by bestselling blockchain instructor George Levy...

You will learn:

  • What blockchain technology is and how it works.

  • Why blockchain is a great fit for Supply Chain Management.

  • hands-on with blockchain demo platforms to experience it yourself

  • How companies are currently using blockchain in their supply chains.

  • Key areas where blockchain technology adds the most value in the supply chain.

  • Leading technology players in blockchain you should be aware of.

  • The different kinds of blockchains available and how to determine which one is right for you

…and much, much more!

You will even get to work with a blockchain supply chain demo platform available to students of this course.

With your enrollment, you will get lifetime access to the lessons and a 30 day money back guarantee!

You also will receive upon finishing the course a certificate of completion showing that you've completed this valuable training.

Discover how and why blockchain technology is currently already being used by many leading organizations, including retail giant Walmart, and food and agriculture powerhouse Cargill among many others, to make their supply chains more secure, transparent and efficient.

You will gain valuable insights on how blockchain is being used to combat the more than $1.2 trillion dollars in counterfeited goods worldwide, and how it is helping enable global supply chains to work more closely together as integrated units.

There are no previous requirements to take this course, and you do not have to be a blockchain or a Supply Chain Management professional to take the course. You will also have access to the instructor to answer any questions you may have as you learn the lessons.

You will also review and understand real case studies of blockchain being used in various supply chains, and you will learn a valuable seven step process for successfully implementing a blockchain technology project.

BONUSES!

I have included two valuable, printable Infographic guides:

· Steps Towards a Successful Blockchain Project Implementation

· What Kind of Blockchain Should You Use?

Blockchain is a key technology transforming the future of Supply Chain Management:

Don't be left behind and get a first mover advantage for you and your business by enrolling in this course.

Many global organizations are already incorporating blockchain into their supply chains, and as business continues to become even more global, there is an increasing need for supply chain professionals who understand blockchain technology, and how it can be applied into the supply chains of their organizations.

Enroll now and learn how to use blockchain in Supply Chain Management to start driving greater business results for you and your business today!

Remember, there is a 30-day money-back guarantee so there is nothing to lose and no reason to wait.

I look forward to seeing you inside!

Best,

George Levy, CSBCP, CBP

Supply Chain: How to make planning (MPS, RCCP, MRP, DRP)

Master Production Scheduling,Machine Capacity Planning, Material Requirement Planning, Distribution Requirement Planning

Created by Yasin Bin Abdul Quader - Operation & Planning Consultant

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Students: 2934, Price: $89.99

Students: 2934, Price:  Paid

This course is unique in its approach, and objective to maximize learning and likelihood of implementation. It's loaded with bunch of numeric sessions avoiding pure phrases. A plethora of illustrative examples & exercises are utilized for all topics; to cater to all learning styles and to demonstrate ideas & theories in more pragmatic way.

You will be able to implement all planning strategies easily as all examples are in plug-and-play format, whereby Microsoft Excel was utilized to present information from a conceptual point of view.

In this course , you will learn supply chain concept & its various type of flows. The main planning pillars (MPS, MRP & DRP) will have high focus and brought to you from relevant industries that are research-based, scientifically-tested, and proven to be successful in today's markets.

Eventually, you are expected to excel in all supply chain planning concepts and generate saving to your firm, as well.

Inventory Management A-Z: Supply Chain & Business Operations

Inventory Management Basics: MBA beginners course to your optimize your Purchasing, Logistics, EOQ and Safety Stock

Created by Laurence Gartside MEng Cantab - Management Consultant and Coach

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Students: 2043, Price: $19.99

Students: 2043, Price:  Paid

This MBA style course prepares and empowers you to make a REAL difference. Turbo-charge your career, and your business performance, to the highest levels.

This course is for the new or aspiring operations manager, the ambitious procurement professionals, the striving logistics supervisors, hands-on production planners and the practical business optimization analysts.

  • Take control of your inventory management to have and "impact" and "improve" your business operations - manufacturing, services, industrial operations and production.

  • Equip yourself to take a new leading role in your workplace - improving your processes, systems, business / organization.

  • Understand the fundamentals, then details of the essentials of inventory management, the core business trade-offs, essential analysis, calculations and basic optimisation methods.

  • Become the Inventory Supply Chain authority in your team on improving the operations systems in your business

Specific Techniques and Calculation Methods taught:

  • Little's Law :                                       Calculate your mathematical minimum WIP for your process

  • Economic Order Quantity (EOQ) :     Master this most common formula to minimise your total costs

  • Price Break Model:                             An advanced EOQ method which lets us consider price discounts with order size

  • ABC Analysis:                                     Classify and group your inventory to prioritise attention

  • Performance Metrics:                         Detailed explanation of the top 8 most important and useful inventory KPIs 

  • Safety Stock Levels:                            Calculate and cover your risk with basic and an advanced version using statistics modelling step by step in excel

Business operations come in all shapes and sizes with a host of unique challenges; but good inventory management is essential to them all. Whether you work in retail, manufacturing production, distribution and logistics or even service companies such as restaurants, hospitality or health and beauty; having the right stock available whilst minimising costs and risk is the fundamental balance that can determine your business's success. Getting a strong control and continuously improving your business operations is essential to remain competitive, improving profitability, improving customer experience and customer satisfaction, reducing costs and improving delivery.

Without a solid grasp of inventory, no operations manager, junior or senior, can competently or confidently look to improve their business, the processes, systems and teams that make it successful.

Take control of your career and equip yourself with a solid base in Inventory Management full of practical insights and tools that you can use right now to unlock the potential of your business processes!

Course Sections:

1. Introduction to Inventory Management

2. What is inventory?

3. Why do we need inventory?

4. Costs of inventory

5. Measuring Performance

6. Part Classification

7. Inventory Dynamics

8. Economic Order Quantity

9. EOQ Advanced: Price Break Model

10. Order Timing and Inventory Control

11. Safety Stock Calculations

Course Extras

  • Downloadable Documents with summaries and exercises

  • Summary Test with 70 multiple choice questions to test and lock in your learnings

Take control! Boost your career and your business!  Start learning today!

1. Introduction to Inventory Management

Welcome

Traveler's Dilemma

Motorbiking down Africa

Any Questions

What is Inventory Management

Why is Inventory Management important

Course Topics

2. What is inventory?

What is Inventory

Inventory though your business

Types of Inventory

3. Why do we need inventory?

Why do we "need" inventory?

Why else do we hold inventory?

Other "less good" reasons for inventory

Little's Law16. Little's Law: Example 2

4. Costs of inventory

Costs of Inventory

Financial View of Inventory

Operational Costs of Inventory

Scottish Whiskey

Costs of not enough inventory

Business Conflicts

Rock Boat Analogy

5. Measuring Performance

Measuring Performance - Introduction

What are Metrics

Business Perspective on Inventory Performance

Popular Inventory Metrics

Inventory Turns and Days on Hand

Turns Examples

Control Charts

Inventory Dollar Days and GMROI

Other Metrics

6. Part Classification

Part Classification - Introduction

ABC Analysis35. Runners, Repeaters & Strangers

Independent vs Dependent Demand

BOM & MRP

7. Inventory Dynamics

Basic Inventory Dynamics - Introduction

Inventory Dynamics 1

Inventory Dynamics 2

8. Economic Order Quantity

Order Quantity Decisions - Introduction

Economic Order Quantity

EOQ Examples

Sensitivity and Limitations of EOQ

Batch Sizes and WIP

Economic Batch Quantity (EBQ)

Order Quantity Decisions - Other Methods

9. EOQ Advanced: Price Break Model

Price Break Model & EOQ

Price Break Model - Example

Understanding the curve

Price Break Model - Exercise

10. Order Timing and Inventory Control

Order Timing Decisions - Introduction

When to order?

Continuous Review System

Tracking Inventory Levels

Passive Inventory Control - Pull

Inventory Position

Inventory Position - Exercise

11. Safety Stock Calculations

Safety Stock - Introduction

Why Safety Stock?

Calculating Safety Stock - Simple

Calculating Safety Stock - using Statistics

Normal Distributions and Standard Deviation

Choosing your service level

Calculating Safety Stock - Example

Calculating Safety Stock - Example 2

Safety Stock Summary

Take control! Boost your career and your business!  Start learning today!

All the inventory you could possibly need! :)

See you on the inside!

Laurence

The Business of Logistics in Supply Chain Management

Kick start your Career as a Logistics Manager or a Supply Chain Manager

Created by Jasmine Bayer - Masters of International Business. NET Certified Instructor

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Students: 1465, Price: $29.99

Students: 1465, Price:  Paid

This course gives you a complete understanding of the Business of Logistics Management and Supply Chain Management, from a day to day operational point of view. You will learn the theory behind Logistics and Supply Chain Management and then put the theory into practice as we discuss the decision-making process involved in the transportation of cargo via Air Cargo Management via cargo and courier, commercial and sample cargo movement and Ocean Cargo Management through FCL and LCL shipments. We will also cover topics like VGM, Shipment Schedules, and Containerization

You will learn how to schedule a shipment, Calculate the cost of shipments and gain insights from an Industry Expert in Planning your Logistics Activity. This course is created to help you gain an understanding in the way the world works with regards to moving cargo.

This course will also teach you the Export-Import Procedures and Documentation involved in Logistics Management and the Certifications involved in the process and discuss the steps in filling up of the Commerical Documentation

You will also learn the basics of Warehousing and Inventory Management, explaining the basic principles of EOQ( Economic Order Quantity), ABC Analysis and Safety Stock.

There are interesting case studies to help make the course more relatable and Pop Quiz and Assignments to test your knowledge.

If you are looking for a course that will help you Ace your Supply Chain Management Exams and make you an Amazing Manager then this course is short, precise and to the point and will certainly help you gain almost a decade of  Management experience, presented to you in a nutshell.

SAP : Supply Chain Logistics & Transportation in S/4 HANA

Everything you need to know about SAP S/4 HANA Supply Chain Logistics and Transportation Management in one place

Created by Abdul Maulud - SAP Solution Architect

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Students: 1267, Price: $89.99

Students: 1267, Price:  Paid

From the author of Udemy's bestseller: "SAP : Supply Chain Logistics in R/3", now updated for S/4 HANA, and part of Udemy for Business

SAP S/4 is now here, and with its new modules and functionalities, offers the opportunity to learn new skills. As organization migrate to SAP S/4 HANA, it is a in demand, must-have skill for SAP professional both experienced and new professional.

Similar to my "SAP : Supply Chain Logistics in R/3" on Udemy, this course does not just cover a single module, or only presents you with a couple of slides on a given topic, but covers all aspects of the SAP Supply Chain in S/4 HANA, integrated.

In this course, you will learn about SAP new S/4 HANA solutions such as Sales (SD and aATP), Global Trade (GTS), Warehouse (EWM) and Transport (TM), both in-depth and in detail via solution demonstrations.

I am excited to introduce this new course to you! I am looking forward to working with you to enhance your skills and improve your earning power.

Together we will cover the business context and explain the functionality via system demonstrations and a deep-dive into the system configuration to explain how it all works in S/4 HANA.

No other course will explain all the integrations and how they function in the SAP Supply Chain.

This new course is based on my 25 years of experience as an SAP management consultant transforming businesses using SAP.

After completing this program, you will have learned material customarily within the role of an SAP SCM Solution Architect. It usually takes years of industrial experience to reach a level of competency that you will have attained.

After taking the course, you should be able to

  • Understand the end to end supply chain solution for logistic and transportation

  • Identify the different requirements and scenarios in different industries

  • Design, configure and execute these solutions in SAP S/4 HANA and ECC

  • In-depth guide of the new technical functionalities in SAP S/4 HANA

The course will cover Supply Chain Logistic Execution and Transportation topics such as :

  • ATP and reallocation using SAP Advance ATP (aATP) and Backorder Processing (BOP)

  • SAP Enhance Warehouse Management (EWM).

  • Inbound deliveries, how they are to be executed in SAP EWM

  • How & when (there is more than one place to create deliveries) to create and use Outbound deliveries effectively.

  • Using SAP Global Trade Services (GTS), and its integration point with Sales & Logistics

  • How to use SAP shipments (Basic Shipment) & Transport Management (SAP TM).

  • Key Performance Indicators (KPI).

  • MM transactions such as Stock Transport Orders & SAP Subcontracting

  • Normal and Advance Returns.

The new course includes modules such as Sales and Distribution (SD), Material Management (MM), Purchasing, Enhance Warehouse Management (EWM) and Basic Shipping (LE-TRE), SAP Transport Management (TM) and SAP Global Trade Services (GTS). You will discover how SAP S/4 HANA brings each module into one coherent Supply Chain solution.

It is not just SAP details that this course will be covering, the business topics such as

  • The process from the perspective of the business and users.

  • The integration and context of Supply Chain Management.

  • How to run these processes in SAP and why do we execute them in a particular way.

  • SAP "Best Practice".

Future proof your career by expanding your knowledge into SAP Supply Chain, one of the most in-demand skills in today's SAP market. All you need to do right now is TAKE THIS COURSE!!

RA: Data Science and Supply Chain analytics. A-Z with Python

Learn Python, Supply Chain Data Science ,Linear Programming, Forecasting, Pricing and Inventory Management.

Created by Haytham Omar - Consultant-Supply chain

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Students: 1232, Price: $94.99

Students: 1232, Price:  Paid

“After our Data Science and supply chain analytics with R course being dubbed the highest rated course in supply chain on Udemy, we are pleased to Introduce Data Science and supply chain analytics. A-Z with Python !! “

" 20000 Professionals are using inventorize across R & Python. Know how to use it only in this course"

It's been seven years since I moved from Excel to data science and since then I have never looked back! With eleven years between working in Procurement, lecturing in universities, training over 2000 professionals in supply chain and data science with R and python, and finally opening my own business in consulting for two years now. I am extremely excited to share with you this course and learn with you through this unique rewarding course. My goal is that all of you become experts in data science and supply-chain. I have put all the techniques I have learned and practiced in this one sweet bundle of data science and supply chain.

As a consultancy, we develop algorithms for retailers and supply chains to make aggregate and item controllable forecasting, optimize stocks, plan assortment and Maximize profit margin by optimizing prices. 20000 people are already using our free package for supply chain analysis "Inventorize" and we can't wait to share its capabilities with you so you can start dissecting supply chain problems...for free!

The motivation behind this project is filling the gap of finding a comprehensive course that tackles supply chains using data science. there are courses for data science, forecasting, revenue management, inventory management, and simulation modeling. but here we tackle all of them as a bundle. Lectures, Concepts, codes, exercises, and spreadsheets. and we don't present the code, we do the code with you, step by step.

the abundance of the data from customers, suppliers, products, and transactions have opened the way for making informed business decisions on a bigger and more dynamic scale that can no longer be achieved by spreadsheets. In this course, we learn data science from a supply chain mindset.

Don't worry If you don't know how to code, we learn step by step by applying supply chain analysis!

*NOTE: Full course includes downloadable resources and Python project files, homework and course quizzes, lifetime access, and a 30-day money-back guarantee.

Who this course is for:

· If you are an absolute beginner at coding, then take this course.

· If you work in a supply-chain and want to make data-driven decisions, this course will equip you with what you need.

· If you are an inventory manager and want to optimize inventory for 1000000 products at once, then this course is for you.

· If you work in finance and want to forecast your budget by taking trends, seasonality, and other factors into account then this course is just what you need.

· If you are a seasoned python user, then take this course to get up to speed quickly with python capabilities. You will become a regular python user in no time.

· If you want to take a deep dive (not just talking) in supply chain management, then take this course.

· If you want to apply machine learning techniques for supply -chain, we will walk you through the methods of supervised and unsupervised learning.

· If you are switching from Excel to a data science language. then this course will fast track your goal.

· If you are tired of doing the same analysis again and again on spreadsheets and want to find ways to automate it, this course is for you.

· If you are frustrated about the limitations of data loading and available modules in excel, then Moving to python will make our lives a whole lot easier.

Course Design

the course is designed as experiential learning Modules, the first couple of modules are for supply chain fundamentals followed by Python programming fundamentals, this is to level all of the takers of this course to the same pace. and the third part is supply chain applications using Data science which is using the knowledge of the first two modules to apply. while the course delivery method will be a mix of me explaining the concepts on a whiteboard, Presentations, and Python-coding sessions where you do the coding with me step by step. there will be assessments in most of the sections to strengthen your newly acquired skills. all the practice and assessments are real supply chain use cases.

Supply chain Fundamentals Module includes:

1- Introduction to supply chain.

2- Supply chain Flows.

3- Data produced by supply chains.

Python Programming Fundamentals Module includes:

1- Basics of Python

2- Data cleaning and Manipulation.

3- Statistical analysis.

4- Data Visualization.

5- Advanced Programming.

Supply chain Applications Module include :

1- Product segmentations single and Multi-criteria.

2- Supplier segmentations.

3- Customers segmentations.

4- Forecasting techniques and accuracy testing.

5- Linear Programming and logistics optimizations.

6- Pricing and Markdowns optimization Techniques.

7- Inventory Policy and Safety stock Calculations.

8- Inventory simulations.

9- Machine Learning for supply-chain.

10- Simulations for optimizing Capacity and Resources.

*NOTE: Many of the concepts and analysis I explain first in excel as I find excel the best way to first explain a concept and then we scale up, improve and generalize with Python. By the end of this course, you will have an exciting set of skills and a toolbox you can always rely on when tackling supply chain challenges. The course may take from 12-16 weeks to finish, 4-5 hours of lectures, and practice every week.

Happy Supply Chain mining!

Haytham

Rescale Analytics

Feedback from Clients and Training:

"In Q4 2018, I was fortunate to find an opportunity to learn R in Dubai, after hearing about it from indirect references in UK.

I attended a Supply Chain Forecasting & Demand Planning Masterclass conducted by Haitham Omar and the possibilities seemed endless. So, we requested Haitham to conduct a 5-day workshop in our office to train 8 staff members, which opened us up as a team to deeper data analysis. Today, we have gone a step further and retained Haitham, as a consultant, to take our data analysis to the next level and to help us implement inventory guidelines for our business. The above progression of our actions is a clear indication of the capabilities of Haitham as a specialist in R and in data analytics, demand planning, and inventory management."

Shailesh Mendonca

Commercial lead-in Adventure AHQ- Sharaf Group

“ Haytham mentored me in my Role of Head of Supply Chain efficiency. He is extremely knowledgebase about the supply concepts, latest trends, and benchmarks in the supply chain world. Haytham’s analytics-driven approach was very helpful for me to recommend and implement significant changes to our supply chain at Aster group”

Saify Naqvi

Head of Supply Chain Efficiency

“I participated in the training session called "Supply Chain Forecasting & Management" on December 22nd 2018. This training helped me a lot in my daily work since I am working in Purchase Dpt. Haytham have the pedagogy to explain us very difficult calculations and formula in a simple way. I highly recommend this training.”

Djamel BOUREMIZ

Purchasing Manager at Mineral Circles Bearings

Supply Chain Management A-Z: Operations & Logistics Basics

Supply Chain Management Basics: An MBA style course to boost your career as a business operations & logistics manager

Created by Laurence Gartside MEng Cantab - Management Consultant and Coach

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Students: 1130, Price: $19.99

Students: 1130, Price:  Paid

This MBA style course prepares and empowers you to make a REAL difference. Turbo-charge your career and your business.

This course is for the new or aspiring supply chain & operations manager, the ambitious procurement professionals, the striving logistics supervisors, hands-on production planners and the practical business optimization analysts.

  • Take control of your supply chain to have and "impact" and "improve" your business operations - manufacturing, services, retail, logistics industrial operations and production.

  • Equip yourself to take a new leading role in your workplace - improving your processes, systems, business / organization.

  • Understand the fundamentals, then details of the essentials of supply chain management, the core business trade-offs, essential analysis, calculations and basic optimisation methods.

  • Become the Supply Chain Management authority in your team on improving the operations systems in your business.

Course Sections:

1. Introduction to Supply Chain Management

2. Stakeholders and Relationships

3. Components of a Supply Chain

4. Types of Supply Chain and Value Stream Mapping

5. Forecasting Demand

6. Demand Management

7. Bullwhip Effect

8. Sales and Operations Planning

9. Inventory Management

10. Measuring Performance with Metrics / KPIs

In this course, you will learn:

  • Objectives:                           What are the "Aims and Objectives" of a good Supply Chain. How to balance the "Trade Offs"

  • Type of Supply Chain:          The difference between an "efficient" and a "responsive" supply chain and why you can be both

  • Relationships:                       Segment your Stakeholders and Tailor your Relationships. Are you transactional or collaborative?

  • Forecasting:                         Quantitative and Qualitative Methods of Forecasting Demand.

  • Excel work-throughs:           Worked examples in excel of the most common quantitative forecasting methods and calculating forecast error.

  • Reducing Variation:              Why demand variation is the enemy and how you can control it

  • Bullwhip Effect:                     Control the Bullwhip Effect: What it is, how does it happen (to us all!) and how to control it

  • Improve a Supply Chain:      By reducing Delays, Uncertainties and Decision Tiers

  • S&OP Planning Structure:    MRP, ERP and Software integration

  • Inventory:                             The core reasons we "need" inventory and why it really costs us so much more than most managers think

  • KPIs:                                      5 essential supply chain Metrics to give you a "deep" and "balanced" view of your performance

Business operations come in all shapes and sizes with a host of unique challenges; but good supply chain management is essential to them all. Whether you work in retail, manufacturing production, distribution and logistics or even service companies such as restaurants, retail, hospitality or health and beauty; -  an effective supply chain is a key determent of your business's success. Getting a strong control and continuously improving your business supply chain operations is essential to remain competitive, improving profitability, improving customer satisfaction, reducing costs and improving delivery.

A solid grasp of the "wider" supply chain picture is essential to be considered for a managerial position or seek promotion as higher roles require greater stakeholder relationships, building partnerships and business agreements either with other supply chain functions within your business or external companies.

Take control of your career and equip yourself with a solid base in Supply Chain Management; full of practical insights and tools that you can use right now to unlock the potential of yourself and your business!

FULL COURSE CONTENTS

1. Introduction to Supply Chain Management

A Life Changing Supply Chain

Welcome

The Supply Chain of Life - Blood

Why is Supply Chain Management Important?

What is Supply Chain Management?

Aims and Objectives of a Good Supply Chain

Key Activities in Supply Chain

2. Stakeholders and Relationships

Stakeholders and Relationships - Introduction

The Main Stakeholders

Suppliers, Producers and Distributors

Retailers and End Customers

Stakeholders and their Relationships

Vertical and Horizontal Relationships

Segmentation of Suppliers

Transactional vs Collaborative Relationships

3. Components of a Supply Chain

Components of a Supply Chain - Introduction

OEMs, Supplier Tiers and Internal Functions

Other Components of a Supply Chain

A Typical Supply Chain

4. Types of Supply Chain and Value Stream Mapping

Efficient vs Responsive Supply Chains

Matching Supply Chain Type to Product Type

Value Stream Mapping

VSM - An Example talk-through (VSM - example map)

5. Forecasting Demand

Forecasting Demand - Introduction

Why do we Need a Forecast?

The Golden Rules of Forecasting

Collaborative Forecasting - What

Collaborative Forecasting - Why

Collaborative Forecasting - How

Forecasting Methods

Quantitative Forecasting

Forecasting using Moving Averages

Forecasting using Weighted Averages

Forecasting using Exponential Smoothing

Calculating Forecast Error

Spotting Trends from Noise

6. Demand Management

Waiting for the Barber - Story

Demand Management - Introduction

What is Demand Management?

Causes of Demand Variation

External Demand Management - Methods

Internal Demand Management - Methods

7. Bullwhip Effect

Bullwhip Effect - Introduction

Demand Management through the Supply Chain

The Bullwhip Effect - Background

The Bullwhip going up the Supply Chain

Why Does It Happen?

Reducing Delays to Improve a Supply Chain

Reducing Uncertainty to Improve a Supply Chain

Reducing Decision Tiers to Improve a Supply Chain

8. Sales and Operations Planning

Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) - Introduction

What is S&OP for?

S&OP - Planning Structure

Independent vs Dependent Demand

Bill of Materials (BOM)

Materials Requirements Planning - Overview

MRP continued

Enterprise Resource Planning - ERP

Supply Chain Management Software

9. Inventory Management

Inventory Management - Introduction

What is Inventory?

Types of Inventory

Why do we Need Inventory?

Why Else do we Hold Inventory?

Costs of Inventory

Financial Costs of Inventory

Ordering Costs of Inventory

Holding Costs of Inventory

Operational Costs of Inventory

10. Measuring Performance with Metrics / KPIs

Measuring Performance - Introduction

What are Metrics?

Business's Perspective on Performance

Categories of Supply Chain KPIs / Metrics

Selected Metrics / KPIs for Supply Chain

Inventory Turns / Turnover

Days On Hand / Days Inventory Outstanding

Cash to Cash Cycle Time

Customer Lead Time

On Time In Full % (OTIF)

Fill Rate %

Wrap Up

Congratulations

Introduction to the Digital Supply Chain (11h)

The 1st online course on DSC in the WORLD! An introductory course with triggers that lead to insights!

Created by Alexandre Oliveira - Digital Supply Chain Expert

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Students: 417, Price: $89.99

Students: 417, Price:  Paid

By the end of this course, you will master the principles of:

· Forecasting with machine learning

· Supply Chain Analytics (descriptive, predictive, prescriptive)

· The Cyber Physical Systems

· The Big Data in the Supply Chain

· The omnichannel effect

· Machine learning and deep learning

· Augmented reality and Virtual reality

· 3D printing

· Intelligent Transport Systems & Drones

· RPA - Robotic Process Automation

· Robotic Ecosystems