Supply Chain Management

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On-Demand Schedule Sun, April 21, 2024 - Sun, April 28, 2024
Duration 75 Mins
Level Basic & Intermediate
Webinar ID IQW22H0812

  • Introduction
  • Power of Supply Chain Management (SCM)
  • Examining the basics of SCM
  • Understanding the Supply Chain (SC)
  • Supply Chain Performance
  • Achieving strategic fit
  • Strategy and Operational Aspects
  • SC alignment with business strategy
  • Inventory Management and Control
  •  Logistics – elements and their respective roles
  • Transportation objectives and considerations
  • Warehousing capabilities, objectives and considerations
  • Trade-offs between transportation and warehousing
  • Supply Management 

Overview of the webinar

This Supply Chain Management program encompasses the complete spectrum of the functions within this community of diverse activities. 

Emphasis is provided in the management practices of the basic principles of the supply chain coupled with the application of continuous improvement tools.

Attending This Supply Chain Management program encompasses the complete spectrum of the functions within this community of diverse activities. 

Emphasis is provided in the management practices of the basic principles of the supply chain coupled with the application of continuous improvement tools.

Attending this also enhances your knowledge of the principles and techniques currently being employed in successful enterprises. 

Who should attend?

CFOs, VP of Operations, Sales & Marketing and Engineering Directors, Senior and Middle Managers, and anyone who needs to obtain a better understanding of how to obtain accountability in their functional measurements as well as company measures.

Why should you attend?

  • What are the major challenges in the Supply Chain (SC) & how to overcome
  • How globalization impacts the SC networks (it’s effects on dispersed supply and demand)
  • Learn what are the trade-offs between transportation and warehousing along with their respective constraints
  • What are and how to successfully employ internal operational planning and control tools

Faculty - Mr.Michael Gozzo

Michael W. Gozzo is President and Founder of THE TOTAL BUSINESS CONSULTING GROUP, LLC., a firm specializing in counseling and education of all levels of management in the areas of Supply Chain, Lean Manufacturing, Demand Flow Technology, Just-In-Time, Total Quality Control, Manufacturing Systems Implementation, Inventory Control, and Production/Operations Management. 

Recent involvement with Silicon Valley leader’s in Supply Chain Management, Lean Manufacturing practices and ISO includes Cisco, Infineon, Sunrise Telecom, PerkinElmer, Philips Semi-conductor, and SanDisk.  Mike Gozzo went to Germany to train operational personnel at Lufthansa Air Cargo.  He has been associated with Lean practices: pull systems, quick change, 5-S, VMI, cell design, and others.

Mike has traveled and worked extensively in Canada, England, Hong Kong, Ireland, Scotland, Germany, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Indonesia, South Africa, Thailand, Bahrain, U.A.E., Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman, and Taiwan.

He has an Executive Program Masters Business Administration Degree from the University of New Haven, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University of Connecticut. 

He is certified as CPIM & CSCP by the Association of Operations Management (APICS)/Association of Supply Chain Management (ASCM).  

Mr. Gozzo is the co-author of "Made In America - The Total Business Concept" and several other books and numerous published articles. He has developed over 50 courses that can be customized for the respective client.

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