Council (SDC) in collaboration with leading FMCG companies is
offering an exclusive two months project based training on supply
chain management. The participants will have a distinctive
opportunity to gain academic knowledge and apply the learned skills
in projects for companies like Unilever, P&G, Nestle, Utility Stores
and retail leaders. All projects will be guided by dedicated
mentors. Upon successful completion the candidates will be
appropriately certified by SDC and the project companies.
To develop an understanding of key drivers of supply chain
performance and their inter-relationships with strategy and other
functions of the company such as marketing, manufacturing and
To impart analytical and problem solving skills necessary to
develop solutions for a variety of supply chain management and
design problems and develop an understanding for use of information
technology in supply chain optimization.
To understand the complexity of inter-firm and intra-firm
coordination in implementing programs such as e-collaboration, quick
response, jointly managed inventories and strategic alliances.
To develop the ability to design logistics systems and
formulate integrated supply chain strategy, so that all components
are not only internally synchronized but also tuned to fit corporate
strategy, competitive realities and market needs.
To understand which information should be exchanged in a
supply chain and how it should be used to benefit the entire supply
To identify improvement opportunities that exist
within supply chains in different industries and to quantify the
improvements that various supply chain strategies offer.
To understand which barriers companies face during the
implementation of new supply chain strategies.
Potential Participants /
Individuals and professionals, who are
working or have desires to work in Supply chains, almost all type of
organizations involved in production or services.
Supply Management Rules
Importance of Value Chain
Supply Management Focus and Scope
Supply Management Tools and Techniques
Supply Development Drivers and Process
Supply Management Continuous
PhDs and Working Professionals in Supply Chain Management.
Last Date of Registration
10 % discount for student and groups.
Duration = 18 Hours