course - 18 Dec 2012 09.00
Strategies for Integrated Supply Chain
Jakarta, 18 - 19 Desember 2012
This intensive program is designed to address the key strategic considerations for the application and implementation of integrated procurement and supply chain management practices. The focus will be on developing procurement and supply chain strategies. This will incorporate the use of latest business process models and their relationship with segmentation and demand planning. The integrated relationship with suppliers will be considered in the context of the impact of sourcing decisions, supplier selection, delivery decisions, risk, performance measurement and profitability. At the end of the programme each participant will be able to develop their own organisations integrated strategy using latest tools and techniques.
The programme is designed to offer practical development and implementation approaches for Procurement and SCM strategies.
A Procurement & SCM strategy will establish the organizationˇ¦s future environment and the value of supplier relationships.
Ř Gain new insights into how the application of integrated procurement and supply chain thinking can transform the competitiveness of your supply chains and your business.
Ř Appreciate the approaches that can be applied to integrating procurement, inventory, logistics and warehousing in a supplier context.
Ř Increase your understanding of costs, contractual risks and financial performance.
Ř Review the latest thinking on supply chain planning and execution of the integrated concept
Ř Create your own supplier strategy incorporating world class benchmarking criteria
Ř Appreciation of how competitive advantage can be achieved through an integrated procurement and supply chain management approach.
Ř Understanding of the impact of enhanced supplier performance on the overall profitability of the organisation
Ř Ability to address the management of suppliers and supply chain risks.
Ř Recognition of the value of working to an end to end supply chain.
Ř A focused approach to implementing a cohesive supplier strategy
Who is the programme for?
Procurement, supply chain, logistics, and materials managers and directors who wish to broaden and update their skills and knowledge. Procurement and supply chain personnel seeking supply chain integration or who need to understand the impact of supply chain decisions upon their companyˇ¦s performance.
Is a facilitated process to enable you to:Evaluate the supplier management processAnalyse the supply chain process to their category product/services,Develop meaningful performance indicators for analysing the supply chainDevelop action plans for improving supply chain performance in terms of cost, compressed time, inventory and forecasting.
Indicative Course ContentWorld Class Procurement & SCMDiagnosing Process CapabilityDeveloping A Procurement & SCM StrategyForecasting & PlanningConsiderations for Logistics & DistributionS&OPContractingDeveloping a Negotiation Strategy
SCM as a Competitive ActivityThe Value Chain ModelLead TimesInventory DecisionsCategory ManagementMoving To World ClassDeveloping StrategiesAligning Procurement & SCM with the BusinessInventory Investment & Strategic ImpactBenchmarking
Competency Frameworks/Case Studies
The programme is interactive and will include many different case studies throughout the sessions.Managing Internal ResourcesExploring Price And CostUnderstanding CostsCost Analysis Tools And Should Cost ModelsDevelop Your Own SCM Strategic Roadmap incorporating world class benchmarking criteria.
About The Course Facilitator
Dr. Dermot Carey is an experienced management consultant, trainer and business coach. He is a Doctor of Business Administration and part of his research focused on the implementation of an Integrated Procurement & Supply Chain Systems and Structures in a flagship Healthcare environment in Ireland.
Dermot formed MRM Ltd in 1990 in Ireland dedicated to Change Management, Business Process Re-Engineering with a specialist interest in Procurement & Supply Chain Management. His career spans 40 + years, he has held a number of senior management positions in both the private and public sectors. In twenty years of consultancy he has successfully completed many major assignments in a variety of industries at home and overseas.
Dermot holds a number of strategic and advisory roles in SCLG and is responsible for regional development in Ireland the UK and across Europe and Scandinavia. He is also President of CSCMP Roundtable for Ireland. He is a regular speaker at conferences internationally.
Dermot ˇs experience includes such sectors as Healthcare, Telecommunications, Software Development, FMCG, Pharmaceuticals, Aerospace, Construction Industry Federation, Aircraft Maintenance, Airlines, Defence, Financial Services, Computer Manufacturing, Education, Clothing, Confectionery, Electronics, Engineering, Government Departments, Logistics, Mail Order, Oil & Gas Exploration & Drilling, Print, Railways, Retail, Steel Manufacturing, Software Supplies, and Ship Building. This experience was gained in Ireland, UK, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Malaysia, and the USA.
Dermot is a DBA graduate from The Nottingham Trent University. Earlier research included an MPhil at Strathclyde University and an MSc at the University of Ulster. He is a visiting lecturer on Masters programmes for colleges in Ireland the UK and Europe. He was a founder member of the North/South Public Procurement Initiative. He was also co-author of the paper ˇ§Co-operation to win in Europeˇ¨ which has been endorsed by the Department of Finance in Dublin and formed the basis of the intergovernmental agreement on the way forward in Public Procurement.
He is a specialist in management and organisation change issues and strategies, and has established a reputation for creative solutions in solving business problems. He is particularly adept at ensuring that organisational structures and resource capacity are appropriately aligned.
The physical capacity and resources to provide a true end to end supply chain delivery is essential for optimised results. This work has been undertaken for numerous public and private sector institutions and has included:Reviewing, redesigning and refocusing organisation structures to improve internal information flows and communication and aligning with procurement and supply capabilities.Reviewing and implementing strategic end to end supply chain structures.Reviewing staff capacity and matching it to strategic objectives including defining skills development needs.Design, development, implementation, and monitoring of performance measurement systems to ensure they operate effectively.Design and development of innovative learning methodologies for adults to ensure transfer of learning to staff undertaking new work.Development of business plans and key performance indicators.
An example of some Procurement related assignments are outlined:Dr. Carey is currently researching and managing a hospital trial establishing the effects and benefits of an integrated procurement and supply chain approach for the purchase and supply of pharmaceuticals across a number of hospitals in Ireland.Ministry of Health, UAE and major pharmaceutical companies in the organisation and implementation of a global aligned and integrated Procurement & Supply Chain system and structure.Developed and introduced the change programme for a global procurement and business process alignment in a major telecommunications organisation across USA, EMEA and ASIA-PAC. This involved organisational re-structuring, systems and process development, outsourcing, developing partnering agreements, contract development, and cost reductions.He was appointed by the NHS South West Region to advise and support on a strategic Procurement & Supply Chain initiative supporting healthcare delivery and non-pay spend activities representing circa ˘G26 Billion.Developed the procurement team of Mentor Graphics major design and high tech solutions company and advised and supported the team in the implementation of processes and systems.Project lead for the National Treatment Purchase Fund (NTPF) in the introduction and implementation of a patient wait time process and data capture involving 52 hospitals country wide. This is designed to support the NTPF purchasing strategy and procedures for public patients waiting more than 3 months for a medical procedure.Developed and delivered the strategy for passing on the logistics costs to the supply base for supplies mainly from the far-east. Managed the project team and reduced the lead time from 6 weeks to a JIT response time of 45 minutes for a major computer manufacturer in Scotland.Restructured and implemented new work practices, in a major UK Ship repair company with a focus on improved procurement practices for competitiveness. This initiative saved the company from closure and secured its future success by winning a contract worth ˘G265 million through good procurement practice.Implemented and managed the introduction of a procurement strategy involving the introduction of cross functional processes in a major UK airline company. Managed and trained the project teams responsible for contractual undertakings of ˘G400 million.Researched, designed, developed and implemented an integrated system and structure to support the procurement of goods and services in a large Dublin Hospital. This was a "first" time for a public hospital in Ireland to work to an integrated philosophy. The process model developed by Dermot has been recommended for introduction on a wider national scale.
Dr. Carey has consulted at senior level with major multi-national private sector companies and Government Departments. He has been involved with many Boards of Directors with their planning processes to ensure the implementation and capture of required targets.
Modern Organisation and Management Techniques
Dr. Carey has undertaken training programs in many countries to address strategic and operational issues: managing change, developing new work processes and team leadership and empowerment. Most programs were designed for senior and middle procurement and supply chain management managers.
Why You Should Attend This Programme
With more than 40 years of hands on experience in the procurement and supply chain arena Dr. Carey never ceases to be amazed at the number of different ways the SCM roles have adapted. There is no one way of doing it and that may lead to difficulties when being held responsible against a common background of expectations from the CEO/CFO for efficiency improvements and perhaps cost reductions.
The importance of Measuring & Monitoring Supplier Performance and doing it right may be summarised as follows: Provide continuity of supply of goods and services at lowest cost and minimum contractual risk. From a performance perspective when 1% is saved on purchases it is equal at a minimum of a 10% increase in sales. In a climate of economic slow-down where increased sales are more difficult to achieve, the contribution from Purchasing can achieve this ambitious business objective through its professional approach. This puts procurement as an important contributor to the business. If we consider Inventory Management, a primary focus will be achieving optimum stock turn rates. Not only will this support providing high service levels when properly managed but also frees up valuable working capital which can be used for improved business performance. These two functions with coordinated actions and supplier co-operation and involvement can directly influence how well warehousing operates and in turn logistics. By integrating the efforts this becomes true IPSCM. These functions can provide a vital contribution to the success of a business and yet too often no clear vision or integrated action plan towards achieving the business objective is present. This programme explores and explains how to maximise the contribution and performances of IPSCM.
USD 800,- per participants
include Training Kit, Certificate, Snack & Lunch
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Partial List Of Companies that have benefited from Dermotˇ¦s experience:NokiaPetronasShellBAAer LingusSyriatelNHSICIGSKAstra ZenecaLondon TransportOrascomBayerLogicaPanasonic