Supply Chain, Logistics & Warehouse Training

Supply Chain Metrics (In-house Training)

Your most valuable tool for achieving excellence

Some organizations use “best practices” or “benchmarks” from other organizations in their industry, while other organizations adopt “standard” measurements or “metrics.”  Still other organizations decide to create their own unique tools, which are more appropriate and specific to their business.  In this supply chain metrics training, Supply Chain Metrics, your instructor will give you “hands on” guidance to help you select which one will work best for your organization.

Whichever process you decide to use, you will need to establish a baseline starting point and measure improvement from that point. Supply chain metrics training will introduce you to the many tools available to help you highlight those internal areas of success that can be used for benchmarking.  It will also help you spotlight areas of concern that require your immediate corrective action.  Interactive scorecards and dashboards; business event management; reporting and analysis; data integration; planning; budgeting; forecasting; and supply chain visibility—all will be explored in this supply chain metrics training.

Some Specific Key Benefits of Attending this Seminar

  • Gain knowledge about the concepts and benefits of a “Balanced Scorecard”
  • Find out about the Supply Chain Operations Reference model (SCOR), a cross-industry standard regarding KPIs and metrics
  • Discover the Open Standards Benchmarking Collaborative (OSBC) Database a cross-industry standard regarding supply chain measures
  • Understand how to “Benchmark” your processes
  • Learn why “Key Performance Indicators” (KPIs) and metrics are important and how they can benefit your supply chain
  • Recognize the differences between a Balanced Scorecard and KPIs, and determine which is best for your company
  • Determine how to evaluate which supply chain processes need metrics and/or KPIs as a means of linking their goals to strategic corporate objectives
  • Discover how scorecards are comprised of various quantitative and visual components such as tables and graphs to more symbolic performance indicators such as speedometers, gauges, traffic lights, and color coded flags
  • Get help in deciding which “standard” KPIs to use and where to find them
  • Receive personal advice and the structure to implement an internal supply chain metrics program and a measurement plan that is appropriate for you
  • Establish the criteria for a quick ROI when implementing metrics or KPIs

Who Should Attend

Senior Managers, Directors, and Executives who are responsible for their organization’s sourcing and procurement, inbound and outbound transportation, storage and warehousing, inventory control, logistics, receiving, shipping, customer service, order processing, and domestic and international distribution—currently or in the future.

This supply chain metrics training will also be of benefit to Chief Operating Officers, Chief Financial Officers, and Chief Logistics or Supply Chain Officers.

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