Supply Chain Management

From: 1,500.00

Last day of registration: December 9th, 2022

 

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SKU: IIT Kharagpur | Dates: 12 - 17 December, 2022 Categories: ,

Description

Mode of workshop: Online

This workshop will cover topics like

Day 1 : Mon 12th December, 2022

Module: Supply Chain as a source of competitive advantage
  • Concepts covered : Session 1: Supply Chain as a Strategic and Functional FitSession 2: Bargaining Power in Supply ChainSession 3: Forecasting for Business – Regular Demand
  • Learning Outcomes: 1. Understand the role of supply chain in building competitive advantage
    2.Appraise the importance of business forecasts
  • Recorded video : 2 hr, Live session : 1 hr

Day 2: Tue 13th December, 2022

Module: Forecasting; Tendering Process
  • Concepts covered :Session 4: Forecasting for Business – Intermittent DemandSession 5: Tendering – BasicsSession 6: Tendering –Estimation of Costs
  • Learning Outcomes :1. Able to forecast demand quantity for products with intermittent demand
    2. Able to estimate costs for a tender
  • Recorded video : 2 hr, Live session : 1 hr

Day 3: Wed 14th December, 2022

Module: Supplier Selection; Transportation Warehousing Principles
  • Concepts covered :Session 7: Supplier Selection ISession 8: Supplier Selection IISession 9: Transportation issues in supply chain
  • Learning Outcomes : 1. Understand methods used for objectively selecting suppliers2. Understand the critical issues in transportation of products
  • Recorded video : 2 hr, Live session : 1 hr

Day 4: Thu 15th December, 2022

Module: Warehousing Dynamics
  • Concepts covered :Session 10: Warehousing PrinciplesSession 11: Storage space calculationSession 12: Performance measurement for warehouses
  • Learning outcomes: 1. Able to calculate space requirement for warehouses2. Able to measure performance of a warehouse
  • Recorded video : 2 hr, Live session : 1 hr

Day 5: Fri 16th December, 2022

Module: Packaging & Packing, IT Systems
  • Concepts covered :Session 13: Packaging and PackingSession 14: BarcodeSession 15: IT and Systems in Supply Chain
  • Learning outcomes: 1. Appraise the importance of packaging2.Understand barcodes3. Appreciate the role of IT in supply chain
  • Recorded video : 2 hr, Live session : 1 hr

Day 6: Sat 17th December, 2022

Module: Supply chain risks; global supply chains
  • Concepts covered :Session 16: HR issues in Supply ChainSession 17: Six Sigma for Supply ChainSession 18: Supply chain risksSession 19: E-Business and Supply ChainSession 20: Global supply chains
  • Learning outcomes: 1. Understand supply chain risks2.Understand functioning of e-supply chains3.Understand functioning of a global supply chain
  • Recorded video : 2 hr, Live session : 1 hr

Session dates: 12 – 17 December, 2022

Time:   Monday to Friday – 6 to 9 PM, Saturday 3pm-8pm

Last date of Registration:  December 9th, 2022

Profile of the Instructor(s)

Prof. Anupam Ghosh has more than 14 years of teaching experience in areas of Supply Chain Management and Marketing. He has offered courses at the post-graduate and doctoral level in Supply Chain Analytics, Supply Chain Management, Warehousing and Materials Management, and International Marketing. He was a Visiting Scholar to Bentley University, Waltham, MA, USA during 2004-05. He has worked on research projects on Information visibility in supply chain, fare fixation for public transportation system etc. Prof Ghosh has run NPTEL Courses on ‘Modeling and Analytics for Supply Chain Management’ and ‘Decision Support Systems for Managers’

Eligibility & Fees

Intended audience

  • Corporates – for whom CSR, Sustainability and Reverse Logistics are issues that need to be addressed
  • Academics – newer knowledge in this upcoming domain of knowledge

 

Fees  for the workshop:

Students – Rs. 1770 (Rs.1500 + 18% GST)

Industry – Rs 5900 (Rs. 5000 + 18% GST)

 

 

Certification

After attending all the sessions and completing the assignments, we will provide you with a workshop completion certificate from NPTEL.

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