Course Code: GES438
|I.||Introduction to Supply Chain Management|
|A.||The Origins of Supply Chain|
|B.||Supply Chain Management Accounting and Finance|
|C.||Supply Chain Strategy|
|D.||Supply Chain Planning and Execution|
|III.||Creating and Managing Supplier Relationships|
|A.||Supplier Relationship Management|
|B.||Supplier Relationship Development|
|IV.||Ethical and Sustainable Sourcing|
|D.||Social and Environmental Impacts of Sourcing|
|E.||Customer Impacts of Ethical and Sustainable Sourcing|
|A.||Demand Forecasting Concepts and Techniques|
|B.||The Importance of Forecasting|
|B.||Creating and Managing Supplier Relationships|
|C.||Resource Planning Systems|
|C.||Inventory and the Flow of Materials|
|D.||Inventory Tracking Methods|
|VIII.||Process Management – Lean and Six Sigma|
|C.||Quality Management and Quality Control|
|IX.||Domestic U.S. and Global Logistics|
|B.||Internal Supply Chain Management|
|C.||International Import Export Standards|
|D.||Modes of Transportation|
|E.||Corporate Social Responsibility|
|X.||Customer Relationship Management|
|A.||Customer Relationship Management|
|C.||Designing a Successful CRM Program|
|D.||The Supply Chain Role in Customer Satisfaction|
|E.||Predicting Customer Behaviors|
|XI.||Global Location Decisions|
|A.||Global Location Decisions|
|B.||Direct Shipment Strategies|
|C.||Intermediate Storage Point Strategies|
|XII.||Service Response Logistics|
|B.||Supply Chain Services and Management|
|C.||Methods to Improve Service Productivity|
|D.||Service Location and Layout Strategies|
|XIII.||Supply Chain Process Integration|
|D.||New Product Integration|
|B.||Supply Chain Metrics|
|C.||Measure, Analyze and Improve the Supply Chain|
|E.||Balanced Scorecard and SCOR Model|
|XV.||Your Career Roadmap (optional)|
|A.||Your Skills and Talents|
|C.||The Cover Letter|
|D.||Using Email and Social Media|
|F.||Acing the Interview|
|G.||Negotiating Your Salary|
|H.||After You Land the Job|
Wayne Durr is a global supply chain manager with over 30 years of supply chain experience with the US Army, the US Government, Fortune 500 companies, and startups. In his tenure as a supply chain professional, he has held the titles strategic buyer, senior demand forecaster, and ISO 9001 auditor, amongst others. Wayne has a Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) (ABD), an MBA in supply chain and operations, and Six Sigma Master Black Belt.
There are no specific prerequisites for this course.
Exam Eligibility requirements for CSCP:
The instructional materials required for this course are included in enrollment. The following textbooks will be shipped to you approximately 7-10 business days after enrollment:
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Yes. You will be prepared to take the Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) designation. Exam Eligibility requirements for CSCP: 3 years of related business experience or bachelor's degree or the international equivalent*, or CPIM, CLTD or CSCP, CTL, CFPIM, CIRM, SCOR-P, C.P.M., CSM or CPSM designations.
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This course will provide you with the skills you need to obtain an entry-level position in most cases. Potential students should always do research on the job market in their area before registering.
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