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Strategic Supply Chain Management
Strategic Supply Chain Management
Strategic Supply Chain Management
$59.00

Strategic Supply Chain Management

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the key components of the product supply chain;
  • List various retail strategies employed to optimize profits;
  • Explain inventory management strategies from both the supplier and retailer perspectives; and
  • Define key terminology that relates to the product supply chain.

Course Overview

Participants will understand the key dimensions that need to be balanced in effective supply chain management. Different types of supply chains are reviewed, as well as the different types of supply chain strategies for both retailers and suppliers (including “efficient” and “responsive” supply chains). Participants will learn about the three supply chain flows (information, product and financial), and how they each relate to the supply chain. Forecasts, inventory levels, order placement, product specifications, general conditions of grade, invoices, order tracking, order delivery methods, product return flows, credit terms, accounts receivable and product pricing/invoicing are covered.

Purchase Options

Training Course Package, $125
  • 30-day Access via CMKG's Online Training and Resource Center. Desktop, Laptop and Mobile Device compatible. 
  • Hands-On Workshops
  • Downloadable Notes & Reference Guide
  • Knowledge Checks
  • Course Test
Training Course Videos Only, $59
  • 30-day Access via CMKG's Online Training and Resource Center. 
  • Knowledge Checks

*CMKG's Online Training and Resource Center includes many resources you can use in your day to day: a Resource Library with whitepapers, articles, tips and tricks, e-books and more; a dynamic Industry Glossary with >300 terms, each with a definition, formulas and links to other related descriptions; and 6 Student Webinars per year in topics suggested / chosen by students.