To implement a real supply chain project you need to use a sound methodology and worldwide models. This requirement is covered with the Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model. The great advantage to use SCOR model is the reference to best practices, common metrics, benchmarks, and so on. The course, with simple and proven steps, introduces the topic for a simple application with practical examples.
Sessions offered in this course include:
- Supply chain: definition and basic concepts
- The SCOR model: history, evolution, basic elements and field of application
- Usefulness of the model, scope, configuration and activities
- How to use SCOR as a benchmark method
- SCOR metrics at level 1 and 2: structure and relationships
- Practical examples of SCOR metrics
- SCOR, LEAN and Six Sigma: ongoing integrations
- The SCOR Release 11: what’s new
- How to organize a project to implement SCOR
- Examples of applications and best practices
- Exercises on a supply chain context
Who should attend
- Supply chain directors and managers
- Demand managers
- Logistics managers
- Production managers
- Procurement managers
- Anybody who wants to develop capabilities in the field
Giuseppe Lovecchio, CFPIM, CSCP, CPF
APICS Master CPIM and CSCP Instructor.
More than 3500 education hours already delivered to managers and executives
Duration and delivery mode
- Two days
- Sessions in english, french or italian
- In-company or in class
The course includes the documentation (slides in pdf format, etc.).
At the end of the course a certificate of attendance will be delivered by an APICS Master CPIM & CSCP Instructor.