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An Intensive 2-Day Online Training Course

Restarting International Supply Chains

DATES

14 - 15 Aug 2022 Live/Online US $ 1150 Enroll now
Introduction

International and national supply chains have been disrupted to an un-precedented extent in 2020. Getting back into previous levels of efficiency and effectiveness will not be quick nor simple.  International Supply chains have many links and nodes that will not all get back to normal at the same speed.  This online training course is designed to help delegates understand the issues, and develop the plans that will allow their organisation to get back to normal as quickly as possible – and maybe to gain an advantage over your competitors.  

Participants will develop the following competencies:  

  • Understanding the supply chain in crisis
  • Identifying opportunities for the future
  • Creation of action plans
  • Development of contingency plans for the future
  • Anticipating the problems and issues as the crisis develops
Program Objectives

This EuroMaTech online training course aims to enable participants to achieve the following objectives:

  • Developing plans to take advantage of the situation
  • Understand the problems their organisation will experience
  • Developing plans to get back to normal
  • Identifying the blockers and bottleneck
  • Creating contingency plans for the next strategic crisis
  • Creating action plans for implementation
Who Should Attend?
  • Professionals and leaders who wish to get ahead of their competitors in restarting their supply chains
  • Management and Leadership levels with a strategic view
  • Supply chain managers needing to plan for the future
Training Methodology

The Restarting International Supply Chains training course will be delivered online using video technology which will allow for group discussions and active participation.

Programme Summary

This EuroMaTech online training course covers the key issues in restarting and redeveloping our supply chains as the economy recovers from the recent global crisis. 

Program Outline
Day 1: Supply Chain Definitions and problems
  • Definition of the Supply Chain
  • Demand shock/supply shock
  • Force Majeure
  • Lean vs Agile/Efficient vs Resilient
  • Timescales and leadtimes
  • Geography and Geopolitics
  • The Inventory Bullwhip
  • Profit seekers and horders  
Day 2: Supply Chain Solutions and Opportunities 
  • Supply Chain Mapping
  • Agents and Distributors
  • Opportunities and Threats
  • Supplier Development
  • Cashflow and pump priming
  • Forecasting and communications
  • Priorities and Risk
  • Contingency planning
  • Action planning
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