About this course
The course is designed to meet the pressing requirement of the needs of professionals. Those unfamiliar with Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) framework and implementation are ideal to attend. Banking on a solid repository of improvement program, metrics and processes, SCOR is contemporarily regarded as an important performance management tool for companies seeking to elevate their supply chain performance.
This course has been customized to deliver for all types of professionals involved with supply chain. Emphasis is on the improvement of participants’ knowledge and ability to utilize the SCOR framework.
Who Can Enroll:
➤ Candidates with the knowledge of general mathematics.
➤ Professionals heading project management.
➤ Attendees with business skills.
✔ Comprehensive practical training to enforce theoretical principles.
✔ Limited Registrations, effective presentations.
✔ Course could be customized to businesses and LOGO added to presentations.
✔ Course cost cover training sessions, comprehensive notes set.
✔ Professionally planned, prepared and presented.
✔ Guidelines and Support material is provided to all participants.
✔ Internationally recognized certificate of training completion.
✔ Support from subject matter experts. Query Handling Facility.
✔ The origins and goals of the SCOR model.
✔ The structure of the SCOR model
✔ Work with the central parts of the SCOR model:
✔ Develop a SCOR improvement program
✔ Understand the five phases of a typical SCOR improvement program
✔ Apply the SCOR framework to an improvement project
Applying the SCOR framework: overview
Understanding the contents of the SCOR improvement program racetrack
Phase 1—Pre-SCOR Steps
–> Discussing the motives for undertaking a SCOR improvement project
–> Developing the SCOR improvement program organization
Phase 2—S: Set the Scope
–> Creating the supply chain definition matrix and supply chain geographic map
–> Formalizing the improvement program charter
Phase 3—C: Configure the Supply Chain
–> Defining the improvement program SCOR metrics
–> Performing competitive requirements analysis and benchmarking
–> Performing the improvement program gap analysis
Phase 4—O: Optimize Projects
–> Creating the preliminary project portfolio
–> Performing an opportunity analysis of improvement projects
–> Prioritizing improvement projects
Phase 5—R: Ready for Implementation
–> Conducting the improvement project kickoff
–> Creating SCOR level 4 processes
> Testing, piloting, and rolling-out the process changes
–> Selecting the next improvement project or begin the development of the next
–> SCOR improvement program
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